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Province concerned by low dam levels

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - During the past weeks, some dam levels in the North West Province have remained constant while others continue to decrease. The fact that South Africa has high probability of a natural drought; continuous monitoring of our water resource is necessary as it enables maximum preparedness and adaptive measures of a possible drought condition.
To read the full story, read our 07 May 2021 issue.

Lloyd ‘Harris-ing’ the top seeds

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - South Africa's rising star, Lloyd Harris did it again. This time it was Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov who fell in the first round of the Madrid Open on Monday against the long haired giant slayer from Mzanzi.
To read the full story, read our 07 May 2021 issue.

Besware teen munisipale waardasies uitgestel

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Eienaars van residensiële-, landbou- of sakepersele in die jurisdieksiegebied van die Rustenburgse Munisipaliteit vir wie dit op Vrydag, 30 April, prakties gesproke neusie verby was om teen hul nuwe munisipale eiendomswaardasies beswaar aan te teken, kan vir nog 'n maand-en-'n-half asem haal nadat die munisipaliteit aangekondig het dat die spertyd vir besware teen die nuwe waardasies met nog 'n maand-en-'n-half uitgestel word.
To read the full story, read our 07 May 2021 issue.

His Vision Community Outreach

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - From 28 April until 2 May 2021, His Vision Church had the privilege to distribute food parcels alongside the Mahlasedi Covid Relief Foundation to more than 6 000 households in needy communities.
To read the full story, read our 07 May 2021 issue.

Protest action on the N4 Buffelspoort and Marikana off-ramp

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG – Motorists using the N4 towards the Buffelspoort and Marikana off-ramp are hereby warned to be extra vigilant when using this road as it has been reported that there is a protest action. According to information the protestors have blocked the road using truck and trailer, it is alleged that the protestors are throwing stones at vehicles. Motorists are encouraged to use alternative routes or be extra vigilant. It has not yet been confirmed what the protest is about.

Besorgde inwoners wil steeds hef in hand hê

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Die aksiegroep Kgetlengrivier Besorgde Inwoners (KBI) opponeer ’n dringende hofaansoek van die Kegtlengrivier Plaaslike Munisipaliteit om die bestuur van die water- en rioolwerke in Koster en Swartruggens terug te neem. Dié aansoek is verlede week in die Noordwes Hooggeregshof in Mahikeng ingestel en die aanhoor daarvan is gister (21 April 2021) na 11 Mei 2021 uitgestel.
To read the full story, read our 30 April 2021 issue.

Service delivery inspections in Safarituine

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Rustenburg Executive Mayor, Cllr Mpho Khunou braved the early morning chill synonymous Rustenburg's weather on Monday (26 April) to meet with Councillors Chris Miny and Gert Du Plessis from Ward 14 and 15 to be part of the weekly program of unannounced visits to various parts of the city to see the effectiveness of service delivery as well as understanding where there are challenges.
To read the full story, read our 30 April 2021 issue.