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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Legal Aid South Africa’s North West/Free State Provincial Office awarded their best performing employees at the 19th Annual Achiever Awards on 16 November.
Legal Practitioner Tshepiso Mokoroane from the Legal Aid SA Phuthaditjhaba Local Office scooped the award for Lawyer of the Year: District Court. Siviwe Rwaxa from the Legal Aid SA Bloemfontein Local Office walked away with the Lawyer of the Year: Regional Court award. 

Read more …Legal Aid rewards best performers

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) has expressed their deep sadness after 11 employees lost their lives at Impala Rustenburg's 11 Shaft.
 A further 75 employees were injured, of which 14 are considered critical, in the accident and were transferred and admitted for treatment to four hospitals in the region. The mine rescue operation is completed and all 86 employees are accounted for.

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The Rustenburg Regional Court handed down sentences in two separate cases of child sexual abuse last week.
In one case, a father was sentenced to 75 years imprisonment, while in the other case, a stepfather was handed a 30 year jail sentence. In the first case reported in March of 2010, a social worker alerted the police about the wellbeing of three children, who were in the care of their parents. The latter initially stayed in Pretoria, but relocated to Zeerust. 

Read more …Fathers sentenced for child rape

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The Rustenburg Local Municipality (RLM) is asking the community to help them curb the surge of vandalism, the theft of critical electrical infrastructure and illegal connections in Rustenburg and surrounding areas.
Some of the acts causing the most disruption currently are:
•    Theft of transformers

Read more …RLM declares war on vandals

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