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All roads lead to Builders Warehouse Rustenburg

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Rustenburg patrons were seen flocking to the brand new premises of Builders Warehouse Waterfall Mall in their dozens since early morning on Thursday, 25 October when the doors of the new “mega store” were swung open to the public for the very first time. Rustenburg patrons can benefit from great opening specials and promotions at the new Rustenburg store from Thursday, 25 October until Sunday, 28 October exclusively. This week’s edition of Rustenburg Herald features a special insert on literally thousands of items that shouldn’t be missed - don’t miss you copy. Remember folks - Builders Warehouse Rustenburg only!

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Shot for no apparent reason?

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Shortly after the Rustenburg Herald left the scene in Ikemeleng Township near Kroondal where disgruntled residents blocked the road with burning tires demanding the ward councillor to step down from her post, a fight ensued and police started firing rubber bullets to disperse the crowd. The same day the Rustenburg Herald was approached by Amanda Makgase, a resident in the township who alleges that the police fired rubber bullets at her even though she was not part of the protest. She alleges that the police got into her house and started firing without any reason. The Rustenburg Herald spoke to the police who said they were thrown with rocks from all directions while waiting to talk to march organizers, which is why they retaliated with rubber bullets.
To read the full story, read our 26 October 2018 issue.

‘Step down Councillor!’

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RUSTENBURG HERALD- RUSTENBURG- The residents of Ikemeleng Township just outside of Kroondal took to the streets on Tuesday morning (23 October) to express their dissatisfaction with the ward 35 councilor, Virginia Mnqanqeni, who they allege is not assisting the community to get service delivery.
To read the full story, read our 26 October 2018 issue.

State of the art vehicle depot for RLM

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Rustenburg Herald - Rustenburg - Vehicles of the Rustenburg Local Municipality will very soon be moving to their new, state of the art depot in Lucas Street. The depot will be run by an outside firm for the first 36 months to assist personnel of the municipality to get familiar with the very advanced management system.
To read the full story, read our 19 October 2018 issue.