Oor 'n koppie koffie

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Oor ‘n koppie koffie kan jy die land se probleme oplos. Kan jy geheime deel. Kan jy stil word. Kan jy vriende word.Dit is hoe Bruder Coffee Roastery tot stand gekom het. Pieter en Maryke Schoonwinkel is passievol oor koffie. Goeie koffie. 

To read the full story, read page 6 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

A workspace where you can work, meet, network

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - You are working from home, but sometimes it is a struggle... either due to lack of space or just because it is... you know... home. An exciting new concept awaits professionals in Klerksdorp. On 18 October, Co-Worxs, a collaborative workspace, launches in the city.

To read the full story, read page 6 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

Drome kan waar word

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Die hoofmeisie van Klerksdorp Secondary in Alabama het die Matriekafskeid Droomkompetisie gewen wat deur ‘n plaaslike mode-ontwerper aangebied is. Die kompetisie het in Julie gesluit en Donasha Swartz was oorstelp toe sy die boodskap kry dat sy gewen het. 

To read the full story, read page 13 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

Sidewalk library doing well

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - Outside a Meiringspark shop in Wilco Street you will find two trolleys filled with books. “These books belong to anyone. For their reading pleasure,’’ says Debbie Visser who runs a public street library in front of Dynamic Cleaning Products. She saw Australian Street Library boxes on a friend’s social media posts and fell in love with the idea. But could it work in South Africa? She was sceptical but thought to give it a try.

To read the full story, read page 9 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

Everywhere you look

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Art lovers can view portraiture by local artists and photographers on exhibition at The B Gallery. The gallery opened its La Facia exhibition on Wednesday 2 October.

To read the full story, read page 9 of our 11 October 2019 issue.

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