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  • Traffic cop shoots fleeing suspect

    Lentswe, Orkney - Police in Orkney are investigating a shooting in the industrial area where a truck driver was shot by a traffic officer. Details as to what happened at the scene of the crime on Sunday afternoon February 25 are still sketchy.  

     
  • Over R76m paid to ex-mineworkers

    Lentswe, Orkney - The Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo has praised the North West Province for registering massive progress in the provincial department’s endeavour to trace and track ex-mineworkers who left work without claiming their benefits. Accompanied by the North West Health MEC Madoda Sambatha at Westvaal Hospital in Orkney, the Deputy Minister found out that a total of 20 798 ex-mine workers were successfully traced, with 2 669 claims processed and paid a combined figure of R76.9 million. 

     
  • Young farmers make a difference

    Lentswe, Jouberton - A group of young farmers are making a difference in Jouberton community by assisting agricultural projects to grow. Erf 340 Holdings Animal Production assists farmers when it comes to dosing sheep, goats and dipping. They have realized the importance of agriculture in Jouberton and how the prices of produce have increased due to people not taking agriculture seriously. They lend a helping hand for free.