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Matlwang residents threaten to boycott election over govt agricultural projects

KLERKSDORP-North West MEC for Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development, Desbo Mohono says the establishment of cost-effective food security projects wi ...View Article

38 dead as Mozambique hit by two cyclones in a month

RUSTENBURG- In March, Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique leaving behind a trail of destruction with scores being displaced and hundreds lost their lives. 

Las ...View Article

Mandela royal house asks DA not to use Madiba's name in election campaign

RUSTENBURG-The Mandela royal house has called on the Democratic Alliance (DA) not to use Former President Nelson Mandela’s name on their election campaign. ...View Article

Legoete: It might be difficult for the ANC to take Malema back

KLERKSDORP- African National Congress (ANC) Secretary-General, Ace Magashule called on Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) leaders Julius Malema to return to his p ...View Article

Police investigate after Magogoe man (29) found dead

RUSTENBURG-North West police combed the scene of an apparent suicide after a man was found hanging in his room at Mogogoe home on Sunday.    

The circ ...View Article

Electoral court orders IEC to gazette BLF registration

RUSTENBURG- The Electoral Court has set aside the decision by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to dismiss the Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) appeal to ...View Article

Former Mangaung municipal manager Nakedi expected to begin serving corruption sentence

RUSTENBURG-Former Manager in Mangaung Local Municipality Lehlohonolo Nakedi is expected to hand himself to a correctional facility in Bloemfontein on Monday, ...View Article

Looming fuel price hike hits small business, household budgets

MAHIKENG-On Mondays, motorists in Mahikeng says the petrol price hike has a negative impact on small businesses and is putting pressure on the household budge ...View Article

Woman nabbed for allegedly trying to smuggle explosive through Beitbridge border

RUSTENBURG-Musina Police have arrested a 38-years-old suspect on Sunday for attempting to smuggle explosive into South Africa at Beitbridge port of entry. &nb ...View Article

Nelson Mandela Foundation heads to court over the display of old SA flag

RUSTENBURG-The Nelson Mandela Foundation heads to the Equality Court on Monday to declare that gratuitous displays of the old apartheid flag constitute hate s ...View Article

Rustenburg man accused of killing girlfriend appears in Bafokeng court

RUSTENBURG- A man accused of killing his lover in March of this year, Thabo Moabi is expected to make an application for bail at Bafokeng Magistrate Court in ...View Article

South Africans brace for another fuel price hike in May

RUSTENBURG- The Energy Department confirmed that petrol will increase by 54-cents a litre while Diesel 0.1 cent and illuminating paraffin will increase by 3-c ...View Article

IEC confirms readiness for diaspora vote

RUSTENBURG- South Africans living abroad are expected to cast their vote on Saturday, 27 April which also marks the day of the first democratic elections. &nb ...View Article

Mathunjwa accuses labour registrar of inconsistency

RUSTENBURG- The president of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu), Joseph Mathunjwa, briefed the media on Friday following the publica ...View Article

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