Klerksdorp Court in shambles

Klerksdorp Court in shambles: DA lodges formal complaint and requests immediate intervention by Joe McGluwa – DA North West Premier Candidate Date: 19 February 2019 Release: Immediate The Democratic Alliance (DA) in North West conducted an oversight inspection... read more

4 Men have been sentenced to imprisonment

  Klerksdorp – 4 men have been sentenced to imprisonment on 4 various cases of theft of motor vehicles by The Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit. The vehicles were stolen at Jouberton, Klerksdorp, and Potchefstroom between 2015 and 2018. Richard Mabika, 35... read more

38-year-old man was brutally attacked.

Klerksdorp – The police have registered a case of murder after a 38-year-old man was brutally attacked on the 09th February 2019 between 21:00 and 22:00. It is alleged the victim was sitting inside his White VW Polo Hatchback when he was attacked by an unknown... read more

Accident on Margaretha Prisloo

An accident happened on the 11th Feb 2019 at 15:00 at Cnr Kock and Margaretha Prinsloo, 2 vehicles White Isuzu and White Toyota Corolla were standing at the robots both facing Checkers Hyper direction. It is alleged when the robot turned green, the Corolla turned to... read more

Propshaft Centre turns 40

In 1978 Jan du Plessis and his wife Muriel decided that they would start a reliable propshaft center in Klerksdorp. The following year, Jan and Muriel opened Propshaft Center’s (PSC) doors. In 1988 their son, Johan, joined the family business. In September 2013... read more

Klerksdorp: Two men presumed dead.

While cleaning in Radium Street, Uraniaville, a man collapsed and fell into a manhole. A colleague, who realized that his co-worker was in trouble, tried to assist, but unfortunately also collapsed on his way down. Klerksdorp ER and Klerksdorp fire and rescue are on... read more

Klerksdorp Crime Stats – 2018

CrimeStats SA recently released their annual crime statistics for 2018. Although CrimeStats SA made every effort to ensure accurate reporting of the crime statistics of could be possible that certain data may contain limited errors and it is also possible some data... read more

A 15-year-old arrested for murder allegations.

A young man has been arrested in connection with the murder that took place at Khuma on the 26th Jan 2019 at 20:30.On this day, the victim, accompanied by his friend, went to the shops. On their way the crossed paths with a group of people. The victim greeted one of... read more

8 year old La hoff student needs YOUR help

Liane Jacobs, an 8-year-old pupil of LA Hoff Primary school needs your help Liane was born with VACTERL ASSOCIATION, a set of birth defects that often occurs together and classified as a “non-random association”. Babies with VACTERL association typically have at least... read more

Police urges Community to report cases Immediately

The police are concerned about people who open criminal cases long after a crime has been committed. They appeal to our communities to report cases immediately after a crime has been committed as there are procedures that must be followed and all relevant role-players... read more

Three men in custody over stolen live stock

A trio that was nabbed in the early hours on Friday, 11 January 2019, was remanded in custody for seven days upon appearance before the Ventersdorp Magistrates’ Court on Monday, 14 January 2019. The accused; Nthabiseng Modisane, 24, Gopolang Modisane, 28 and Sello... read more

Klerksdorp soccer legend passed away

One of Klerksdorp’s more famous sons, Phil Masinga, has died. The former Bafana Bafana football star, who played football for clubs like Mamelodi Sundowns, English premier league club Leeds United, and several other clubs in Italy, Switzerland and the UAE,... read more

Back to School

The new 2019 school year kicked off today with a flurry of excitement from both the children and parents. Old friends were reunited and plans made for the year ahead while new friendships blossomed between the new comers.The hustle and bustle of cars and taxis... read more

SAFA acting CEO congratulates Ellis & Kgatlana

South African Football Association (SAFA) acting CEO, Mr. Russell Paul heaped praise on Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis, and striker, Thembi Kgatlana for their achievements at the CAF Awards held in Dakar on Tuesday evening.Ellis walked away with the woman... read more

Milner High School got Busted

What a nice way to start the school year.  Marisca Coetzer and her team from Panarottis Matlosana Mall busted Milner High School’s staff with pizzas and vouchers. Feel free to visit them in the mall,  who knows,  maybe your school will be busted... read more

Sinkhole causes a stir

a Small sinkhole appeared in OR Tambo street on Sunday afternoon, 30 December 2018. According to an employee of the local Municipality they were made aware of this incident by a passerby. He also said they think the sinkhole was caused by a broken pipe about 1.5m... read more

NW youth training school gets a make over

Work to renovate the Orkney hotel school, which will be used to train and develop the youth, has begun said the North West Department of Tourism.The envisaged hotel school which was donated by Anglo Gold Ashanti will be used to develop and train young people on hotel... read more

Break the silence on abuse

Public Service and Administration Minister Ayando Dlodlo on Monday called on communities to fully support women and children who speak out against their abusers. “We must listen to victims of violence and let them know that it is not their fault,” the Minister said.... read more

Minimum wage pay date out

President Ramaphosa has announced that the national minimum wage will be implemented on the first day of January 2019. Parliament has welcomed the announcement of the implementation date of the National Minimum Wage saying it is a step in the right direction to... read more

National Assembly on captive lion breeding

Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs has welcomed the National Assembly’s adoption of the report on captive lion breeding for hunting and the lion bone trade. The adoption follows the committee’s two-day colloquium on captive breeding of lions for... read more

Have your say on Financial Institutions Bill

National Treasury has invited the public to provide comments on the draft Conduct of Financial Institutions (COFI) Bill 2018, which was published today, together with an explanatory policy paper that sets out the policy rationale for the bill.The COFI Bill is the next... read more

DPSA to launch e-Recruitment system

Public Service and Administration Minister Ayanda Dlodlo will on Wednesday officially launch the e-Recruitment system after announcing the rollout of the project last month.The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) said the e-Recruitment system is... read more

Plight of women and children elevated

Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana says the plight of women and children can no longer be an afterthought if South Africa is to solidify the gains of democracy.Kekana on Monday hosted a gender-based violence (GBV) dialogue in Parys, Free State, in partnership... read more


On 10 December 2018, eight accused between the ages of 22 and 44 appeared in the Stilfontein Magistrates’ Court for possession of gold concentrate. They will remain in custody until their next court appearance on Thursday, 10 January 2019. The accused’s court... read more


Police in Mmabatho is investigating a case of inquest following an incident in which an unidentified woman estimated to be in her twenties fell from Mahikeng Stadium stand at approximately 01:00 on Saturday, 8 December 2018. The incident occurred during the Mahika... read more

Unite during Reconciliation Month

South Africans have been urged to use this year’s Reconciliation Month to reach out to one another as the country continues to build a united and prosperous nation. This years’ Reconciliation Day commemoration, themed ‘The Year of Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu,... read more

Environmental practitioners go online

The launch of Online Registration for Environmental Assessment Practitioners (EAPs) is a historic moment that marks the formalization of a vigorous and growing environmental profession.This is according to Chairperson and Board of the Environmental Assessment... read more

Hawks making inroads on high profile cases

Lebeya briefed Members of Parliament on 22 selected cases out of a case workload of 15 804 cases that were being investigated by less than 2 600 Hawks members.On investigations into State capture, he said 800 statements have been obtained in an R2.4 billion fraud,... read more

Early Christmas present for motorists

Motorists will this week get an early Christmas present with the price of all grades of petrol set to come down by R1.84 a litre this week.The Department of Energy announced that both grades of petrol 93 (ULP and LRP) and 95 (ULP and LRP) will decrease by R1.84.The... read more

Facebook and WhatsApp could land you in jail

Three types of Facebook and WhatsApp messages could land you up to Three years in jail, this after the National Assembly passed the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill.The three types of Facebook and WhatsApp messages that could land you in trouble with the law as... read more
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