Two injured after mine blast25/7/2014 15:10
Two Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlats) employees were injured in an explosion at its Styldrift excavation project in North West.
NSPCA lays charges against Modise25/7/2014 11:38
Criminal charges against National Council Of Provinces chairwoman Thandi Modise are to be laid following allegations of neglect of animals on her North West farm
Protector, premier meet25/7/2014 12:49
“Your winning is our winning” was the message from public protector Thuli Madonsela yesterday when she met with the North West premier Supra Mahumapelo, in the Madibeng local municipality .
Union calls for protection of miners24/7/2014 19:49
The National Council of Trade Unions (Nactu) on Thursday called for miners implicated in the Marikana killings during the platinum sector strike in 2012 to be protected by police.
Miner shot dead in North West24/7/2014 10:39
A miner from Samancor Chrome mine has been shot dead outside a bottle store in Kroondal, near Rustenburg.
Aquarius wage deal is brokered23/7/2014 12:24
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has again negotiated a sweet deal for its members without embarking on a strike action.
Three killed in North West crash20/7/2014 14:45
Three people were killed and six others injured on Sunday when a bakkie overturned in Klerksdorp, in the North West, paramedics said.
‘Historic’ wage deal hailed18/7/2014 12:02
The Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) and National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) have announced an historic wage deal that will see lowest-paid employees taking home more than R12000 a month effective from July 1.
Rustenburg man in court for child porn: report17/7/2014 8:40
A Rustenburg man who targeted the young daughters of divorced mothers on social media to get nude photographs from them, has pleaded guilty to being in possession of child pornography
Marikana massacre doccie’s alternative view16/7/2014 23:54
What started off as a film about platinum mining, its centrality to the South African economy and its ability to generate huge amounts of wealth, against the backof crushing poverty experienced by mining communities, took a new direction on August 16 when a tragic clash between police and striking