Safety Awareness campaign1/10/2014 1:58
In an endeavour to halve mining accidents due to non-compliance of safety regulations in the industry, the Platinum Group Metals’ Maseve Mine held a successful safety awareness campaign in Rustenburg yesterday.
Miners relive Marikana shooting30/9/2014 17:44
Lonmin miners who survived the August 16, 2012 shootings at Marikana said they were haunted by memories of the confrontation with police.
Man arrested for murder28/9/2014 18:47
A 24-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly murdering a 40-year-old man in Mmabatho, North West police said on Sunday.
Khuma: A township in ruins26/9/2014 10:17
Following a recent 5.5 magnitude earthquake that left a trail of destruction in the township of Khuma near Orkney, North West, a frail 81-year-old man finds himself living alone in a house declared unsafe for occupation.
‘NDP must leave its legacy’25/9/2014 2:46
The National Development Programme must not be seen in isolation of the caring society built on respect and sharing of a deep love for South Africa and unyielding patriotism, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said at Heritage Day celebrations in Klerksdorp yesterday.
NWU Council chair resigns24/9/2014 14:55
North West University council chairman Peet van der Walk has resigned, the institution said on Wednesday.
Govt has abandoned us: Khuma residents23/9/2014 19:56
Residents of the township of Khuma near Orkney say they feel abandoned by government as they try to pick up the pieces of their damaged houses and rebuild more than a month after an earthquake hit the area.
Rustenburg escapee in court21/9/2014 11:30
One of 16 illegal immigrants who escaped from the Rustenburg police station, and his wife are expected to appear in the Rustenburg Magistrate's Court
Unlocking tourism potential18/9/2014 23:31
The need to unlock tourism potential in the province formed the core of deliberations shared during a public lecture held at the North West University Mahikeng Campus this week.
Province picks best teachers18/9/2014 23:30
The Ngaka Modiri Molema education district chose its ten finalists who will carry its aspirations at the provincial National Teacher Awards (NTAs) next month.