Man held for wife's murder25/11/2014 17:17
A Rustenburg man was arrested for allegedly stabbing his wife to death, North West police said on Tuesday.
Chaka Chaka donates to hospice17/11/2014 1:15
Music legend Yvonne Chaka Chaka, through her foundation Princess of Africa Foundation, donated R50000 to the Tapologo Hospice in Rustenburg at the weekend. At the handing over of the cheque Chaka Chaka said everyone was born to do great things in the world.
Marikana last sitting today14/11/2014 1:38
Today is the last sitting of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry after more than two years of hearing evidence into why 44 people were killed and who should be investigated for the deaths that occurred within seven days of the Lonmin wage strike in 2012.
Police commissioner welcomes sentences12/11/2014 10:11
The North West police commissioner on Wednesday welcomed the sentences handed to three police officers for theft and defeating the ends of justice.
North West cop appears for corruption11/11/2014 15:44
A police constable and a reservist from Ikageng in the North West arrested for alleged corruption were granted bail in the Potchefstroom Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, North West police said.
Mahikeng municipal manager looses bid in court11/11/2014 12:36
Mahikeng's municipal manager Mokgele Mojaki lost his bid in the Labour Court to have his suspension set aside and now faces a disciplinary hearing, the North West local government department said on Tuesday.
Establish a restoration fund: Lawyer11/11/2014 11:57
A restoration fund should be established for the families affected by the shooting at Marikana in August 2012, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday.
Rustenburg police warn of woman gang7/11/2014 9:55
Rustenburg police have warned men in the area of a gang of women who trick them into offering accommodation for the night then spike their drinks and rob them.
‘Lonmin is liable for Marikana deaths’7/11/2014 1:55
Lonmin Mine took a bashing at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry by some parties who are pinning the deaths of 44 people and the brutality of the 2012 wage strike on the company’s incompetence.
Modise to meet police over farm scandal: Report2/11/2014 12:30
NCOP chair Thandi Modise on Sunday declined to discuss a report that she would meet police to discuss the discovery, earlier this year, of dead and starving animals on her North West farm.