Strike violence: Amcu member arrested22/4/2014 11:11
A member of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) has been arrested in connection with strike-related violence in Rustenburg, North West police said on Tuesday.
Merger shortcomings17/4/2014 12:28
An evaluation of the merger process at the North West University (NWU) has exposed major shortcomings 10 years since the former University of North West, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the Sebokeng campus of then Vista University came together in 2004.
Station to light up township17/4/2014 10:23
The R60m electricity distribution substation to support electrification to 3000 new housing units in Tlhabologang township near Coligny will be completed by the end of next month, Premier Thandi Modise announced this week.
NWU ‘needs to be more Africa-orientated’17/4/2014 6:49
University of the North West vice-chancellor Prof Dan Kgwadi has embraced the hard-hitting findings of an internationally-led evaluation report into, among others, the transformation process at the institution in the last 10 years.
MEC launches innovative buy-back centre14/4/2014 9:51
In a bid to preserve the environment and create job opportunities for young people, economic development, environment and conservation MEC Motlalepule Rosho launched the Mfidikwe Buy Back Centre at Bleskop in the Bojanala district.
Recruits to ‘save’ lives10/4/2014 10:31
A total of 74 young people from different communities in the Ngaka Modiri Molema district received certificates after finishing a disaster management learnership programme and are now expected to play a leading role in saving lives.
Tense in Boitumelong10/4/2014 10:00
The situation in Boitumelong was tense as protest action intensified in the area, the office of the North West premier said on Thursday.
ANC pushes for 80 % in North West9/4/2014 6:26
ANC provincial chairperson in the North West Supra Mahumapelo has expressed confidence that the party would snatch the elections by 80% in the province.
Swartruggens protest over toll fees5/4/2014 8:03
A protest about toll fees in Swartruggens in the North West, attended by about 2500 people on Friday, was successful, the Congress of SA Trade Unions said.
Rustenburg driver's case postponed3/4/2014 16:18
The case of a driver accused of killing three children when a train crashed into his car at a railway crossing was postponed in the Rustenburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday, North West police said.