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  • HOSPITAL PLANS: IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY WHAT DO I PAY?

    HOSPITAL PLANS: IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY WHAT DO I PAY?

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Times are indeed tough. Everyone is looking to save and one of the ways that many cut back on expenses is by going from a medical aid scheme to a hospital plan, in the hope that paying for out-of-hospital expenses in cash might lessen the financial burden. But what are the consequences involved in the case of an emergency?

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  • WARNING: RABIES IN RUSTENBURG!

    WARNING: RABIES IN RUSTENBURG!

    RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - “The Rustenburg SPCA would like to inform the public that Rustenburg has had several cases of Rabies in the last few weeks. Please make sure all your animals have had their injections to make sure they are healthy and will not be able to get the disease.

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  • BRACE YOURSELF FOR ANOTHER FUEL HIKE

    BRACE YOURSELF FOR ANOTHER FUEL HIKE

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Motorists will have to prepare themselves for a series of fuel price hikes in 2017 as fuel prices are set for yet another increase at the end of January. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).

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  • ATTACKED AT THE RED LIGHT

    ATTACKED AT THE RED LIGHT

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Rustenburg Herald has noted concern from residents on social media after a resident was allegedly attacked by an individual at a red traffic light near the Waterfall Mall on Monday, 16 January.

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  • BEJAARDES BEROOF NA VERDAGTE OOR MUUR SPRING

    BEJAARDES BEROOF NA VERDAGTE OOR MUUR SPRING

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – ‘n Rustige oggend van tuinmaak het skielik in ‘n nagmerrie vir mev Marinda Botterill (64) ontaard toe sy op Vrydag, 13 Januarie, deur ‘n verdagte man in haar tuin in Zandstraat aangehou is, vertel Rustenburg se polisiewoordvoerder Kaptein Elsabé Augoustides aan die Rustenburg Herald.

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  • “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    The scientific phenomenon is known as the bloodmoon, and is said to come once in 30 years, occurred here in South Africa between the hours of 3 and 5am. The last time it was around was in 1982.

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  • PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    South African motorists and antagonists of the dreaded Gauteng etoll system as well as the soon to be implemented AArto penalty system are outraged by the latest move by the South African government and its relevant agencies’ strategy to have outstanding e-toll fees accumulated by non-paying motorists coupled to the AArto Drivers Licence penalty system.

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  • KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    With the Rand reaching lows against the US Dollar which were last seen at the time of the 2008 recession, those in the possession of Krugerrands might actually be smiling...

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  • SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Rumours that have reached the Rustenburg Herald this week regarding new changes to the Social Assistance Act have been dispelled by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).

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  • SAA CONTINUES FLYING TO BRAZIL DESPITE ZIKA VIRUS

    SAA CONTINUES FLYING TO BRAZIL DESPITE ZIKA VIRUS

    South African Airways (SAA) will continue to fly between Johannesburg and Sao Paolo, in Brazil, after the World Health Organization concluded that there is no justification to impose a travel ban due to the outbreak of the Zika virus.

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  • GOVERNMENT TO SPEED UP PENSION PAY-OUTS

    GOVERNMENT TO SPEED UP PENSION PAY-OUTS

    RUSTENBURG HERALD- RUSTENBURG- The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) says it remains committed to making sure that employees who are leaving the public service are paid on time.

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