Maths teacher killer sentenced to 10 years

Former Ramotshere High School learner who killed his maths teacher will spend 10 years behind bars. The 17 year-old teenager was sentenced in the Lehurutshe regional court today. Handing down sentencing, magistrate Winnie Malane said the teenager did now show any remorse. Gadimang Mokolobate (24) was stabbed to death while he was in class last... Continue Reading →

Premier and Churches pray for North West

In recent days - North West schools were under siege. Many called for God's intervention. Three people appeared in court this week on unrelated incidents at schools that led to the killing of a pupil and a teacher. On Monday a parent appeared for assaulting a teacher and today a 14 and 17 year olds... Continue Reading →

Teenager who killed teacher to be sentence today

A 17-year old pupil who stabbed and killed his 24-year-old maths teacher in his classroom in Zeerust is expected to be sentenced today. The teenager pleaded guilty to murder charges. The teacher, Gadimang Mokolobate died at a local clinic after the stabbing. Last week a parent assaulted a school teacher with an umbrella in Tlhatlhaganyane... Continue Reading →

Meet Rustenburg new finance man

The Rustenburg Local Municipality is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Godfrey Ditsele, new Chief Financial Officer who assumed office from 18th February 2019. Godfrey Ditsele hails from Silverkraans village in the Moses Kotane region. He is a qualified chartered accountant by profession and brings over 10 years of experience in the public sector... Continue Reading →

Expired Medication: Four Managers suspended

Four Managers from the North West Health Department are in hot water following expired medication saga. The allegations leveled against the managers concerned include among others dereliction of duty in failing to make timeouts payments to service providers and alleged unfair labour practices. According to Departmental spokesperson, Tebogo Lekgethwane the purpose of the precautionary suspension... Continue Reading →

Eskom fight electricity theft

Eskom in the North West is intensifying its campaign that allows ordinary comminity members to come clean and start paying for electricity use. Residents are given three months to come clean and receive amnesty. Eskom officials visited various households at Robega and Chaneng villages to check safety and see if they comply. Eskom's Customer Services... Continue Reading →

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