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NECSA CEO on nuclear energy advisory group

The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Association(IAEA), has appointed South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa), Chief Executive Officer Mr Phumzile Tshelane, to serve as a member of the Standing Advisory Group on Nuclear Energy(SAGNE) for a two year period. The SAGNE is established to advise the IAEA Director General on policy and technical…

Vir Joost

Verskeie ondernemings in Hartbeespoort het verlede week groen en goud of blou gedra as eerbetoon aan die geliefde rugbyspeler, Joost van der Westhuizen, wat verlede week dood is. Pick n Pay Village Mall se personeel was in groen en goud.

Mall pressures Madibeng to urgently address sewage spill

The owners and management of Village Mall share residents and loyal shoppers’ frustration regarding the broken sewer pipe at the mall and are putting pressure on the Madibeng Municipality to urgently solve the problem, the Village Mall said in a statement this week.

Concern over illegal sale of wildlife

Hartbeespoort residents are requested to report the illegal sale of wildlife to the Hartbeespoort police immediately. Vendors selling tortoises have been spotted on the R511 between Ifafi and Saartjiesnek and the community is urgently requested to report any such sales to the police. “Dealing in any wildlife without the necessary permits is illegal and culprits…

Klas van 2016 presteer

Die klas van 2016 by hoërskole in die omgewing het oudergewoonte weer uitstekende resultate in die nasionale seniorsertifikaateksamen behaal.

Great food and good vibes at African Swiss

If you are a food lover and looking for a new culinary experience at affordable prices, a visit to African Swiss Restaurant on the R512 in Broederstroom is a must.

Leier beloon

Teo Mostert van Hoërskool Hartbeespoort is vanjaar se ontvanger van die Herman Mulder-leierskapstrofee.

Debate doubles

Néno Beneke and Marren McKay of the Mountain Cambridge School share the high school debating trophy this year.

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