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Security, community thwart stock thieves

A security company, community members and a local resident with a helicopter worked together, managing to thwart stock thieves in Skeerpoort on Thursday. They recovered 32 sheep that were stolen earlier.

Two hijackers arrested, one wounded during shootout

An accused hijacker was shot and arrested together with a second suspect during a hijacking of two copper trucks near Brits on 31 January 2021.

Former police officer one of four caught for ATM bombing

A former police officer and four more suspects were arrested outside Brits on Saturday, 6 February, after allegedly bombing and robbing an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) in Bethanie earlier the day.

Skole open – Meerhofskool verspoel in riool

Die Meerhofskool in Hartbeespoort verspoel in die riool en ten spyte daarvan dat die skool die afgelope twee weke probeer om die Madibeng munisipaliteit sover te kry om die pompstasie op die perseel te kom regmaak, is niks gedoen nie.

Kuierkidz bedank Hartbeespoort-gemeenskap

Die Kuierkidz leersentrum vir breingestremdes bedank almal wat so goedgunstiglik materiaal geskenk het om die nuwe leersentrum te voltooi.

Mediclinic Brits says thank you

Mediclinic Brits this week expressed their deepest appreciation to the members of the community for their continued support during the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular the members of Doxa Deo Church who recently delivered items in appreciation of the staff at the hospital.

Tourism minister visits Hartbeespoort – Bojanala tourism lost R600 million during pandemic

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Fish Mahlalela accompanied by MEC for Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism (DEDECT) Kenetswe Mosenogi, visited Hartbeespoort on Tuesday to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism businesses.

Motorists asked to report corrupt metro police

A large number of motorists travelling on the R511 Hennops road have come forward with stories of intimidation, threats and bribery by metro police officers who threaten to lock them up if they don’t cough up thousands of Rands on the spot.
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