A peaceful march is informed by the killings in the Marikana area (Ward 31)

The Deputy Minister Of Police Cassel Mathale accompanied by Ward Councillor who is also the MMC responsible for IGR and Special Projects at the Rustenburg Local Municipality Cllr John Molubi receives the memorandum of grievances from the Marikana community (Ward 31) marching under the banner of the African National Congress (ANC) at the Marikana Police Station this afternoon.
The call for this that are rampant in the area, including business robberies, illegal firearms, taverns, and immigrants, as well as drug dealings involving police officials.



The 16 days of Activism for no violence against women and children in full swing in Rustenburg

The Rustenburg Local Municipality in partnership with SAPS (Including JCPS) and other stakeholders had this morning conducted a peaceful march around the city (CBD) as a “Campaign For No Violence Against Women and Children”, culminating in information sharing session at the Taxi/Bus Rank to enlighten and warn the public about the impact of violance in our society, and encourage the community of Rustenburg to participate in the campaign to protect women and children.
Participating stakeholders included, among others, Correctional Services, Department (Dept.) of Community Safety and Transport Management, Dept. of Justice and Constitutional Development, Dept. Social Development, Child Line, Bafokeng Trauma Centre, Human Rights Commission, and Aurum Institute