Newspapers ABC Q4 2019: A lacklustre final quarter for newspapers

19 April 2021

*Full credit to Bizcommunity www.bizcommunity.com

The decline in newspaper circulation continued in the last quarter of the Audit Bureau of Circulation of South Africa's results for 2019, with Q4 showing a decline of 4.7% on the previous quarter and 9.1% on the prior year.

Headline News

Read More

 

Sprucing up the environment 

04 March 2021

Northam – Personnel from Thabazimbi Local Municipality (TLM) have been taking advantage of the clear skies to cut the long grass and sweep away litter that had accumulated in many areas.

Headline News

Read More

 

Stock theft on the increase

04 March 2021

Northam – Farmers in Northam and surrounds are reporting an increase in stock theft. In the latest incident [Wednesday 24 February], 44 goats and sheep were stolen. “We want to urge farmers to be extra vigilant. Ensure that your livestock is marked according to regulations. Check your fences regularly for any damages and look out for unknown footprints,” Heritage Protection Group representative Johan Young said.

Headline News

Read More

 

PEDDLING A PATH to a better future

04 March 2021

Northam – Deputy Minister of Transport Dikeledi Magadize handed over more than 70 bicycles to Northam Comprehensive School on Friday 19 February.

Headline News

Read More

 

TCCC Made us proud

24 February 2021

Thabazimbi – Three members of Thabazimbi Crisis Control Centre (TCCC) formed part of the Dynamic Incident Management Team deployed to the Marloth Park flood incident during tropical cyclone Eloise.

Headline News

Read More

 

Liewers omdraai by Kromdraai! 

16 February 2021

Thabazimbi –  Die Thabazimbi gemeenskap word versoek om nie onnodig kanse te vat op moerasagtige verspoelde servituut paaie nie. Op Saterdag 6 Februarie moes lede van die Gemeenskap Polisiëring Forum (GPF) sowat R2,000 aan diesel spandeer vir trekkers, ‘n TLB en bakkies om voertuie uit die modder uit te sleep op Kromdraai se servituut paaie. Van dieselfde mense het teen Sondag steeds gedink dat hul 4x4 voertuie die mas sal opkom, maar moes toe rooi in die gesig staan terwyl hulle weereens uit die modder uitgetrek was. Waarskuwing: Jy gaan self verantwoordelik gehou word vir die kostes van brandstof om jou uit te trek as jy sulke kanse vat.

Headline News

Read More

 

Drunk driver in the dock

16 February 2021

Brits – A 32-year-old man rammed his car into the stationery vehicle of two traffic officers in Majakaneng during the early hours of Sunday morning 7 February. The man, who emerged unharmed and has since been arrested for reckless and drunken driving, could face additional charges related to violating the lockdown curfew. 

Headline News

Read More

 

 There’s a croc on my stoep!

16 February 2021

Thabazimbi – There has been several crocodile sightings in the Thabazimbi area over the past few weeks. Thabazimbi Crisis Control Centre’s Henk Havenga noticed a crocodile relaxing on the Crocodile River’s bank on Thursday 28 January.

Headline News

Read More

 

Troubled waters 
Farmers prosecuted for illegally damming up Limpopo river

01 February 2021

Lephalale – One of the major watermelon growers in the country has ignored a compliance notice issued by the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET) and is to appear in court on Friday 5 February. The state has accused Johan and Carel Roos of environmental crimes committed at farm Manchester 16LQ, Stockpoort, Limpopo [close to the Botswana border].

Headline News

Read More

 

PUTTING PEDAL TO THE METAL

22 January 2021

Thabazimbi – Thabazimbi now boast with its very own Thabazimbi Cycling Club (TCC). The club had their first 8km sprint on Wednesday 13 January

Headline News

Read More