Bedworth Park rapist sought by police

Police are looking for a man in connection with a rape incident that took place in Bedworth Park. According to the victim, she was on her way to catch a taxi on Barrage Road when she met the unknown suspect who was also going into Bedworth Park.

One day is not enough: March 21 survivors

“Going towards the day of the commemoration, we are hopeful that one day we will be given the recognition we deserve. We just wish that our government would just remember us more often, and not only when the day of the commemoration comes.”

DA members march against leadership

Card-carrying members of the Democratic Alliance (DA) demonstrated their anger against their own leadership in a march that took place in Vanderbijlpark on Friday Morning.

Bulldozed house leaves family in lurch

Maria Mashamba (54), Annah Rammile (69) and Kokoi Molelekoa (49) told Sedibeng Ster that, “this was not land expropriation without compensation and that it was about the greedyness, mercilessness and heartlessness of the new owner.”

SANBS in hunt for new blood on Human Rights Day

The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) is implementing a mass blood drive next Wednesday, 21 March, to recruit new donors and ensure there is sufficient stock of safe blood available in South Africa

Library services halted due to late submissions – Chabalala

“Since the departure of disgraced former Emfuleni Local Municipality Mayor, Simon Mofokeng, and the appointment of a new ANC Mayor, Jacob Khawe late last year, nothing appears to have changed.” This is the opinion of DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture Mr Kingsol Chabalala (MPL).

Family speaks out on Three Rivers High saga

“The video is only showing half of the incident. There is another video which shows how the incident started and we believe she acted out of frustration. After the incident the child realised that she had not acted accordingly and immediately apologised to the teacher, after which the teacher gave her a hug. She is not an angry child. She is very respectful and a people’s person.”

Khawe urges community to register to vote

The Mayor was able to use his new address to register as a voter.He appealed to the Youth to do the same.“If you do not participate in the Democratic systems of which voting is one of them, you will be led by anything”

Listeriosis: What you need to know and do

Symptoms are usually mild and may include fever, myalgia (pain in a muscle or group of muscles), malaise and sometimes nausea or diarrhoea. In at-risk patients, spread of infection to the nervous system can cause meningitis leading to headaches, confusion, stiff neck, loss of balance or convulsions. Bacteraemia may also occur.

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