Articles Posted in the " News " Category

  • Water outages Brackenhurst and surrounding areas

    Brackenhurst, Brackendowns and surrounding areas have been experiencing water issues for most of the day on June 15. DA Ward Councillor have done the following Press Statement: Better communication required for better service delivery standards by Cllr Malcolm Maifala DA Ward Councillor   Following experiences of residents in Brackenhurst, Brackendowns and surrounding areas being without […]

  • Objections on proposed high density development

    Objections on proposed high density development -Mamphele Development Planners CC is the authorised agent of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and the registered owner of ERF 372 General Albertspark Ext 2.(Land opposite Lemon Tree Shopping Mall). They are proposing a high density development in Lincoln Road, Alberton.  According to paperwork handed in at Ekurhuleni we could establish […]

  • Body found in Mayberry Park

      Body found in Mayberry Park – According to Fox Securities social media page a body was found in a field near Mayberry Park.  Fox was notified by members of the public of a female body lying in the field.   FOX MEDICAL UNIT, TACTICAL UNITS, AFRIFORUM ALBERTON, MED-HELP EMERGENCY SERVICES AND SAPS ON SCENE. […]

  • Not allowed to clean Alberton

    Not allowed to clean Alberton – Recently the very active group AfriForum Alberton wanted to get together to do a cleanup on the corner of Hendrik Potgieter and Pieter Uys on their own time and own resources. According to Ekurhuleni they will not allow people to try and better Alberton as its illegal but at […]

  • How you can help Alberton SPCA

    How you can help Alberton SPCA – Alberton SPCA receives no government funding and so we rely on the generosity of our supporters to enable us to continue our mission. There are numerous ways you can help, as listed below. Please remember that all donations are tax deductible and we can send you a Section […]

  • Parkrun Rietvlei Zoo Farm

    Parkrun Rietvlei Zoo Farm: Come rain or shine there is always a free parkrun every Saturday at 8am. Over 19000 registered park runners have registered for Rietvlei. View and register for your barcode. Rietvlei Zoo Farm’s picnic area is the perfect place to have a family, group or school for a picnic or braai, kids birthday party, school […]

  • Arrest At Voortrekker Street

    Arrest At Voortrekker Street: On the fifth of April at roughly 19h34 at night, this suspect was apprehended by the Fox security Reaction Officers for theft at a Business premises situated in Voortrekker cnr Looe str. The suspect was then arrested and detained at the Alberton SAPS. No further information is given at this point. Well […]

  • Rietvlei Parkrun

    Rietvlei Parkrun: Over 1000 parkrunners attended Rietvlei parkrun on the second of April. Well done to our resident parkrunner Noah Manyengo who did a record time of 16min50sec. Well done to Karel and Michelle who did their 50th parkrun. Rietvlei Zoo Farm’s picnic area is the perfect place to have a family, group or school for a […]

  • The Registering Of A Branch

    The Registering Of A Branch: AfriForum will be registering their Alberton branch tonight at the Alberton rugby club ill is welcome to attend the evening starts at 18:00. Kallie Kriel will address the community in the registration will then immediately take place. The community and existing members are invited to participate in the election of AfriForum Alberton branch […]

  • Boerboel debut at Westminster Dog Show

    Boerboel debut at Westminster Dog Show – The Boerboel, also known as the South African Mastiff, is a large, Molosser-type breed, bred for the purpose of guarding the homestead and were bred as working farm dogs.   They were first introduced to the purebred world in 1998. In the traditional breed judging, the seven newcomers represent the most additions since at least 2000. They […]

  • AfriForum will becoming to Alberton Wednesday

    AfriForum will becoming to Alberton Wednesday 13 January 2016 to discuss with the community to start a new Afriforum branch in Alberton. Do you want change in Alberton? This will be an informative meeting and AfriForum will explain who and what they are and what it means to have a AfriForum branch in your area. […]

  • China Keeping Close Tabs On America

    China Keeping Close Tabs On America : China’s military is paying “close attention” to an agreement between the United States and Singapore to deploy the U.S. P8 Poseidon spy plane to the city state and hopes the move does not harm regional stability, the Defence Ministry said.  “We are paying close attention to how the relevant […]

  • Try Play This

    Try Play This :  It is 43.5 feet long, 16 feet wide and weighs 2,255 pounds, as much as a small car what we talking about is the world’s largest playable electric guitar. It may be playable, but playing it well is no easy feat. The massive instrument — constructed of wood with strings made out of aircraft […]

  • Renault To Make An Impact

    Renault To Make An Impact : ormer Renault team boss Flavio Briatore has called on the French outfit to be ready to make an immediate impact on the “dying” sport when it returns to Formula One in 2016.  Renault announced last week it had purchased the Lotus F1 Team in preparation for making its re-entry to […]

  • SAA Gets A Deadline

    SAA Gets A Deadline : Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has given the South African Airways board a deadline in which to conclude the deal to swop purchase of 10 A320 Airbus airplanes for five A330 planes.  The board has been given until 21 December to implement the deal that was given to them.  The minister wrote […]

  • Sanral Fight

    Sanral Fight : The City of Cape Town says it’s willing to work with the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) to find a solution to a current impasse around tolling in the Western Cape. City and Sanral officials have been at loggerheads over the tolling of sections of the N1 and N2 highways. On […]

  • Some Light At The End Of The Tunnel

    Some Light At The End Of The Tunnel : With our beloved South Africa currently in the strong grip of power issues due to the Eskom power grid being stretched to capacity and them saying there will be no power cuts but they aren’t even sure themselves GRI – Renewable Industries officially announced the opening […]

  • Vodacom In Trouble

    Vodacom In Trouble : Mobile operator Vodacom is being sued for nearly R200-billion ($14-billion) in the Democratic Republic of Congo by the controlling shareholder of its minority partner in the DRC. The shareholder, Alieu Conteh, claims that his position as a statutory director of Congolese Wireless Network (CWN) was undermined by Vodacom. “The action also includes an […]