10
Mar
RRT Detour Notice

Traffic leading into town from the close off (Foord to Beneden) will detour into Foord Street, will turn right into Benoni street, left into Scheiding street, right into Middel street , and into Beneden Street, leading to the taxi rank.

Please take note:
The detour , from Foord via Benoni and Scheiding to Beneden will be a one-way street

9
Feb
RRT Road Closure Notice

The Rustenburg Local Municipality will be undertaking road improvements for the proposed Rustenburg Rapid Transport (RRT) in Central Business District (CBD) from the beginning of 13th February 2017. The planned construction works will be done simultaneously, to minimize disruption to motorists, businesses and pedestrians. We appeal for patience from all our Stakeholders during construction.

2
Feb
Rustenburg Rapid Transport Developing Professional Youth

The year 2016 is an important milestone in the history of our great nation as it marks the 40th anniversary of the 1976 Soweto student uprisings. These uprisings tragically ended with hundreds of young people losing their lives at the hands of the apartheid government, when they protested against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction.

11
Jan
RRT PUBLIC NOTIC

The Rustenburg Municipality through the implementation of the Rustenburg Raid Transport project, which aims to improve people’s lives through a safe, reliable, affordable, clean and sustainable transport system will be commencing construction within the CBD and Tlhabane soon.

14
Dec
MMC’s Festive Season Message

As another year comes to a close and the festive season is well upon us, we have an opportunity, once again, to reflect on the year gone by. It is gratifying to note that we fold an eventful 2016 with a sense of achievement in so far as our mandate to deliver world-class services to our people is concerned.

1
Dec
Newsletter – December 2016 Edition
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Rustenburg, South Africa’s fastest growing City since the dawn of democracy is standing on the cusp of history. What an exciting time to be alive as the Rustenburg Local Municipality is moving full steam ahead towards the provision of a safe and more affordable, accessible and reliable transport system in the City.

Linda Hlatshwayo

Communications Unit Manager

Ms Linda Ntombikayise Hlatshwayo holds a BA Communications Degree from the North-West University. She is currently studying towards the completion of B.Soc Science honours degree in Peace studies and International Relations. Hlatshwayo, an accomplished authority in Advertising, Public Relations and Tourism joined the Rustenburg Local Municipality in 2015 as Unit Manager Communications responsible for providing and maintaining an efficient internal and external communications service to the RRT. Ms Hlatshwayo has experience in both the private and public sector and has a little over 12 years in the communications industry. Prior to her joining the RRT, she was the Marketing Coordinator for the National Home Builders Registration Council North West (NHBRC) and before that she was the Head of Communications at Mahikeng Local Municipality. In addition, she was part of the AFCON 2013 team that delivered the Rustenburg games as the Media Operations Manager where she was exposed to both local and international media. Moreover, she has held positions at Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) as the Public Relations Officer as well as SASSA (South African Social Security Agency as a Senior Communications Officer.

Having had a colorful work history, in her current role, she contributes towards ensuring seamless communication for the Municipality where it relates to the RRT project, so that a positive public image and reputation of the entity is maintained at all times.

Maintaining healthy relations within the organisation and all stakeholders is her daily occupation. She is also responsible for promoting the growing Yarona brand and also acts as the Yarona spokesperson. In addition, she facilitates media briefings, arranges media interviews and produces press statements in order to keep stakeholders abreast with the developments within the RRT.

Hlatshwayo has an excellent record in building crucial relations and an environment of trust and professional interaction with the local and national media to promote Yarona and handles inquiries. She is looking forward to positioning Yarona as a brand to be reckoned with especially heading towards the launching of the system in 2016!