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The case of a North West driver accused of killing three children when a train crashed into his car at a railway crossing has been postponed.
A foreign-owned shop in Lethabong in Rustenburg was robbed and set alight, North West police said.
Two men were shot dead and another was wounded near the Bleskop hostel, outside Rustenburg.
The ANC in the North West has welcomed over 100 new members from other political parties, it said.
Irini Agathagelou who claims she was assaulted by a UCT rugby player in a brawl is yet to lodge a complaint with the police.
North West pupils and teachers returned to school after violent protests, the premier said in a statement.
North West police are investigating the torching of a house belonging to a National Union of Mineworkers member.
A mass brawl after UCT's Varsity Cup triumph has left an Ikeys player facing a charge of assault.
The ANC in North West has welcomed government intervention to restore peace and stability in Boitumelong and Coverdale.
North West premier Thandi Modise has expressed concern at allegations that councillors instigated protests near Lichtenburg.
The situation in Boitumelong was tense as protest action intensified in the area, the office of the North West premier said.
A Grade 9 pupil was killed, allegedly by a tavern owner, when protesters in Christiana marched to the municipal offices.
North West premier Thandi Modise has formed a provincial executive council task team that would meet with Boitumelong and Itsoseng protesters.
The violent protestsin Boitumelong township were self-defeating, Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Lechesa Tsenoli said.
Protesters partially burnt down the back room of a house belonging to a police officer in the Boitumelong township.
The ANC has called for calm in the North West town where residents have been protesting over a lack of service delivery.
Violent protests continued across the Boitumelong township in Bloemhof in the North West, said police.
Over the past 3 months striking workers in Marikana say they have had to survive through solidarity.
About 2500 people were protesting about toll fees in Swartruggens in the North West, the Congress of SA Trade Unions said.
A North West man accused of raping a mentally disabled teenage girl was granted bail of R300.
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