May Newsletter 2015

Rusties brings you the newsletter for May. This month the town of Rustenburg was very busy with all the events happening. The people had to make choices about which event to visit. Everyday we make choices. The choices we make impact our lives for the better or the worse. The choices are like seeds that grow into a harvest, that gives you weed or wheat.

In this newsletter we will cover:

  • New to Rusties
  • Upcoming Events
  • Past Events
  • Specials
  • Rusties Bits
  • Thought of the Month

new to rusties

During the month of May the following companies joined Rusties:

Upcoming events

The following events are coming up on our events calendar:

RGK Rugby Legends Brunch by Kleine Khomas – 5 Junie 2015


Juanita du Plessis by NG Proteapark – 5 Junie 2015

Juanita ng proteapark poster

Marulaboom sing Leon Schuster by Kleine Khomas – 20 Junie 2015


Burger Le Roux by Kleine Khomas – 31 Julie 2015


past events

During the month of May the following events happened in Rustenburg:


The following specials are running on the Rusties website for Rustenburg:

DIY T&A Systems Promotion

T A systems special

Winter Madness Specials at Brilliant Accounting

Winter Special - Training poster

Duras Solar Power Bank Special at DLC & Chefwear

Duras Solar Power bank special

Rusties bits

Business Banner

Do you feel your business needs that extra boost? Rusties has the solution for you. Get your own banner on our superb community website. Our cheapest banner option is only R370 per month. For more info, click on banner advertisements.


 Rustenburg Baby Contest 2015

It is that time again. All parents with small babies between 0 months and 3 years pay attention. The Rustenburg Baby Contest for 2015 is opening its entries on 1 June 2015. This year the entry fee is R100 per child. Rusties went all out to find the greatest prizes and judges for our contest. For more info go to

thought of the month

the sower1

Luke 8:5-8

“A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path; it was trampled on, and the birds ate it up. Some fell on rocky ground, and when it came up, the plants withered because they had no moisture. Other seed fell among thorns, which grew up with it and choked the plants. Still other seed fell on good soil. It came up and yielded a crop, a hundred times more than was sown.”

Thought of the month

“With every deed you are sowing a seed, though the harvest you may not see.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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