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Thousands of police promoted countrywide
Thousands of police promoted countrywide Duane Petrus - 7 524 SAPS members have recently been promoted in various divisions countrywide. This includes 6 181 constables who have been promoted to the rank of...
Spesialishospitaal vir Bloem in sig
Spesialishospitaal vir Bloem in sig MARICELLE BOTHA Planne is pas bekendgemaak vir die oprigting van ’n nuwe, vrystaande akademiese moederen-kind-spesialishospitaal in Bloemfontein. Die hospitaal...
Jan Braai encourages you to braai
Jan Braai encourages you to braai LEE KHOTLELE The master of braai, Jan Braai Scannellis, is out and about on the Sparta National Braai Tour, urging all South Africans to celebrate National Braai...
Today in History: 18th September
Today in History: 18th September Historical Events: • 1864: The explorer John Speke (37), first White man to reach the origin of the Nile River, kills himself in a shooting accident...
Alarmingly low blood stock levels
Alarmingly low blood stock levels Traditionally, the month of September is a difficult time at the South African National Blood Service (SANBS) owing to preliminary exams and preparation towards the...
Getting to the heart of the problem
Getting to the heart of the problem SABRINA DEAN A team of researchers at the University of the Free State has become the first to decellularise a primate heart. Speaking in Bloemfontein, Professor...
FS teachers dismissed for having relationships with pupils
FS teachers dismissed for having relationships with pupils REFILWE MEKOA The MEC of Education in the Free State said any teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a pupil would be dismissed. Tate Makgoe said...
FS-Highest in hypertension
FS-Highest in hypertension REFILWE MEKOA Free State has the highest percentage rate of people suffering from hypertension in the country. According to provincial Health MEC Benny Malakoane,...
Over 300 temporary teachers to be given permanent positions
Over 300 temporary teachers to be given permanent positions THANDI XABA Free State Department of Education will appoint 300 temporary teachers to permanent teaching post exceeding the initial 80 stipulated. Spokesperson Howard...
Escalating cellphone robberies worries police management
Escalating cellphone robberies worries police management Duane Petrus - The dramatic escalation in the number of cellphone robberies taking place in Thabong near Welkom over the past several months are worrying police...
Today in History: 17th September
Today in History: 17th September Historical Events: • 1914: Andrew Fisher becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time. • 1952: "I am an American Day" &...
N8 Road Closure
N8 Road Closure Matthews Setlhare from the police in Mangaung notifies people that the N8-highway at Botshabelo will be closed from 13:00 to 15:00 today as a safety precaution because of...
Matjhabeng says rates hikes above board
Matjhabeng says rates hikes above board SABRINA DEAN - The Matjhabeng Local Municipality intends laying to rest an outcry over an alleged illegal tariff increase during a briefing by Eskom and the National...
Today in History: 16th September
Today in History: 16th September Historical Events: • 1983: Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes a US citizen. • 1985: Frontline states call on RSA government to release Mandela and end...
Farm murders take centre stage at SA Human Rights Commission
Farm murders take centre stage at SA Human Rights Commission SABRINA DEAN - Farm murders are a unique type of crime and therefore require a unique approach. This is according to Afriforum deputy executive head Ernst Roets,...
Today in History: 15th September
Today in History: 15th September Historical Events: • 1928: Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin. • 1994: Moslem fundamentalists kidnap & behead 16 citizens in Algeria • 2004:...
Today in History: 14th September
Today in History: 14th September Historical Events: • 1652: Jan van Riebeeck visits Robben Island for the first time. • 1918: The first cases of Spanish Flu, also called 'Great flu' are...
Today in History: 13th September
Today in History: 13th September Historical Events: • 1956: IBM introduces the first computer disk storage unit, the RAMAC 305. • 1985: The World Health Organisation (WHO) declares Aids a...
Today in History: 12th September
Today in History: 12th September Historical Events: • 1905: The Victoria Falls Bridge is opened. • 1960: John F. Kennedy avers he does not speak for the Roman Catholic Church, and neither...
No arrests in Bloemfontein mall robbery and hijacking
No arrests in Bloemfontein mall robbery and hijacking Duane Petrus - No arrests have yet been made in connection with the Monday’s mall robbery and hijacking in Bloemfontein. Four men hijacked a Mediclinic bakkie...
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