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Applications open for Google for Startups Black Founders Fund for Africa

Google has announced that applications for the second cohort of the Google for Startup Black Founders Fund (BFF) for Africa are now open. Following the...

Frozen beans, stir fry recalled by McCain after glass found in...

McCain Foods is in the process of recalling two products after reports that “foreign material” had been found in some packets. In a statement, McCain said...

Greek leader visits Bloem

The leader of the Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria and All Africa this week made a historic 15-year return to the City of Roses...

Leeu se byt verander 4×4 in 4×3

Tydens 'n onlangse vakansie in die reuse- Kgalagadi-reservaat het die Bloemfonteinse egpaar Danie en Adel Badenhorst "deel van die misdaadstatistiek" geword toe een van...

Nearly 100 elephants killed for ivory in Botswana

Ninety elephant carcasses have been discovered in Botswana with their tusks hacked off, a charity said Tuesday, in what is believed to be one...

National Chess Open hosted by City of Roses

Bloemfontein is currently hosting the 2018 edition of the South African Open Chess Championship which is being held in conjunction with the Free State...

Shebe klee dalk gou nuwe Mej. SA

Die Bloemfonteinse ontwerper, Gerhardt Shebe, is onlangs vir die sesde keer as wenner van 'n modeweek aangewys, en asof dit nie genoeg is nie,...

Musa Sithole releases 8th gospel album

Gospel artist, Musa Blessing Sithole,is a man on a roll. While Sithole originally hails from Durban, he has found a home for himself in...

Today in History: 22 September

2008   Parliament convenes to consider the resignation of President Thabo Mbeki. Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki resigned as president of the Republic South Africa on Sunday...

Today in History: 22nd September

Historical Events: • 1828: Shaka, Zulu chief and founder of the Zulu empire, is murdered by his two half-brothers Dingane and Mhlangana. Dingane assumes the throne. • 1913:...

SA target positive start against Tanzania

The South African u.17 national soccer team coach, Molefi Ntseki. Photo by: SAFA