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Bram Fischer airport a buzz with Wayde’s arrival

Wayde van Niekerk PHOTO: MORGAN PIEK

Wayde you beaut!

Wayde van Niekerk PHOTO: Cameron Spencer

Gaan die Grieke en Chinese jou belegging raak?

Nes Griekeland se bankrotskap verwag is, moes 'n regstelling op China se aandelebeurs kom. FOTO: CHRIS RATCLIFFE/BLOOMBERG

Hoër pluimbalposisie vir SA op wêreldranglys

Elmé de Villiers en Andries Malan het onlangs in China 'n groot bydrae gelewer om Suid-Afrika se plek op die wêreldranglys na 'n beste ooit 27ste te verhoog. FOTO: JOHAN KLEINGELD

China Week will contribute positively FS economy

THANDI XABA The Free State province aims to hold China Week in April with the intention of strengthening business relations and to draw more investment...

Today in History: 24th December

Historical Events: • 1926: Richard Maponya, one of South Africa's richest businessmen, is born. • 1923: Wilton Z. Mkwayi, South African ANC activist and former Robben Island prisoner,...

Student grateful to study abroad

REFILWE MEKOA An eighteen year old Kekeletso Molefe from Ladybrand in the Free State says he’s grateful that he will be studying abroad. Molefe is...

FS government took precautions before sending students abroad

REFILWE MEKOA Free State government took precautionary measures before they sent fifty-eight students to study in China. According to the provincial government’s spokesperson Setjhaba Maphalla,...

Today in History: 1st July

Historical Events: • 1992: Fox broadcasting adds Wednesday night TV programming. • 2007: Smoking in England is banned in all public indoor spaces. With the ban already in...

Today in History: 3rd June

Historical Events: • 2013: 119 people are killed in a poultry farm fire in Jilin Province, China. • 1948: Radical politician, journalist, teacher and co-founder of...

Grunt – 23 April 2014

I was quite taken by an item I read last week which centres on that Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared. Jestingly, the writer suggested...

Slow start as Northwest MEC appear in court

China Dodovu