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‘Education key to war on xenophobia’ says Pandor

South Africa is of the view that humanitarian support and law needs to go well beyond the conduct of defense forces and should begin...

Fibre makes it all possible

Bloemfontein, take your connection to the next level with froggin’ awesome fibre from Frogfoot. Get connected and place an order at frogfoot.com. Here are...

Education still unequal after 25 years of democracy

While apartheid education vanished after the dawn of democracy 25 years ago, disparities in resource allocation, widespread drug use and violence have had a...

#LoveLocal: Education MEC celebrates 10 years with Courant

Free State Education MEC, Dr Tate Makgoe wishes Bloemfontein Courant many more years of good quality, credible and newsworthy content. This as Dr Makgoe...

Campaign brings awareness to learners with intellectual disabilities

The Free State Department of Education will hold a walk on Tuesday to shine a spotlight on the plight of children with intellectual disabilities....

FS records high unauthorised expenditure

Three of the Free State government departments are listed in the Auditor-General report as part of the top 10 contributors to unauthorised expenditure in...

76-year-old obtains Master’s with distinction

The 76-year-old Dr Hanneke Meyer has the community buzzing with excitement and pride after graduating for her Master of Divinity degree cum laude during...

Bloemfontein Courant launches schools’ edition

"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world." This profound statement by our beloved former president and world icon, the...

Education shocked by learner’s gun at #BloemSchoolShooting

The Free State Department of Education's spokesperson, Howard Ndaba, says the grade 8 learner who shot himself in the thigh at the Commtech Combined...

Education, Health receive biggest #FSBudget2018 cake slices

The two biggest Free State departments with serious financial woes – Education and Health - have received the biggest slices of the provincial budget...

Free State Education MEC, Tate Makgoe, visits Mpolokeng Primary School in...

Free State Education MEC, Tate Makgoe, together with KST and Japan Embassy had an infrastructure launch at Mpolokeng Primary School in Botshabelo this morning....

Eskom fights ‘Izinyoka’

Education and awareness are still much needed on the dangers of meter tampering and illegal electricity connections, particularly in the Thaba Nchu area. This is...

New BBBEE code to open up industry

Business persons in the construction industry can look forward to new opportunities following an amendment in the Code of Good Practice on Broad-Based Black...

Dream big and win school fees for a year

Tough economic times are continually putting immense pressure on families and with ever-increasing school fees, parents are feeling more cash-strapped than ever. Fortunately more...

Uplifting community through education

Although its only a year old, the University of the Free State programme, Star of Stars, has already received national recognition. The programme has...

International fraud week launched

Those that can afford to pay, must pay. These were the words of Free State Finance MEC, Elsabe Rockman, who was speaking at the...

The past coming to life

“A nation without a past is a lost nation, and a people without a past is a people without a soul.” – These words...

Reckless spending in FS increases by 181%: Auditor-General

The latest report by the Auditor-General (AG), Kimi Makwetu, has revealed that irregular expenditure in the Free State has increased by 181% in comparison...