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City of Roses ‘rose’ to the occasion

The owner of a rose farm known as De Plante Farm, Mapeo Poonaye, rose to the occasion as she was one of the exhibitioners...

March to close gender pay divide

On average, South African women are paid 28% less compared to men for the same job. This is according to Women of South Africa...

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FS Destea MEC weighs in briefly on FDC/VBS raid

The Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (Destea) says it will continue to comply with the Hawks’ investigation into the...

#StateCaptureInquiry: Dukwana implicates prominent FS officials

The Mayor of the troubled Mangaung Metro Municipality (MMM), Olly Mlamleli, and Free State Development Corporation (FDC) Chairperson, Hantse Matseke, are amongst at least...

Breaking news: Hawks raid FDC

The elite investigating unit, the Hawks, are currently raiding the offices of the Free State Development Corporation (FDC) in Bloemfontein. This as the second sitting...

Phuthaditjhaba Industrial Park revitalised

The revitalised Phuthaditjhaba Industrial Park at the Phuthaditjhaba Multi-Purpose Centre in Qwaqwa was launched on Tuesday, 30 October by Deputy Minister of Trade and...

Free State Development Corp questions VBS report’s accuracy

The Free State Development Corporation (FDC) has cast doubt on the accuracy of the “Great Bank Heist” report into VBS Mutual Bank, which implicated...

Houses for military veterans in ‘Magashule’s Free State’ still not built...

In a statement on Tuesday, the DA said that it had travelled to Riebeeckstaad in Welkom, Free State, where R48 million was allegedly budgeted for...

Municipal employees not paying debts

REFILWE MEKOA Most of the Maluti-a-Phofung Municipality employees are not paying their municipal bills. This is according to Municipal Manager Chris Taetsane. He said they...

FDC cause of municipality’s electricity

REFILWE MEKOA Free State Development Corporation is allegedly one of the reasons Maluti-a-Phofung Municipality is in a R815 million debt. According to Municipal Manager, Charles...