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SA is the fourth-most expensive country to die in

Research conducted by a life insurance provider, SunLife, has revealed that South Africa is the fourth-most expensive country to die in “at 13% of...

Waddell accepts Olympic postponement

The men's 50m backstroke world champion, Zane Waddell, has shared his views on the postponement of the 2020 Olympic Games, which were meant to...

Two South Africans from cruise ship in Japan test positive for...

The health department reportedly confirmed to EWN on Friday that two South Africans who worked on board the coronavirus-stricken cruise ship Diamond Princess have tested...

Thieves pounce on Springbok fans at OR Tambo

Fourteen cases of theft have been reported to police as thieves pounced on unsuspecting Springbok fans at the OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday...

Bloemfontein rallies behind the Springboks

OFM News interviewed Bloemfontein people and they all had these words in common: “Go Bokke!” Most people said they would watch the highly anticipated Rugby...

Brits to lead Boks in Africa derby

The Springboks have rung the changes for Saturday's Rugby World Cup clash against neighbours, Namibia, in the City of Toyota. The veteran, Schalk Brits, will...

Bokspan onveranderd vir openingswedstryd

Die Springbokke se 2019-Rugby Wêreldbeker-veldtog in Japan skop Saterdag af wanneer hulle die ou-vyand, Nieu-Seeland, in Yokohama die stryd aansê. Die Bokke is al 'n...

Climate change a ‘serious potential threat to Africa’

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says climate change poses a serious potential threat to Africa’s development and prosperity and has urged countries to develop...

Dimoon will shine at Moods & Flavors

Italian born artist, Luca Dimoon (stage name), has included Bloemfontein in his international travelling programme, and if you book your seat in time, you...

Springboks tackle All Blacks in 2019 RWC opener

The double defending World Champions, New Zealand, will get their title defence at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan underway against the Springboks...

The true definition of a ‘close call’

A recent article in Time Magazine was headed: "How Japan Is Preparing for a North Korean Nuclear Attack". Japan's nervousness is understandable. The 20-kiloton explosion...

Torsten leads Cheetahs in Tokyo

Torsten van Jaarsveld to will lead the Toyota Cheetahs on the park on Saturday when they tackle the Sunwolves in Tokyo. The regular skipper, Francois...

Groot Swys well rested ahead of Super Rugby

The former Toyota Cheetahs captain, Francois Uys, is feeling fresh and ready for the 2017 Super Rugby campaign after another stint in Japan. The lock...

Mission accomplished for Cheetahs

It was mission accomplished for the Toyota Free State Cheetahs after the team had hammered Toyota Verblitz 62-13 on Saturday during their friendly match...

Cheetahs destroy Sunwolves 92-17

The Toyota Cheetahs will be jetting off to Australia on Sunday morning with their tails up after trashing the Sunwolves of Japan 92-17 in...

Uys heads to Japan

Francois Uys PHOTO: Phil Walter

Enjoy the moment

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers (middle) has called on the men in green and gold to enjoy the occasion as they fly South Africa's flag during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. PHOTO: LEE WARREN

Nkausu doubtful for Japan Friendly

Davies Nkausu. Photo: Getty Images