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Young artist off to the Big Apple

Katlego Moima, also known as Young Ranger, is a sound engineer, singer and rapper from Bloemfontein who got scouted at the International Model and...

Ramaphosa’s plan to empower women

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the economic empowerment of women will bring the country closer to its constitutional aspiration of meaningful equality between men and...

Fire hazards: ‘Bloemfontein hospitals are safe’

After a fire had broken out at the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg recently, Bloemfontein Courant spoke to the Assistant Fire Chief at the...

Rand Water strike called off pending court interdict

Rand Water has approached the Labour Court in Johannesburg seeking an interdict against a planned strike on Wednesday by the South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu). The...

Nathaniel Julies laid to rest

The slain Eldorado Park teen who died last week, allegedly at the hands of police officers, was laid to rest early this morning. Residents in...

#CoronavirusFS: Matjhabeng experiences a loss

The Matjhabeng Local Municipality in the Free State has lost one of its longest-serving legal advisors to Covid-19. OFM News reports, the municipality, which includes...

Confirmed: Curfew lifted, alcohol sales back, exercise at any time, but...

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on Sunday about developments in South Africa’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread of Covid-19. The Citizen reported, he...

Centlec is losing millions

Centlec in Bloemfontein says copper cable theft negatively impacts their pockets and contributes to power outages. This is after nearly a ton of copper...

Vrystaat-sjef ontvang nasionale kleure

Sjef Lesley Jacobs van die FBI Chef School in Bloemfontein het tydens 'n galadinee in die spoggerige Michelangelo Hotel op Nelson Mandela Square, Johannesburg,...

Expect it to be warm to hot this week

South Africans should not have any disruptions to their summer plans as we head into another relatively sunny week. The South African Weather Service (Saws)...

Young FS entrepreneurs aim to grow SA economy

Young entrepreneurs from the Free State travelled to Johannesburg last week to present their business ideas before the Eskom Development Foundation, this as part...

HCF keeping children’s dreams alive

  The Heidedal Chess Foundation (HCF) is hosting their first fundraising event, in front of the Lee Marco Centre today and they are inviting the...

OFM to flex muscles at Liberty Awards

OFM, the Sound of your Life in Central South Africa, will once again flex its muscles at the Liberty Radio Awards in Johannesburg on...

FS DA promises reform at manifesto launch

The Free State Democratic Alliance held a Manifesto Launch at Botshabelo where Premier Candidate Patricia Kopane urged residents to vote for the “tried and...

Hong Kong seizes $1m of rhino horn in record airport haul

The haul — worth some HK$8 million ($1 million) — was transported brazenly through the terminal in two cardboard boxes, the customs department said. The...

Nonkontwana starts against Golden Lions

The Toyota Free State Cheetahs have made just one change to their starting XV for Saturday’s Currie Cup fixture against the Golden Lions in...

Driver who killed Simba Mhere jailed for 10 years

Handing down the sentence, the judge said the only realistic punishment was a term of imprisonment. The driver who caused the collision that killed Top...

Department takes on ‘bogus’ colleges

The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has been embarking on a three-week long nationwide public awareness campaign aimed at enforcing compliance with...