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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...

Shosholoza Meyl: Death toll rises to six

Fatalities in a crash between a truck and the Shosholoza Meyl passenger train this morning at a railway crossing between Hennenman and Kroonstad in...

Missing votes were deliberately omitted, says delegate

A reliable source at the ANC’s 54th Conference at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg alleges that the 68 missing votes in the Ace...

FS choirs promise to bring back platinum awards

Manager of the Thabong Choristers, Mosa Rampone, has vowed to make sure that choirs from the Free State, who will be participating in the...

Rejanala Farms on a global scale

Thaba Nchu-based Rejanala Farms and Projects Pty Ltd, situated in Merino Trust, a village in Thaba Nchu, has been making great strides in the...

Springboks to host England in Bloemfontein

The Springboks will host England in three Tests in Johannesburg, Bloemfontein and Cape Town during the Incoming Series next June. It will be England’s first...

Lesotho author finds her voice

Mother, author, motivational speaker and rape survivor, Carol Natasha Motolo, has turned a harrowing experience in her life into a beacon of hope for...

UFS to simplify assault reporting

For many, half of the trauma of a rape, sexual harassment or assault case lies in the reporting of this incident. Research has shown...

Beauties with brains set to improve their communities

A medical student and a biochemistry and physiology student will be representing the Free State province at the next national Miss Mamelodi Sundowns 2017/2016...

Business minds to discuss small business

Business minds are expected to get together in Bloemfontein for high profile discussions, networking opportunities as well as a business brunch when the Small...