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Students to take charge of their spending habits

Students don't care about money, they only care about spending it. This is a notion that most people have regarding students and their spending...

Team OFM crowned SAB Beer Tasting winner

The SAB Media Beer Tasting Competition is definitely worth entering as a media team, and after a lot of tasting and guessing, Team OFM...

Free State thrash Boland in Craven Week opener

The Free State U18 team opened their 2017 Craven Week team with a comprehensive 81-26 drubbing of Boland at St Stithians College in Johannesburg...

Miss SA doing well following attempted car hijacking

Miss South Africa 2017, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters was the victim of an attempted hijacking on Wednesday June 7. Sun International have confirmed that the incident...

Knights target all-round performance against Lions

The final round of the Sunfoil series begins this morning at it is also the most important week with anyone of five teams that...

FS hairdresser wins Dark and Lovely Golden Scissors

A hairstylist from Bethlehem wins nationwide search for the best hairstylist. Tshediso Tshabalala (33), won the coveted Dark and Lovely Golden Scissors Awards 2016 at...

Today in History

These are some of the events that happened on this day, in the South African history. 2006    The Johannesburg International Airport is officially renamed OR...

Another fatal bus crash at Harrismith

Free State police are investigating a case of culpable homicide after a bus driver died in a collision on the N3 near Harrismith last...

Today in History

1999    J.M Coetzee wins the Booker Prize John Maxwell Coetzee is a well-known South African author. After completing a degree in English and Mathematics, he went...

South African National Editors’ Forum commemorates ”Black Wednesday”

The South African National Editors' Forum today commemorates Black Wednesday, that historic day on 19 October 1977, when the apartheid government banned newspapers The...

Viagra drug bust of R8 million at OR TAMBO

SARS Customs officials discovered 6 boxes of 80 000 Viagra pills worth R8-million at the OR Tambo International Airport yesterday. The drugs, which are valued...

Today in History

1992   150 political prisoners are released Robert McBride, Barend Hendrik Strydom, Mahetheleli Mncube and Mzondeleli Nondula were among 150 political prisoners released by the government....

Free Dental Screening for Community

The month of September 2016 is set to be ‘Oral Health Month’ as Colgate embarks on another health-benefit initiative that will provide free dental...

Wayde arrives back in South Africa

The World and Olympic 400m champion, Wayde van Niekerk, arrived back in South Africa this morning. It’s the first time the world record holder has...

De Jager in doubt for 2nd Test

The Stormers lock, Pieter-Steph du Toit, looks set for a start against Ireland on Saturday in the second Test match which will be played...

Today, 11 years ago, a severed human leg drops off SAA...

A human leg was dropped from a South African Airways (SAA) aircraft as it was preparing to land at John F. Kennedy Airport in...

The Shimlas fall to UJ

The defending Varsity Cup champions, the University of the Free State Shimlas' incredible 14-match unbeaten run was brought to an abrupt end on Monday...

Broad to play in 4th ODI

English seamer, Stuart Broad, is set to play in tomorrow’s important fourth One-Day International against South Africa at the Wanderers. The visitors will be looking...