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Here’s when the matric results for the Class of 2022 will...

The Department of Basic Education confirmed that the review of the matric results for 2022 is on track. The results for the Class of 2022 are currently...

Saps was aware, but didn’t respond after ‘no man’s land’ meeting...

Namibian police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga confirmed that members of his police force met with their South African counterparts in “no man’s land” on 19...

Roads claim 1 685 in 2021 festive season

A total of 1 685 fatalities were recorded over the 2021 festive season period, statistics released by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula reveal. The figure was...

142% spike in crashes with multiple deaths, says Mbalula

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says there has been a significant spike in crashes that resulted in multiple deaths across South Africa’s roads since December started. Releasing the...

Rabies outbreak and its potential impact on you

The last few months has seen an increase in the number of human rabies cases. This is particularly worrying as with a 99.9% fatality...

21 Acts of Goodness to host activations in Thaba Nchu

The 21 Acts of Goodness will be having activations in Thaba Nchu in the Free State at Tlotlanang Combined School, Albert Moroka High School...

Bfn principals speak on bullying

Bullying in schools is a topic that has been trending this past week as social media users viewed footage of the 15-year-old learner from...

1,464 new cases recorded

South Africa continues to lose lives to the Coronavirus. 90 more people have died over the last 24 hours, taking the total death toll...

PPE tenders: NW municipalities, FS Treasury under fire

The JB Marks Local Municipality and the Ratlou Local Municipality in the North West are amongst those that have come under fire following the...

Gariep and Van der Kloof dams overflowing

The recent rains have helped the Gariep and Van der Kloof dams by the Orange River, with overflowing banks captured. Pictures have been shared on...

104 test positive for Covid-19 at Beitbridge

104 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past four days at Beitbridge border post, Limpopo health MEC Phophi Ramathuba has announced. As a...

Power cuts for FS and other provinces

Power cuts have returned, as Eskom announced stage 2 load shedding for the weekend. OFM News reports that the power utility's system is constrained, necessitating...

#FestiveSeason: Drunk drivers on SAPS radar

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said traffic officials would be on the lookout for drivers under the influence of drugs as well as alcohol this...

Syndicate suspects granted bail

The Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court has granted bail ranging between R5 000 and R10 000 to 14 of 18 suspects accused of fraud connected with...

BFN traffic syndicate suspect nabbed in PE

The Hawks have nabbed the sixteenth suspect in a cross-provincial traffic syndicate that ran out of Bloemfontein. OFM News reports, spokesperson for the Hawks in...

Chill ‘will blow over by Heritage Day’

Residents across Gauteng, Limpopo, and Mpumalanga woke up to much cooler conditions on Tuesday morning, with the mercury dropping significantly throughout the night. The South...

Covid-19 cases spike by 3,359 to 61,927, with total deaths at...

As of Friday, 12 June, the cumulative number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa is 61,927, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced. A total of...

Trade in illicit cigarettes keeps police extra busy

With the nationwide ban on the selling of tobacco products still in place, police in Limpopo have their hands full in eradicating the trade...