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Queen Elizabeth II dies

Queen Elizabeth II has died. "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening...

Youth Month: Age is only a number – You can make...

Oliewenhuis Art Museum is commemorating this year’s Youth Month by focusing on artists that created remarkable artworks at a young age. According to the Museum,...

Kovsies join Proteas for Quad Series

Kovsie Sport reported this week that two of the University of the Free State’s stalwarts form part of the Protea contingent that will start...

Electoral bodies to discuss risks and benefits of social media

African electoral bodies are meeting in South Africa this week to explore the risks and rewards social media poses to elections. The four-day conference in...

Great-grandson of Mandela to ‘mobilise society’ to defend Sekunjalo, media freedom

Following the Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC) announcement on Tuesday that it had lodged an application to liquidate Sekunjalo Independent Media (SIM), the company that purchased...

Bloem native joins UEFA programme

Bloemfontein’s Natalie Barlow has received the opportunity to get world renowned football development training from Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). Barlow holds a...

Donald, a Hall of Famer

The Free State cricketing great, Allan Donald, became just the third player from South Africa to receive the sport's highest recognition when he was...

Wayde backs new Athletics World Cup

Bloemfontein’s Olympic and double World Championships gold medalist, Wayde van Niekerk, has backed the new eight-nation Athletics World Cup which will be taking place...

Wayde set for 200m final

The two-time 400m world champion, Wayde van Niekerk, is targeting the unique 200-400m double on Thursday evening at IAAF World Championships in London. Van Niekerk...

Elgar and Root set for unique history at Lords

A unique piece of cricket history will be written on Thursday when England and the Proteas lock horns in the 1st Test at Lords. Earlier...

Wayde to tackle 200 and 400 m in London

The IAAF has approved the 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk's request to change the scheduling of the World Championships later this year. This...

Venter set for Springbok Test debut

The Springboks will be naming their team on Thursday afternoon which will tackle England on Saturday in London. Injuries to the team has made the...

Survey reveals that Bloemfonteiners most knowledgeable in sports & leisure

A recent British Airways’ travel survey, which polled travelers in Europe and South Africa to gauge how knowledgeable they were about London, has revealed...

Today in History: 4th February

Historical Events: • 1920: First air flight from London to South Africa. • 1939: The "Ossewabrandwag" (OB) is founded as an Afrikaans cultural and political organisation in Bloemfontein,...

Super Sarel becomes a Baabaa

Super Sarel Pretorius in action against Western Province at the Free State Stadium in the Currie Cup. As with any other team, the exciting scrumhalf was a thorn in their side too. PHOTO: NICOLETTE TALJAARD.

Kimberley boy official reporter for international football tournament

Teboho Msiza, 13, is the official reporter for team South Africa at this year's Danone Nations Cup football tournament at Wembley Stadium in London on September 7. Picture: Supplied.

Royal fever spikes as Kate goes into labour

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was admitted to St Mary's Hospital in London this morning where her labour is reported to be progressing normally. Picture: Supplied.