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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...

Covid-19’s effect on health system punished poor the hardest

The Rural Health Advocacy Project (RHAP) on Monday released a report highlighting the inequities in South Africa’s current health system and how it was...

SPAR Grand Prix expanded to include Mpumalanga

R1.7 MILLION PRIZE MONEY UP FOR GRABS IN 2022 SPAR GRAND PRIX SERIES The SPAR Grand Prix series is back again this year and will...

FS MEC to launch 2022 Easter road safety campaign

Free State MEC for the Department of Police, Roads and Transport (DPRT), William Bulwane, will tomorrow be launching the 2022 Easter Road Safety Campaign. This...

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...

Departement maak nog twee Vaaldamsluise oop

Opdrag is gegee dat nog twee sluise van die oorvol Vaaldam tussen Gauteng, Mpumalanga asook die Vrystaat oopgemaak word ná die goeie reënval oor...

Sanral road construction shuts operations till January 2022

Construction on roads has been halted for the remainder of the festive season, the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (Sanral) announced. Pretoria Rekord reports, due...

#Gupta affiliate back in FS court

Alleged Gupta lieutenant, Iqbal Sharma, will on Tuesday continue his bail application in the Bloemfontein Regional Court. OFM News reports, Sharma and four others were...

Former FS Agri HOD and Gupta associate back in court

Former head of the Free State Agriculture department, Peter Thabethe, and Gupta associate Iqbal Sharma, are set to reappear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court...

Govt extends national state of disaster until 15 June

Cabinet has approved another extension of the national state of disaster on Covid-19 until 15 June 2021. The Citizen reports, this follows a Cabinet meeting...

‘Pray for rain’ – Samwu warns residents as strike looms

The South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) has warned residents of possible water shortages ahead of an indefinite strike at Rand Water, starting on...

Rand Water ‘has plans in place’ ahead of strike

Rand Water said that it had plans in place to ensure that taps will not run dry if Samwu workers’ strike goes ahead on...

More details released on late Jackson Mthembu’s funeral service

Government has released more details of the funeral service of the late Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu. On Friday it was announced that Mthembu will...

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...

#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...

Covid-19 update: 2,056 new cases identified since last report

As of Thursday, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is 721,770, with 2,056 new cases identified since the last report. The Citizen reports, 53...

#SchoolHolidays: Road users urged to be vigilant

Motorists across Central South Africa are urged to be cautious on the road as traffic is expected to peak. OFM News reports, with most schools...

Heatwave to hit some parts of SA

The South African weather service is forecasting a heatwave in some parts of the country for the next two days. The persistent scorching temperatures will...