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Police operation on Lesotho border yields positive results as over 200...

During a three-day operation by police aimed at combating transnational or cross-border crimes affecting both South Africa and Lesotho, over 200 stolen cattle and...

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...

It’s becoming harder to stay employed in South Africa

Don’t expect an improvement in the country’s employment figures when Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) releases numbers for the first quarter of 2019 later...

Maimane explains how the DA will put ‘a job in every...

It has become clear that the economic reforms needed in South Africa cannot come from an African National Congress government stuck in the past...

Tributes pouring in for spinning legend

Seen as a true legend by many in his community and in the motor sports industry in South Africa, Leareil Simons (32), better known...

FS plagued by bucket toilets

Inequality in relation to access to safe water and sanitation in South Africa continues to be a cause for concern. According to a progress report...

Labour to host public hearings to review minimum wage on Friday

The Department of Labour has started a high-level series of national public hearings on the Contract Cleaning Sector. The purpose of the nationwide public...

Henning eager to learn in Davis Cup tie

The 17-year-old tennis star from Bloemfontein, Philip Henning, is more than happy to learn from the senior players during next week’s all-important Davis Cup...

Henning in SA Davis Cup team

Marcos Ondruska announced from Seattle, USA on Tuesday his South African Davis Cup side to take on Portugal next weekend in the all-important Davis...

Proteas target a series victory against Zimbabwe

The Proteas will have a series victory in their sights when they face Zimbabwe on Wednesday in Bloemfontein in the second of three One-Day...

SA enters technical recession

In news that analysts hoped to avoid on Tuesday, South Africa officially entered a technical recession. Stats SA announced that the country’s real gross domestic...

Déjà vu in Bloemfontein as Boks win series

The Springboks claimed series victory on Saturday evening by beating England 23-12 in Bloemfontein to win the second Test. This after coming back from 12-0...

Beast to play 100th Test in Bloemfontein

The loosehead prop, Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira, who wanted to become and accountant had he not been a rugby player, is set to become the...

Free State Rugby ready for Springbok Test

It is less than a month before the Springboks host England in Bloemfontein in the second Test of the incoming series. The English will be...

Know your history: 10 facts about Freedom Day

Freedom Day is much more than just another public holiday, or the reason for the long weekend. It is an important day to commemorate...

UPDATE: Polokwane processed meat factory responsible for listeriosis outbreak in South...

‘The source of the present outbreak can be confirmed to be the Enterprise food production facility in Polokwane in Limpopo.’ Processed food manufacturers Enterprise and...

Ramaphosa elected as the new president of South Africa

Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa has been elected by Parliament as the new president of the Republic of South Africa. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng invited MPs to...

Two Free Staters in World Cup Select XI

The South African U19 cricket captain, Raynard van Tonder, was selected by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to be a part of the Under...