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Destea invites applications from young FS entrepreneurs

The Free State Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (Destea) has opened applications for this current financial year and is...

A slight increase in SA consumer price inflation in May

Stats SA says the CPI inflation was 4.5% in May, a slight increase from 4.4% in April. The consumer price inflation (CPI) was 4.5% in...

Free State has highest percentage of unemployed women

The unemployment rate in South Africa remains higher for women than for men. According to the Economic Empowerment Gender Series Report released by Stats SA,...

The people of SA by numbers

What’s the least appealing province in South Africa … at least to live in? According to the latest population statistics from Statistics South Africa (StatsSA),...

Tighten your belt; the recession may affect you badly

Mpho Ramapala, Manager Education and Communication at the National Credit Regulator (NCR), says the announcement by Statistics South Africa that the country is in...

A high percentage of assaults on women in their homes –...

The most common assaults usually occur in our homes, across all ages, reports Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) in the most recent release of...

Not a time to spend nonchalantly

The average man and woman have no choice but to rethink their daily spending on basic food items. This follows the release of the...

FS households part of Community Survey 2016

More than 80 000 households in the Free State province will be visited by Statistics SA (Stats SA) fieldworkers to gather information for the...

Bucket system still an issue

LERATO LELIA The Free State and the Northern Cape are among the provinces that were most likely to lack access to toilet facilities or to still...

Youth still vulnerable in the labour market

According to the Stats SA Quarter1 (Q1) 2014 Labour force survey that was released yesterday, the youth continue to be vulnerable in the labour...