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Old Mutual National Choir Festival 2019 is back

The Old Mutual National Choir Festival (NCF), which has brought the best of choral music to the continent for 42 consecutive years, will be...

Ramaphosa booed, then cheered at Mugabe funeral service

President Cyril Ramaphosa received a hot and cold reception in Zimbabwe on Saturday afternoon as he was first booed and later cheered at as...

SA mourns ‘great freedom fighter’ #RobertMugabe

The South African government on Friday expressed "great sadness" over the passing away of Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe, who ruled his country for...

Zim coaches visit the Cheetahs

The Toyota Cheetahs recently hosted five visitors to the Free State in the form coaches from Zimbabwe who wanted come and learn from a...

Steyn questions the Bloemfontein pitch

The Proteas fast bowler, Dale Steyn, has questioned the quality of the pitch that was used for the 2nd One-Day International at the Mangaung...

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...

National Chess Open hosted by City of Roses

Bloemfontein is currently hosting the 2018 edition of the South African Open Chess Championship which is being held in conjunction with the Free State...

Kampeer in ‘n woonwa met oemf!

Die word "pzazz" beteken onder meer aanloklik, lewenskrag, mooi en is 'n beskrywende word vir iets met oemf. Dit is ook die naam van...

Saints on winning streak in Zimbabwe

The Saint Andrew's first cricket team enjoyed a hugely successful tour to Zimbabwe over the long weekend, by winning all six matches played as...

Linguist completes PhD in Xhosa

Linguistic activist, Hleze Kunju, has become the first person to complete his PhD studies in Xhosa at Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape. Kunju, a...

Jayme-Sue wins African Cup in Zimbabwe

Bloemfontein's versatile junior sportswoman, Jamey-Sue Vermaas, is on a roll. She has produced excellent triathlon performances in 2016 and from her upward spiral, especially...

Today, 12 years ago, Tutu issues warning against BEE & Government...

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, issued a stern warning against the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) while delivering a speech at the second annual Nelson Mandela...

Illegal immigrants caught wrapping food parcels for illegal miners

Free State police have caught 13 illegal immigrants busy wrapping food parcels for illegal miners in Welkom. Members of the Welkom POP Unit led by...

More illegal miners arrested in Welkom

Free State police have arrested 16 illegal miners from Eland shaft mine Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabwe of Harmony in Welkom. Spokesperson Stephen Thakeng says most...

Today, 44 years ago, Zimbabwe withdraws from Summer Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) requested that Zimbabwe (formerly known as Rhodesia) to withdraw from the Summer Olympic Games held in Munich, Germany, on...

Seventy illegal miners to appear in court

Seventy illegal miners to appear at the Welkom Magistrate Court on Monday, on charges of attempted theft of gold bearing material, trespass and immigration. This...

Zimbabweans threaten to shut down border post to SA

Zimbabweans are threatening to shutdown Beit Bridge, which is their country's main border post to South Africa. This is to show their anger over...

Zimbabwean national meeting to be held today

This afternoon the Zimbabwean Minister of Finance, Minister of Public Service and the Reserve Bank Governor will hold talks with regard to civil servants...