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- 10/15/12--01:35: _Boost for Zuma
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- 10/22/12--01:59: _Cheetahs must win p...
- 10/22/12--02:01: _Cry, the beloved ANC
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- 10/22/12--02:15: _Education system ig...
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- 10/22/12--02:21: _Tender probe underway
- 10/22/12--02:25: _Police foil escape bid
- 10/08/12--02:52: Hospital on auto-pilot
- 10/15/12--01:01: Treasury intervenes in Sanyati debacle
- 10/15/12--01:07: Can the mothers save the ANC?
- 10/15/12--01:12: We can stop ‘president for life’ syndrome
- 10/15/12--01:14: Court orders mental examination for suspect
- 10/15/12--01:17: Prospective drivers sleep in queues
- 10/15/12--01:20: Moqhaka meets with angry strikers
- 10/15/12--01:24: ‘It is Mbeki’s fault’ – ANC
- 10/15/12--01:27: Rape trial of Free State nurse postponed
- 10/15/12--01:32: Free State leadership fight in court
- 10/15/12--01:35: Boost for Zuma
- 10/22/12--01:45: Pre-paid meters preferred
- 10/22/12--01:59: Cheetahs must win playoffs
- 10/22/12--02:01: Cry, the beloved ANC
- 10/22/12--02:04: Wanted: a president to restore the ANC’s credibility
- 10/22/12--02:08: Shack living goes green
- 10/22/12--02:15: Education system ignores life skills
- 10/22/12--02:19: ‘Four dead near Welkom mine’
- 10/22/12--02:21: Tender probe underway
- 10/22/12--02:25: Police foil escape bid
QWA QWA - The deteriorating health delivery system in the countryside stared MEC Fezi Ngubentombi in the face when she visited Mphumelela hospital that is operating without cleaners, an acute shortage of health staff and other problems in remote rural Thabo Mofutsanyana district on Tuesday, October 2.
“Chronic disregard for this requirement across government puts numerous companies at risk and imposes a massive cost on the country in terms of jobs and economic growth. On-time payment by government is an essential national standard that must be enforced by National Treasury.“
As the ANC approaches its watershed Mangaung Conference it is yet time to reflect on the likely outcome of the all important gathering. For months petty and sometimes childish displays of egos within the party has been dominating the news.
Palesa Morudu asks why a president whose term of office ends officially in less than 18 months would need an elaborate system of bunkers at his private residence
BLOEMFONTEIN - Bloemfontein High court Judge, Justice Stephanus Hancke has postponed the case of a Qwa Qwa man suspected to be mentally ill to January 25 2013 to allow doctors to assess him.
QWA QWA - Making an appointment to be tested for drivers at Nelson Mandela Park testing station in Phuthaditjhaba licencing offices is hassle.
KROONSTAD – The shaky truce between municipal workers and their employer following a two-day unprotected strike was set to meet its waterloo at a meeting slated for Moqhaka Local Municipality headquarters offices in Kroonstad on Thursday, October 11.
QWA QWA - Former South African President, Thabo Mbeki has come under fire for lacking a vision to improve service delivery by municipalities despite his high level of education as the blame game raises pitch ahead of the ANC elective congress in Mangaung in December this year.
BLOEMFONTEIN - The trial of a Free State male nurse accused of raping a terminally ill cancer patient was postponed to next year in the Free State High Court in Bloemfontein on Monday, October 7.
Counsel for Magashule and the others, MajellieWessels, said the application was riddled with problems. “They ask the court not to postpone an application fraught with problems.”
QWA QWA – ANC president Jacob Zuma’s bid for a second term at the helm of the ruling party and state got a big boost this week when Thabo Mofutsanayana youths and the Fezile Dabi branch nominated him for the coveted job.
QWA QWA - Maluti A Phofung Council incurred an annual deficit of R81million and is paying R2 million in penalties every month owing to itsinability to collect debts, rampant theft and obsolete equipment which bypasselectricity metres.
SASOLBURG - Supporters of the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division side Toyota Free State Cheetahs are disenchanted by a recent spate of poor performances by their side.
As the 53rd national conference of the ANC approaches, two exaggerated analogies come to mind.
Thabo Mbeki inherited many of the informal powers Mandela had accumulated owing to his stature. At the formal level, Mbeki engaged the committee more regularly and broadened participation by drawing in key players from the alliance in extended meetings, and institutionalising meetings of the six top officials.
“The iShack is the result of our research into how the lives of these people can be improved in a cost-effective way while they wait. We got together with shack dwellers and brainstormed about what they needed to make their lives more comfortable, and then set about designing solutions.”
“We have partners in business who are willing to assist us with the training such as Sida and Sita. I am going to give you hope and empower you to make money without waiting for government hand-outs.”
FREE STATE - Four people were shot dead and another seriously wounded near an abandoned mine in Welkom on Thursday, police said.
By Libuseng Nyaka BETHELEHEM – A probe is underway to unearth unknown people who were paid by government officials in the name of small business enterprises and cooperatives, Free State Premier Ace Magashule has said. Speaking at a two-day Provincial business summit which was held in Bethlehem in the Thabo Mofutsanyana district Magashule said some [...]
SASOLBURG – Sasolburg Police detectives are investigating circumstances under which two prisoners escaped from police custody on Friday, October 12 after they over powered two prison officials who were transporting them to a local correctional centre.