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- 10/22/12--02:27: _Matric exams start
- 10/29/12--02:40: _Why we’re facing mo...
- 10/29/12--02:44: _Conflicting opinion...
- 10/29/12--02:49: _Bloemfontein Zoo un...
- 10/29/12--02:55: _Saving a generation
- 10/29/12--02:58: _Hospital cleaners’ ...
- 10/29/12--03:07: _Municipality lose p...
- 10/29/12--03:10: _Magistrate’s son su...
- 10/29/12--03:15: _Elderly hesitant to...
- 10/29/12--03:17: _No longer playing c...
- 10/29/12--03:23: _Magashule survives ...
- 11/04/12--23:49: _Why an ANC split ho...
- 11/05/12--00:02: _Angry residents acc...
- 11/05/12--00:08: _MEC Komphela launch...
- 11/05/12--00:13: _Going beyond duty pays
- 11/05/12--00:18: _Still more to be done
- 11/05/12--00:21: _Not by a long shot
- 11/05/12--00:30: _Ngwathe Mayor promi...
- 11/05/12--00:33: _Temporary reprieve
- 11/05/12--00:34: _Habana named Saru p...
- 10/22/12--02:27: Matric exams start
- 10/29/12--02:40: Why we’re facing more years of Zuma
- 10/29/12--02:44: Conflicting opinions over youth neglect
- 10/29/12--02:49: Bloemfontein Zoo unhygienic: NSPCA
- 10/29/12--02:55: Saving a generation
- 10/29/12--02:58: Hospital cleaners’ jobs safe: Ace
- 10/29/12--03:07: Municipality lose property to sheriff
- 10/29/12--03:10: Magistrate’s son suspected of murder
- 10/29/12--03:15: Elderly hesitant to join forums
- 10/29/12--03:17: No longer playing cat and mouse
- 10/29/12--03:23: Magashule survives putsch
- 11/04/12--23:49: Why an ANC split holds no promise for the future
- 11/05/12--00:02: Angry residents accuse police
- 11/05/12--00:08: MEC Komphela launches Maluti Bus Service Initiative
- 11/05/12--00:13: Going beyond duty pays
- 11/05/12--00:18: Still more to be done
- 11/05/12--00:21: Not by a long shot
- 11/05/12--00:30: Ngwathe Mayor promises to walk the talk
- 11/05/12--00:33: Temporary reprieve
- 11/05/12--00:34: Habana named Saru player of the year
BLOEMFONTEIN - Some 25 000 matric candidates in Free State will on Monday, October 22 begin sitting for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination amid a brazen official declaration that at least 80 percent of them will pass the watershed examinations.
Who will be anointed king at Mangaung? The public discourse suggests that there is a contest for the crown between Jacob Zuma and KgalemaMotlanthe.
BLOEMFONTEIN - There are conflicting opinions whether youth need agencies, leagues and subsidies targeted at uplifting them from the tangle of joblessness.
BLOEMFONTEIN - An elephant needs a new home because of unhygienic living standards in the Bloemfontein zoo, the National SPCA said on Wednesday.
QWA QWA –Traditional leaders and teachers’ representatives have hailed the introduction of the integrated health pilot programme in schools saying that it will save a nation plagued by unwanted teenage pregnancies and HIV/Aids.
BLOEMFONTEIN - Free Sate premier Ace Magashule has dismissed reports that he plans to dump cleaners hired to replace bungling cleaning firms last year for ANC approved cadres.
SASOLBURG - Metsimaholo Local Municipality workers were on Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19 left shell-shocked when sheriffs arrived and impounded property worth millions from their offices over an unpaid debt.
LINDLEY - A Ficksburg Magistrate’s son is one of three men arrested for the murder of a principal of Reikemiseditse senior secondary school Ntha Lindley who was found dead in his house on Sunday, October 21.
QWA QWA - Some elderly people are hesitant to join forums in their villages where they share their common challenges as elderly and bring them to government’s attention but prefer to participate in community groups that offer them incentives, the chairperson of a 64-member old person’s forum Moses Sibi has said.
BLOEMFONTEIN - From playing cat-and-mouse with the police during apartheid days, the South African National Taxi Council (SANTACO) in the Free State region has scored a first in the taxi industry nationally by buying its own property worth R2 million from proceeds of their scrapped vehicles.
BLOEMFONTEIN - The Bloemfontein High Court has thrown out an application brought by six disgruntled African National Congress members seeking to nullify the results of provincial elections held in June on the premises that courts should not be used to solve internal political fights.
The arrogance of power has convinced the ANC that nothing its citizens do or say will affect its dominance, writes Mzukisi Qobo
HARRISMITH – Angry Residents of Intabazwe in Harrismith have threatened to take law into their hands, accusing police of abetting criminal activities by protecting the criminals. Residents told deputy Minister of Police Makhotso Sotyu on a recent tour of the community’s frustration with police operations in the area.
“The transformation of transport system has positively impacted every life, when there is good transport people are able to access services easily and their lives consequently improve.”
KERSTEL - Ntswaki Sibaya, 26, could not believe her luck when she was nominated to represent Free State in the prestigious Best Woman awards. Sibaya was nominated by the South Africa Police Service women network.
HARRISMITH - Days of walking long distances in order to fetch water are over for residents after the Maluti a Phofung municipality spent R65 000 on eight water pumps at Intabazwe.
“This is just a political decision by ANC. Mopeli was put under pressure to resign because there were things that she wanted to be done properly - a thing that ANC does not like. There is no change which will be brought by Sarah Moleleki except to serve ANC ‘s interests without disagreeing with them.”
PARYS - Ngwathe Municipality Mayor Joey Mochela has vowed to improve service delivery and help create jobs, especially for the youth through apprenticeships.
“Under no circumstances can one hold half a million so loosely in the office. If the bank is closed by the time one has reconciled his takings, it is sensible to call one of the many security companies here to keep the money in their vaults.”
Springbok winger Bryan Habana was on Thursday named South African Rugby Player of the Year for the third time, while DHL Western Province picked up a brace of awards as their Absa Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup success was recognised at a glittering ceremony at the Cape Town International Airport. The Sharks also scored off the field, with three awards heading to Durban.