Three killed in Free State accident18/4/2014 17:45
Three people were killed and five others injured when their Toyota Condor overturned on the R26 near Fouriesburg in the Free State on Friday, said paramedics.
Bridge to boost business17/4/2014 9:41
a Zimbabwean-born small businessman lauded the new bridge that was opened in Ventersburg on Tuesday.
Taxi revenue in decline15/4/2014 8:18
Hitchhiking is the “biggest enemy” of the South African National Taxi Council and contributes to the declining fortunes of the industry.
Lekota hits out at Parliament on Nkandla14/4/2014 12:01
Cope president Mosioua Lekota has vowed that he would not be party to setting a precedence that would come back to haunt him by taking part in a parliamentary ad hoc committee on the report of the public protector on the security upgrades at the Nkandla residence of President Jacob Zuma.
Work on ANC church complete14/4/2014 10:30
The upgrading of the Wesleyan Church in Waaihoek, Bloemfontein, where the ANC was born in 1912, has been completed and is nearly ready to be handed over to the Department of Arts and Culture.
Pastors can now study for theology degree11/4/2014 10:51
Christology, pneumatology, soteriology and eschatology are some of the “ologies” that pastors and bishops from various churches learned about during their course.
Manhunt for suspected dagga dealers9/4/2014 8:42
Tweespruit police have launched a manhunt for two men who fled the scene after they were stopped by the police on the N8 road between Thaba Nchu and Tweespruit.
Free State wildlife on sale8/4/2014 15:12
The Free State will sell some 860 excess wild animals from its nature reserves at its annual game auction this weekend.
Zuma warmly received in Free State5/4/2014 12:55
President Jacob Zuma received a warm welcome when he visited the Zamdela informal settlement in Sasolburg, in the Free State, on Saturday.