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5 Of The Hottest Rides At Bloem Celtic

Bloemfontein Celtic United are currently enjoying a rich vein of form that sees them closing in on the top eight of the Absa Premiership log. Off the field … Read more: 5 Of The Hottest Rides At Bloem Celtic

Deal to train public servants at universities

It concluded and signed partnership agreements with the Tshwane University of Technology, University of the Free State, North West University, … Read more: Deal to train public servants at universities

Win with Bloemfontein Dental Care

At Bloemfontein Dental Care we go the extra mile for our patients. Sit back, relax and enjoy our overhead television screens. If you’re in the mood for a … Read more: Win with Bloemfontein Dental Care

Gauteng’s case to host PSL conclusion

You go to Free State, you have only Bloemfontein. “Where is the majority? We can’t travel people in the road from here [Gauteng] or fly to Cape Town, … Read more: Gauteng’s case to host PSL conclusion

Cross-border crimes leave farmers, workers discouraged

Meanwhile Free State farmers and workers continue to fear for their lives. Less than a week ago, five armed men reportedly attacked and assaulted a … Read more: Cross-border crimes leave farmers, workers discouraged

#YouthMonth: Jozi lovebirds blossom into business owners

Having grown up in different provinces – he in Gauteng, she in the Free State – their paths merged when they both took up jobs at a retail store in … Read more: #YouthMonth: Jozi lovebirds blossom into business owners

Protecting South Africa’s trees from the shot hole borer

… Sciences at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, is one of the researchers who has been alerting the public to the presence of the pest in … Read more: Protecting South Africa’s trees from the shot hole borer

Covid-19 spike: 6 579 cases in the last 24 hours

Free State: 976. Gauteng: 28 746. KwaZulu-Natal: 6 590. More in Home. Covid-19 headache “worse than childbirth” – CT mom describes family … Read more: Covid-19 spike: 6 579 cases in the last 24 hours

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