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Grootdrink inwoners praat oor verkiesing
Grootdrink inwoners praat oor verkiesing Grootdrink - Tydens die OFM Nuus-span se onlangse Noord-Kaapse besoek, het Owen Kock ‘n draai op Grootdrink buite Upington gaan maak om te hoor hoe die gemeenskap...
Feature: Water Issues
Feature: Water Issues With the general elections looming, South Africans are considering their living conditions as part of the process in deciding which party to vote for. OFM news’ Lerato...
Kenners praat oor 2014 verkiesing verwagtings
Kenners praat oor 2014 verkiesing verwagtings OFM Nuus se Noordwes verslaggewer Dane Beisheim het die volgende insetsel saamgestel, waar hy teen die agtergrond van onlangse gebeure met twee politieke kenners gesels...
Upington inwoners gesels oor 2014 verkiesing
Upington inwoners gesels oor 2014 verkiesing Upington in die Noord-Kaap staan bekend as ‘n belangrikke Suid-Afrikaanse toerisme-bestemming en sy inwoners se vriendlikheid en die dorp se skoonheid is...
Feature: Corporal Punishment
Feature: Corporal Punishment Corporal punishment has been outlawed in schools in South Africa since 1996. However, it is still practiced in homes and by some teachers with sometimes devastating...
Feature: Fuel Pricing
Feature: Fuel Pricing The fuel price increase that kicked in at midnight on Wednesday would have been less had it not been for several adjustments being made. The department of Energy...
Feature: Compulsive lying
Feature: Compulsive lying Dane Beisheim An unsuspecting congregation was shocked when a prominent religious leader was recently arrested in the North West province for his alleged involvement in...
Central SA commemorates Human Rights Day
Central SA commemorates Human Rights Day South Africans are enjoying a public holiday today. OFM News’s Lerato Ledia looked into the history of what makes human rights day so unique and compiled this...
Feature: Nicro's work in the spotlight
Feature: Nicro's work in the spotlight Duane Petrus   The National Institute for Crime Prevention and Re-integration of Offenders (Nicro) has been working with people who commit criminal offences for...
Feature: World Consumer Rights Day celebrated
Feature: World Consumer Rights Day celebrated Sabrina Dean   Bloemfontein - World Consumer Rights Day was celebrated on Saturday.   OFM News' Sabrina Dean caught up with consumer Ombudsman...
How much salt does the human body need?
How much salt does the human body need? Thandi Xaba Bloemfontein -  Last week marked World Salt Awareness Week.   How good or not is salt really for the body and how much do we need?   OFM...
Feature: Eskom explains load shedding particulars
Feature: Eskom explains load shedding particulars Owen Kock   Bloemfontein - Last week South Africans were shaken to the core with the possibility of load shedding for the first time since 2008....
Political parties pledge to adhere to IEC's code of conduct
Political parties pledge to adhere to IEC's code of conduct Refilwe Mekoa Bloemfontein - Thirteen political parties in the Free State pledged last week in Bloemfontein to oblige by the Independent Electoral Commission’s...
Feature: Parents struggle with school fees
Feature: Parents struggle with school fees With the current high cost of living and the recent hike in the fuel price, many middle-class parents are struggling to pay their children’s school fees. OFM’s Duane...
Feature: Humanitarian work by Gift of the Givers Foundation
Feature: Humanitarian work by Gift of the Givers Foundation In August this year, it will be 22 years since the humanitarian organisation Gift of the Givers was formed in Istanbul, Turkey, by now world renowned medical doctor...
Feature: Valentine's Day
Feature: Valentine's Day Today is Valentine’s Day… but is love really what it’s all about? OFM News takes a look back at where it all started, and how Central South Africans are celebrating...
Feature: Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902
Feature: Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 The South African government says it’s negotiating with the Department of Basic Education, to ensure that the correct version of the country’s history will be taught at...
Feature: Lospryse
Feature: Lospryse Die gyselaarsdrama in Jemen, waar ‘n oud-Bloemfonteinse onderwyser Pierre Korkie steeds deur Al-Kaïda-militante gevange gehou word, het die land aan die gons en ruk...
Feature: Rook
Feature: Rook ’n Nuwe jaar gaan meestal gepaard met talle nuwejaarsvoornemens, en die gewildste hiervan is sekerlik die voorneme om op te hou rook. OFM Nuus se Dane Beisheim het...
Feature: Skenk bloed die feestyd
Feature: Skenk bloed die feestyd Ons almal weet dat bloed jou lewe kan red, tog is baie van ons steeds traag om bloed te gaan skenk. OFM se Maricelle Botha het gaan uitvind wat jou bloed werklik werd...
Feature: Madiba's Qunu funeral
Feature: Madiba's Qunu funeral Today, former president Nelson Mandela will be laid to rest in his ancestral home of Qunu in the Eastern Cape. Some 100 000 people visited the Union Buildings in...
Feature: Xhosa burials, culture and traditions
Feature: Xhosa burials, culture and traditions The Xhosa culture and traditions regarding funerals and mourning of a deceased person is been described by Galoome Shopane. She spoke to people regarding the...
Feature:  World F2 Powerboat Championship
Feature: World F2 Powerboat Championship The finals of the World F2 Powerboat Championships will take place for the first time on African soil tomorrow. The event, taking place at Abrahamsrust in Sasolburg,...
Feature: Mandela's legacy
Feature: Mandela's legacy Even in the midst of mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela, South Africans and people across the world believe it is critical to continue building on Madiba’s legacy...
Feature: Mandela Streets
Feature: Mandela Streets Long before the announcement of the passing of former President Nelson Mandela, 4th street in Houghton was a hive of activity, as was Vilakazi Street in Soweto. Both...
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