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Natuurrampe 'eis minder mense in 2013'
Natuurrampe 'eis minder mense in 2013' Genéve - Natuurrampe het in 2013 minder as 22 500 lewens geëis teenoor die gemiddeld van byna 100 000 die afgelope dekade, het die Internasionale Rooi Kruis in sy...
Jessy the Labrador therapist
Jessy the Labrador therapist Bloemfontein - Martie du Plessis School in Bloemfontein has employed a new occupational therapist.
Excellent idea: £600m floating bike path on the Thames
Excellent idea: £600m floating bike path on the Thames London - In an inspired burst of think-outside-the-street strategy, a London consortium is floating an audacious plan to turn part of the River Thames into a nearly...
UK students urged to urinate in shower in bid to save water
UK students urged to urinate in shower in bid to save water Norwich - University students are being urged to urinate in the shower in a bid to save water.
Australian woman safe after 17 days lost in bush
Australian woman safe after 17 days lost in bush Queensland - An Australian woman has been found 17 days after she got lost in the bush in northern Queensland with no food.
Boerewors championship runner-up from NW 'will be back'
Boerewors championship runner-up from NW 'will be back' Rustenburg - Although a manager of a butchery in Rustenburg in North West was not crowned South Africa’s boerewors king, he will definitely be back next time with an...
Three killed in Vereeniging accident
Three killed in Vereeniging accident Vereeniging - Three people were killed in a collision between a car and truck in Vereeniging, paramedics said on Sunday.
Cricket captain supports call for blood
Cricket captain supports call for blood Bloemfontein - The national blood stock levels are currently very low.
California bans paparazzi drones
California bans paparazzi drones California - California on Tuesday approved a law which will prevent paparazzi from using drones to take photos of celebrities, among a series of measures aimed at...
Loss of species even worse than previously thought
Loss of species even worse than previously thought London - The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, the London Zoological Society (ZSL) says in its new Living Planet Index.
The stork arrives for Chevrolet and Protea cricketer today
The stork arrives for Chevrolet and Protea cricketer today Bloemfontein - Chevrolet Knights and Proteas batsman, Rilee Rossouw, will see 2014 becoming even more outstanding for him - following successful South Africa A tours and...
Vet varke en skape met jassies maak die DBV bly
Vet varke en skape met jassies maak die DBV bly Bloemfontein - ’n Opkomende varkboer van Tierpoort buite Bloemfontein en twee skaapboere van Verkeerdevlei het die dierebeskermsvereniging in die Rosestad se nuusbrief...
Kongokoors-slagoffer môre begrawe
Kongokoors-slagoffer môre begrawe Aroab - Die Namibiese boer Kobie Hoffman, wat verlede Dinsdag in die Life Rosepark-hospitaal in Bloemfontein aan Kongokoors dood is, word môre op sy tuisdorp Aroab...
Bekende Bloemfonteinse atleet en akteur 'n pienkvoet ryker
Bekende Bloemfonteinse atleet en akteur 'n pienkvoet ryker Bloemfontein - Suid-Afrika is moontlik ‘n aktrise of atleet ryker.
Vavi urges actors not to rush to replace Generations 16
Vavi urges actors not to rush to replace Generations 16 Johannesburg - Actors thinking of replacing the 16 who were fired from local soapie Generations should not consider it, Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on...
Royal baby: Prince William and Kate expecting second child
Royal baby: Prince William and Kate expecting second child London - The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child.
Northern Cape student wins literature award
Northern Cape student wins literature award Kimberley - A matric student from the Northern Cape High School in Kimberley has been awarded the PUK-Chancellor’s Trust Prize for prose.
National Book Week promotes reading
National Book Week promotes reading Bloemfontein - The country’s longest running reading campaign National Book Week is celebrating its fifth year of success.
Man dra kruis 8 000km oor Suid-Afrika heen
Man dra kruis 8 000km oor Suid-Afrika heen Potchefstroom - Motoriste tussen Potchefstroom en Carltonville moes vandag twee keer kyk om seker te maak dat hul oë nie besig is om poetse met hul te bak nie.
Thabong woman raped, murdered
Thabong woman raped, murdered Welkom - A woman was found dead in Thabong near Welkom, Free State police said on Tuesday.
Ebola misconception bad for travel
Ebola misconception bad for travel Cape Town - Misconceptions about the Ebola virus are a concern to the local and international travel trade, the Tourism Business Council of SA said on Monday.
Cuba introduces new customs limits
Cuba introduces new customs limits Havana - Cuba is bringing in new rules limiting personal imports of foreign goods into the country, where locally-made items are scarce and expensive.
Tenders for 2nd Avenue development close on Friday
Tenders for 2nd Avenue development close on Friday Bloemfontein - It should be clear by the middle of next month who the successful tenderer is for the One FNB Building, which forms part of the Second Avenue development....
The dark side of the 'Izikhothane' culture
The dark side of the 'Izikhothane' culture What would happen if burning your clothes or tearing up money just because, well, you could, was a normal social occurrence? Just another thing to do with your day. You...
Klein-Kariba maak sy deure weer oop
Klein-Kariba maak sy deure weer oop Bela-Bela - Die ATKV Klein-Kariba-vakansieoord in Bela-Bela, Limpopo, is ná ses maande en miljoene rande se opknappings- en herstelwerk weer gereed om sy deure vir...
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