10 hrs ago
Mbeki appears to be back in ANC's good books
In what appears to be an attempt to mend rocky relations between the party and former president Thabo Mbeki, the ANC has sent him its "revolutionary birthday greetings" on his 71st birthday.
12 hrs ago
Partially sighted bowler seeks gold
DESPITE deteriorating sight, Port Elizabeth's Gwen Nel is fully focused on achieving a fourth gold medal when the World Bowls Championship for blind and partially sighted bowlers takes place in Worthing, England, next month .
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Bid to free kidnapped SA couple continues
We don't want to kick you out of SA because this is your home too. But we want your co-operation in helping to address the issues of the past, says Esethu Hasane .
The Breakfast Special delivers a first
Armed only with one blanket, presenters Andre Kunz and Anna Visser braved the bitterly cold weather of 0.5A C and successfully staged OFM's very first mobile radio broadcast on a back of a trailer driven around Bloemfontein.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
SA troops off to Goma
Esethu Hasane says he wonders why the DA are focusing on Gauteng if they want to improve the living conditions of the poor.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
S. Africa's Mandela remains in hospital for 7th day
Schoolchildren in Nelson Mandela's home village are singing songs in his honor and others are leaving balloons and well wishes outside the hospital where he is being treated.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Cabinet denounces racism
The ANC youth league's national task team co-ordinator, Magasela Mzobe, talks about Julius Malema's new political party.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Nelson Mandela in hospital 4th day as South Africa presidency says condition still serious but stable
Nelson Mandela raises a clenched fist arriving to address a rally a few days after his release from jail, Feb. 25, 1990, in the conservative Afrikaaner town of Bloemfontein, where ANC was formed 75 years ago.
Cold has SA in icy grip
Whenever people protest against poor service delivery, the leaders of that region can be blamed.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Caterers fight for ANC money
Eighteen months ago, at the ANC's centenary celebrations in Bloemfontein, party bigwigs and invited international dignitaries dined on three-course buffet meals that included meat roasts, traditional South African dishes and decadent desserts, all costing more than R1 million.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
South Africa: Mandela taken to hospital
Anti-apartheid leader and African National Congress member Nelson Mandela raises clenched fist, arriving to address mass rally, a few days after his release from jail, 25 February 1990, in the conservative Afrikaaner town of Bloemfontein, where ANC was formed 75 years ago.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Water restored to Bloem hospital
Brett Archibald, a surfer who got lost at sea while on a surfing expedition in the Mentawi Strait in Indonesia, speaks to News24 about his ordeal.
School racism suspensions welcomed
The suspension of a teacher and principal at a primary school in Bloemfontein following allegations of racism was welcomed by the NCSGB on Friday.
Taps are dry at Bloemfontein hospital
The National Hospital in Bloemfontein is without water after a pipe burst on Friday, the Free State health department said.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
SA couple held by al-Qaeda
Pierre Korkie, pictured, was a teacher at Grey College in Bloemfontein and Yolande a preprimary teacher.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Chaotic, broke ANCYL in freefall
Reacting to a Johannesburg High Court application for the liquidation of the league, ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said in court papers that the ANCYL had neither assets nor money to settle the R15 million in lawsuits against it.
Guru displays pin-up designs
AMONG the cream of Nelson Mandela Bay fashion talent at The Herald Bridal Fair was a new face: designer Gerhard Meiring, who aspires to create garments that make his clients feel like celebrities.
21 years for killing pregnant girlfriend
A Bloemfontein man was jailed for 21 years by the Free State High Court on Wednesday, for killing his pregnant girlfriend.
Racism rife at Free State schools: Sadtu
Racism is rife at schools across the Free State and requires an investigation, the SA Democratic Teachers' Union said on Wednesday.
Kidnap couple's family devastated
The family of a South African couple held captive by kidnappers in Yemen are devastated by the lack of updates from the Middle Eastern country.