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The Weekly

January 17, 2017

News:

How to avoid Christmas overspend -

Friday, December 2, 2016

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF WEAVES? -

Friday, November 4, 2016

9 000 children die from diarrhoea -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Bloem man blames rape on porn -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Bloemfontein dad, daughter fight for life -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Thabo Mofutsanyana gears up for initiation season -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Boost for QwaQwa rural schools -

Friday, October 21, 2016

‘It was only a game’ – child sex accused -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Re-opening of taxi rank on the cards -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Govt stands by farmers -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Public officials to get rights lessons -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Cabinet okays hate Bill publication -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Labour goes to the people -

Friday, October 21, 2016

Police issue fraud warning -

Friday, October 21, 2016

The negative of positive thinking -

Friday, October 14, 2016

Mlamleli vows to fight TB -

Friday, October 14, 2016

Municipalities urged to form ward committees -

Friday, October 14, 2016

Western forces behind anti-Zuma calls -

Friday, September 30, 2016

Golfer’s line-up for Peter Itholeng Classic -

Friday, September 23, 2016

Nzimande: Student debt is a global problem -

Friday, September 23, 2016

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    Motheo Tvet does it again

    As the college scoops yet another PMR Diamond Arrow Award for business excellence… The Motheo Tvet in Bloemfontein has scooped yet another prestigious PMR Africa Award after scooping the same in 2014. This was in recognition of the business excellence based on a month long survey of the college’s methods of teaching. The survey was conducted in June while the prize, the Diamond Arrow Award from PMR Africa, was passed on to the college by the PMR Africa during a gala function held at the President Hotel in Mangaung. Addressing the event, PMR CEO Johan Hattingh said his group was…

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    Minister launches transport month

    Transport minister Dipuo Peters launched Transport Month by vowing to tighten the screws on syndicates involved in issuing fraudulent drivers’ licenses, who she blamed for exorbitant statistics of road fatalities. Peters issued this warning when officially opening the Intabazwe Testing Station at Harrismith on Tuesday this week. “We are aware of the syndicates that operate within testing stations where a traffic officer connive with driving school owners to issue drivers licences to people who do not qualify. Some do not even know how to drive but they have a driver’s license obtained in exchange of money. “Such activities must come…

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    Union blasts SAPO treatment of workers

    The South African Post Office (SAPO) has come in for tough criticism from Cosatu in the Free State over what the labour federation calls ‘unreasonable and unacceptable treatment of workers’. This after Cosatu was told that postmen are forced to fix their delivery bicycles when they are broken, and are not provided with protective clothing for inclement weather conditions, according to the union’s provincial secretary, Menyatso oa Mahlatsi, who was speaking following fact-finding visits to post offices around the province. He said: “Deliverymen and women work in very terrible conditions; that they do not have uniforms and protective clothing despite…

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    SACP wants a Morogoro indaba

    Says such a conference will help ANC re-position and re-energise itself in the same way the real Morogoro conference did 47 years ago The South African Communist Party (SACP) in the Free State is calling for a Morogoro-type consultative conference to cobble up a plan to strengthen the ANC’s position as the leading force driving the national democratic revolution. This was said by SACP provincial chairperson, Bheki Stofile, in an interview with The Weekly held on the sidelines of a bilateral meeting that the party recently held in Bloemfontein with the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu). The…

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    Progressed learners won’t hold back FS

    … As Premier Magashule and MEC Makgoe urge matric candidates to have courage and aim higher  Free State education MEC Tate Makgoe says the issue of progressed learners was not likely to affect the province’s pass rate as the selection was more stringent to ensure that only the best students were allowed into grade 12. The MEC said there were no wholesale promotions into grade 12 and students writing their final high school exams this year had proved that they were ready to move forward following the rigorous selection process. Makgoe said this when he launched the 2016 Grade 12…

Popular News

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The man with two hearts

Dec 15, 2016

When a man was fitted with a new heart, his mind changed in unusual ways. Why? The answer reveals a surprising truth about all our bodies, says David Robson: Every second or so, Carlos would feel a small “bump” hitting his tummy. It was the beating of his “second heart”. The small mechanical pump was meant to relieve the burden of his failing cardiac muscles, but Carlos (not his real name) disliked the sensation. The beat of the machine seemed to replace his pulse, a sensation that warped his body image: as the device throbbed above his navel, Carlos had…

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Does sex define our personality?

Dec 9, 2016

We often talk about ‘male’ and ‘female’ personalities – but do they exist? Personality profiles appear to reveal consistent (if subtle) differences between men and women – but are they meaningful? Christian Jarrett untangles a knotty and controversial question: It’s been said that men and women are so unlike each other, it’s as if they’re from different planets – a claim that continues to amuse and irritate. John Gray’s original mega-selling book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, first published in the early 1990s, has sold millions, spawning numerous parodies (such as Katherine Black and Finn Contini’s Women…

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Shopping gives same feeling as getting high

Dec 2, 2016

That feeling. You know the one. The adrenaline rush and desire you feel even thinking about it. You need your next fix. When you’re close to it, you can’t stop yourself — from buying, that is. For some of us, the signs shouting 50 percent off, one-day-only sale and clearance are not so different from the siren call for other types of addictions: the feeling of winning at shopping a sale is not unlike the addiction to alcohol, drugs or even food, therapists say. Even those of us not diagnosed with true compulsive buying disorder (an impulse control disorder recognised…

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Is it right to train babies to sleep?

Nov 25, 2016

It is a nightmare every parent — but especially mothers – has experienced at one point or another. Baby simply won’t sleep and won’t let you either. It will keep crying, sometimes wanting to be fed or sometimes just to be held. You simply cannot have that restful sleep you so deserve. Tough luck for you if you are one of those working moms that must still report for duty the next morning. In the last five years there has been an increase in Europe in the number of consultants who say they can train babies to sleep through the…

Sports

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Sundowns thumped in Japan

A Percy Tau’s scorcher prove to be nothing more than a consolation as Sundowns finished in 6th place at the club world championships Mamelodi Sundowns yesterday fell 4-1 to Asian Champions League winners Jeonbuk Hyundai in their 5th/6th place play-off at this year’s FIFA Club World Cup. Three goals in the first half and a fourth late on from the Korean side meant a Percy Tau’s scorcher prove to be nothing more than a consolation as Sundowns finished in 6th place at the club world championships in Japan. Jeonbuk took control of proceedings from the onset and found the opener…

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AB stands down as test captain

AB de Villiers has resigned as South Africa’s test captain, opening the way for childhood friend Faf du Plessis to take over on a permanent basis. De Villiers, 32, has been struggling with an elbow injury for six months and is out of the three-match home test series against Sri Lanka that starts on December 26. “The interests of the team must always outweigh the interests of any individual including me,” he said in a Cricket South Africa news release on Monday. Du Plessis was praised for leading South Africa to a 2-1 test series victory in Australia last month…

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Stars look to turn the corner

The club announced recently that it had secured the services of Benin striker Mohamed Aoudou in a bid to reinforce its striking force After an indifferent start to the 2016/2017 PSL season, struggling Free State Stars’ intentions to turn their fortunes around and mount a serious challenge in the league have become clear by bringing on board quality experienced players to beef up their thin squad. Ea Lla Koto this week signed former Orlando Pirates defender Rooi Mahamutsa and former SuperSport United and Maritzburg United defender Tamsanqa Teyise. The defenders join Stars in a free transfer following successful trial stints…

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SAFA quashes De Sa claims

… And says no to speculation and rumours around Bafana job South African Football Association CEO Dennis Mumble has quashed rumours linking Roger de Sa to the Bafana Bafana coaching job. The former Ajax Cape Town coach has been linked with the national team job, but Mumble insists the position is not vacant. “In normal circumstances, I would not even want to respond to such speculation but for the sake of football loving fans would like to put the record straight by unequivocally dismissing such rumours,” Mumble said in a press release. “People must understand there is a process which…