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Inclement weather and strong winds may affect motorists on the N3 from Thursday night to the weekend, the N3 Toll Concession said.
Police have arrested 12 people allegedly involved in a foiled cash-in-transit heist near Virginia in the Free State.
Five people were killed and eight others arrested after a cash-in-transit heist was foiled in Bloemfontein.
Free State police have recovered groceries and a hairpiece allegedly meant for illegal miners in Welkom.
A person, believed to be transporting R3 million worth of perlemoen, has been killed in a crash that ended a 100km chase.
A Free State police officer has been jailed for six years for murder, burglary and the discharge of a firearm.
An earthquake expert said Tuesday’s earthquake was the biggest recorded in SA resulting from mining activities.
The Free State government evacuated all public servants from Bloemfontein's two tallest buildings during the earthquake.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested in connection with culpable homicide after three people were killed in an accident.
A student at the University of the Free State told the court that the discussion around his alleged assault should focus on race.
The student allegedly assaulted by two fellow students at the University of the Free State's campus is a racist, the court heard.
Two principals and a teacher have been suspended amid allegations of racism at three Free State schools.
Eskom has agreed to suspend the disconnection of bulk electricity to Free State municipalities, the power utility said.
A seven-year-old girl died when she was hit by a bakkie on the Old Thaba Nchu Road in Bloemfontein.
Correctional services has handed full control of the Mangaung prison to G4S after taking over management of the privately run prison last year.
Police are searching for the body of a seven-year-old boy who went missing at the Vaal dam near Deneysville, Free State.
Medical records do not support the injury claims of a Free State student alleged to have been assaulted by two fellow students, the court heard.
Two men accused of copper cable theft were arrested in Odendaalsrus.
Over 500 racism-related cases have been reported to the SA Human Rights Commission in the past year.
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