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  • Country Marks Milestone On DTT -

    27 Aug 2015 | 11:18 am

    Country Marks Milestone On DTTAllAfrica.comThis follows the announcement by SENTECH on Monday that two of the four Greenfield DTT transmitter sites, located in Harrismith in the Free State and Ngqeleni in the Eastern Cape, were recently switched on. This transmitter site expansion ensures a ...

  • DTT increases reach in South Africa - Rapid tv news

    25 Aug 2015 | 8:50 am

    DTT increases reach in South AfricaRapid tv newsSouth Africa's digital terrestrial transmission (DTT) system has grown to cover 84.46% of the population and provide 58.49% geographic coverage, after two greenfield sites went live in Harrismith, Free State and Ngqeleni, Eastern Cape. The switching on ...and more »

  • Return to not-so-Little Switzerland - Independent Online

    13 Aug 2015 | 8:13 am

    Return to not-so-Little SwitzerlandIndependent OnlineApart from the prospect of a festive time, I had long had a yen to return to the place where I spent happy times as a youngster in the 1970s, and was dismayed to read a few years ago that the road from Harrismith and up[…]

  • Scheepers Announces Retirement -

    10 Aug 2015 | 11:08 am

    Scheepers Announces RetirementAllAfrica.comBorn in Harrismith, Free State, 31-year-old Scheepers turned professional in 2000. Scheepers reached a career high singles ranking of 37th (October 2011) and doubles ranking of 42nd (April 2014). Scheepers has won one singles (Guangzhou 2011) and ...

  • Please Mom, won't you take us to Durban? - Independent Online

    7 Aug 2015 | 7:18 am

    Please Mom, won't you take us to Durban?Independent OnlineThen there were the pit stops we had to make until we finally, thankfully, reached Harrismith. By then, we were all tearing our hair out. But after an hour at the Wimpy, where we had lunch and the kids used the play[…]

  • New Durban-to-Jozi route under fire - Independent Online

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:54 am

    New Durban-to-Jozi route under fire - Independent Online Independent OnlineNew Durban-to-Jozi route under fireIndependent OnlineDurban - Plans to shorten the main Durban-to-Johannesburg freeway via a new Sanral toll route are likely to destroy more than 1 600 jobs and cost the Harrismith economy up to R890 million a year in lost revenue. The plan to build a new[…]

  • KwaZulu-Natal rain provides relief - Independent Online

    26 Jul 2015 | 11:08 am

    KwaZulu-Natal rain provides relief - Independent Online Independent OnlineKwaZulu-Natal rain provides reliefIndependent OnlineTwo men were seriously injured when two trucks collided on the N3 near Harrismith yesterday. In a separate incident, seven people were injured when a taxi crashed into a car at the junction of West and Prince Alfred Street. Two people were injured when ...and[…]

  • Municipal employees are 'ignored' by their employers - The New Age Online

    15 Jul 2015 | 11:50 pm

    Municipal employees are 'ignored' by their employersThe New Age OnlineThey are also demanding proper uniforms for field workers, roadworthy vehicles to be given to drivers, proper waste removal trucks for the refuse department and that all vacant positions be filled in the three areas of Harrismith, Kestell and QwaQwa ...and[…]

  • Fear of violence threatens health hearing - Independent Online

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:41 pm

    Fear of violence threatens health hearing - Independent Online Independent OnlineFear of violence threatens health hearingIndependent OnlineAnna Motaung from Harrismith, Free State told the commission how she struggled to find her dying daughter amid the province's allegedly broken referral system. Motaung's daughter had been transferred from her local clinic to the Elizabeth Ross Hospital ...and more »

  • Residents strike - News24

    17 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am

    Residents strike - News24 News24Residents strikeNews24THE fuming Intabazwe residents in Harri-smith promise to strike until the executive mayor of the Maluti-a-Phofung Municipality, Vusi Tshabalala, and his municipal manager, Charles Taetsane, resign. “We want to be led by a competent mayor and municipal ...

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