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  • Magnificent halls of the mountain kings - Independent Online

    21 Nov 2014 | 6:04 pm

    Magnificent halls of the mountain kings - Independent Online Independent OnlineMagnificent halls of the mountain kingsIndependent OnlineThe Wild Horses Lodge near Harrismith. A stone mansion, perched high on a koppie above the rocky shores of the vast Sterkfontein Dam and which could have been featured in a San painting, was our first stopover. Being taken out for a water[…]

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  • Pretoria Zoo loses two lions - Independent Online

    20 Nov 2014 | 7:30 pm

    Pretoria Zoo loses two lions - Independent Online Independent OnlinePretoria Zoo loses two lionsIndependent OnlinePretoria - Two lions from the Pretoria Zoo will be moved to the Glen Garriff Lion Farm in Harrismith, Free State, the National Zoological Gardens of SA said on Thursday. “The lions, Emma aged 17 and Amber aged 15, will be housed at this[…]

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  • KwaZulu-Natal set for industrial boom - Independent Online

    20 Nov 2014 | 8:02 am

    KwaZulu-Natal set for industrial boom - Independent Online Independent OnlineKwaZulu-Natal set for industrial boomIndependent OnlineThe Department of Trade and Industry has already earmarked the recently launched Dube TradePort and the Tshiame IDZ in Harrismith as the first to be transformed into special economic zones as soon as the regulatory framework had been established.

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  • Actually, Mr President, you're wrong... - News24

    10 Nov 2014 | 2:35 pm

    Actually, Mr President, you're wrong...News24Some may know of the R74 between Bergville and Harrismith. This road has stood useless since 2009. Google it. Need I say more? This ridiculous state of affairs has caused establishments to close, resulting in loss of jobs and future opportunity in an ...

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  • Seven days in SA - Mail & Guardian Online

    10 Nov 2014 | 1:20 pm

    Seven days in SAMail & Guardian OnlineSince a road rehabilitation contract fell apart in 2010, the R74 - the road between Harrismith and Olifantshoek in the northern Drakensberg - has been a potholed mess. Residents say that the road's terrible condition has been a major factor in a slump ...

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  • R100-million to fix tender road to ruin - Mail & Guardian Online

    7 Nov 2014 | 6:43 am

    R100-million to fix tender road to ruin - Mail & Guardian Online Mail & Guardian OnlineR100-million to fix tender road to ruinMail & Guardian OnlineFour years after a R100-million provincial government contract crashed in the Free State – driving a large civil engineering company into bankruptcy and rendering a major road impassable –the province has finally taken action to repair the disaster.[…]

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  • Free State's medicine supply in a state of 'provincial emergency' - Mail & Guardian Online

    8 Aug 2014 | 1:46 pm

    Free State's medicine supply in a state of 'provincial emergency'Mail & Guardian OnlineThe surveyed hospitals and clinics were located in Harrismith, Qwa Qwa, Bultfontein, Brandfort, Bloemfontein and Ficksburg. All of them reported stock-outs and shortages of common medicines such as antiretrovirals, tuberculosis drugs and paediatric ...

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  • No power cuts for Free State - Independent Online

    1 Aug 2014 | 8:24 pm

    No power cuts for Free State - Independent Online Independent OnlineNo power cuts for Free StateIndependent OnlineTowns and municipal areas affected would have been Harrismith, QwaQwa, Kestell, Tshiame, Phuthaditjhaba, Tsheseng, and Witsieshoek. A similar notice was published for the Ngwathe municipality, which apparently owed more than R188m. Towns and ...and more »

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  • Horror attack at Harrismith guest house - Independent Online

    22 Apr 2014 | 9:49 am

    Horror attack at Harrismith guest house - Independent Online Independent OnlineHorror attack at Harrismith guest houseIndependent OnlineDurban - He was the one who welcomed visitors to the guest house and made sure they had a comfortable and pleasant stay. But the same man who had earlier shown the Pope family – who had arrived for the Easter weekend from[…]

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  • BUSINESS DAY TV: Transnet ruffles feathers in Richards Bay - BDlive

    25 Oct 2013 | 11:00 am

    BUSINESS DAY TV: Transnet ruffles feathers in Richards BayBDliveIn the past, if a person wanted to know where their container was, and it was on a truck, they could phone the driver and the driver could say, just stopped over in Harrismith. But with rail it was not always possible[…]

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