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Labour road show underway in Botshabelo

Scores of residents have arrived to be part of road show organised by the Free State Department of Labour, which is currently underway at the Rea Hola Shopping Complex in Botshabelo, Free State.

The provincial department explains that over the next three days, it will be targeting residents, who have issues with receiving payments from the Compensation and Unemployment funds.

OFM News's journalist, Pulane Choane reports that over 500 hundred people are currently on the scene.

'No swine flu reported' - FS Health

The Free State Department of Health has confirmed that no cases of swine flu have been reported in the province. According to spokesperson Mondli Mvambi, the department has checked with the necessary laboratories to determine if there are any laboratory test results that may be indicative of any swine flu cases in humans and nothing was found. This follows after messages were circulating on social media warning people against possible swine flu infections.

Landbounuus-podcast: Twee leierfigure verteenwoordig SA op internasionale vlak

Twee leierfigure in die Suid-Afrikaanse landboubedryf verteenwoordig dié land nou op internasionale vlak by die Wêreldlandbou-organisasie. Theo de Jager, die Suider Afrika Agri Inisiatief, oftewel Saai, se uitvoerende direksievoorsitter, is vandeesweek in Luxemburg vir die tweede termyn agter eenvolgens tot president van dié internasionale organisasie verkies. Daarmee saam het De Jager in 2017 die eerste Suid-Afrikaner geword wat tot die posisie verkies is. Omri van Zyl, die uitvoerende direkteur van Agri SA, is tot fasiliteerder vir die globale koöperasies-werkgroep van dié internasionale organisasie verkies. Van Zyl sê dié werkgroep gee aan Agri SA toegang tot internasionale betrokkenes, terwyl ’n vertoonvenster vir Suid-Afrika se eie wêreldklas agri-besighede uitgebou kan word. Agri SA hou die Suid-Afrikaanse setel by dié internasionale organisasie en was 'n stigerlid daarvan in 2011.

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