OFM News

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OFM News, in touch with your world. Covering local and national news focusing on the Free State, Northern Cape, North West and the Vaal. See more: https://www.ofm.co.za/News

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25
MAR
8am

Agri podcast: MEC delivers Agri budget speech

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Free State has budgeted an amount of R3.4 million to repair 17 earthen dams, erect 48 kilometres of fencing and develop two farm access road bridges that were damaged in floods.
13
MAR
1am

Businesses community commits to rebuild Matjhabeng

It is time that the business community starts lending a helping hand to the Matjhabeng Municipality in the Free State. This, according to local businessman, Jakes Jooste, during the the launch of the Matjhabeng Community Forum. The event, hosted by the local business community and the Executive Mayor of Matjhabeng Thanduxolo Khalipha, was graced by roughly 300 business men and women across Matjhabeng. Jooste, in an interview with OFM News, said it's high time the local community gets involved - as it is the only way to rejuvenate local economy. Mayor Khalipa also pledged his support to the initiative, adding Matjhabeng's people must unite to rebuild the city. Khalipha confirmed an amount of R1.8 billion has been received from the National Treasury, of which R64 million will be set aside to renew water and sewerage treatment around Matjhabeng.

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