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Izandla Property Fund announces Inauguration of first development project

A new black-empowered property group, Izandla Property Fund, which is backed by Investec Property (IP) and Investec Property Fund (IPF), opens its first development project. ... Full story

Free State Community Radio Station shut for 'not paying rent'

A popular Free State community radio station has been forced off the airwaves after the sheriff locked down its offices.

Special unit tasked to conduct investigations into Free State housing delivery

According to Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale, a Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has been approached to conduct investigations into the problematic area of housing delivery in the Free State.

Sexwale unveils R300 million Free State housing project

The project is a partnership between government and the private sector, in response to the minister's call for more involvement from those outside government.

Dihlabeng Regional Shopping Centre in Bethlehem construction under-way

Investec Property, Tintswalo Property Group and RPP Consortium continue construction on Dihlabeng, the new retail regional centre in Bethlehem

Growth in Free State Property Market

The Free State economy may be growing at a slightly slower pace than a few months ago, but the BoE Private Clients' Free State Barometer still offers much good news for the local business sector.

Business and home owners see investment, tourism potential in Clarens

A popular tourist town and weekend getaway destination, Clarens in the Free State is seeing an upturn in enquiries for residential property, while most weekends the town is abuzz with domestic visitors from Gauteng, says Anne Maree, Pam Golding Properties’ area principal.

New shopping centre in Free State backed by Nedbank

Bloemfontein will soon boast an exciting new shopping experience when the first Makro store in the Free State province opens its doors in October 2012.

Free State renews focus on healthcare, jobs and education

Bloemfontein - The Free State government has renewed its commitment to job creation and improving education and healthcare in the province.

Free State wants its own power

The Free State needs to generate its own electricity for greater control of its own destiny, premier Ace Magashule said on Thursday.

Centenary celebrations a boost to the hospitality industry

Fourteen trains will transport people to the ANC's centenary celebrations in Bloemfontein, the Passenger Rail Agency of SA said on Thursday.

Sasol Eco Industrial Park launched to promote greener businesses

Sasol’s enterprise development vehicle, Sasol ChemCity, together with the executive mayor of the Metsimaholo municipality and other key role-players, today launched phase one of their Eco Industrial Park in Sasolburg.

Sasol to build R1,8bn gas-engine power plant

Petrochemicals group Sasol announces plans to build a R1.8bn gas-engine power plant next to its electricity generation facility in Sasolburg.

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