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Seleso's got the moves

Article  -  Posted on Thursday, 15 December 2016  -  391 Views  -  0 Comments
FOURIESBURG - Twenty-year-old Lebohang Seleso  entertains people in the streets of Mashayeng village, Fouriesburg, with his jive. This talented young man started singing as early as the age of 13, while still at  primary school, and it was from then that he began earning a bit of cash for his... Read Article

Disabled artist drums up support for Sesotho art

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 09 December 2016  -  600 Views  -  0 Comments
BETHLEHEM - After rising to stardom as a praise singer during President Zuma’s State of Nation Address in 2013, Mahlola Moloi has never looked back as more prestigious events came his way. The praise singer from Bethlehem has been delivering his poetry at the State of the Province Address for the... Read Article

Festival to benefit NGOs

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 02 December 2016  -  537 Views  -  0 Comments
SASOLBURG – Abrahamsrust Nature Reserve in Sasolburg was on fire as the Fezile Dabi Municipality held its annual festival meant to assist in combating the spread of HIV and the stigma attached to the Aids and the virus that causes it. The 13th Annual Fezile Dabi HIV/AIDS Benefit Concert was a star-... Read Article

Cherry Jazz Festival lives to expectations

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 25 November 2016  -  555 Views  -  0 Comments
FICKSBURG- Thousands of Jazz fans flocked to Ficksburg Show grounds to witness the 2016 edition of Cherry Jazz festival which featured top South African jazz artists who did not disappoint. This annual festival managed to attract audiences from as far as Gauteng and Lesotho. Cherry Jazz Festival is... Read Article
"I felt that I need to know where I come from in order to know where I want to be in future”

Zoe Cultural dance reminds residents of their roots

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 25 November 2016  -  425 Views  -  0 Comments
QWAQWA - More than 30 cultural groups converged at the Phuthaditjaba multi-purpose hall in Qwaqwa last Sunday to strut their stuff at a cultural exhibition organised by the Zoe Dance Academy. Hundreds of residents attended the event and thoroughly enjoyed the various dance acts on display. "The... Read Article

Inaugural Flower Fest explodes in colour

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 18 November 2016  -  467 Views  -  0 Comments
PARYS - It was an epic explosion of colour and scent, song and dance, drama and painting with blooming business lurked in the shadows as the inaugural Free State Madeira Flower Festival burst into life in the resort town of Parys last weekend. The two-day flower extravaganza, the first of its kind... Read Article

The Fraternity release debut album

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 18 November 2016  -  652 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - based hip-hop duo, The Fraternity, recently released its long-awaited debut album aptly titled ‘Long Overdue.’ The 16-track album hit the streets last month and made an immediate impact. With the group boasting at least 10 years’ experience in the game, the album title is self-... Read Article

Flower Festival comes to life

Article  -  Posted on Monday, 14 November 2016  -  775 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN- The Free State Flower Festival blooms into life today as the Portuguese island of Madeira converges with the hospitality of the Free State in a joint venture that is set to bring the resort town of Parys pulsating with joy and excitement. Starting today this charming town will play... Read Article

Jazz kick-starts Cherry Fest

Article  -  Posted on Monday, 14 November 2016  -  478 Views  -  0 Comments
FICKSBURG - The Cherry Festival roars into life in Ficksburg this weekend with a one-day Jazz Festival boasting of an array of celebrated local and national artists. The festival that endeavours to promote the heritage of the country’s local talent, will see the likes of legendary Caiphus Semenya,... Read Article

Flower Festival

Article  -  Posted on Wednesday, 09 November 2016  -  21,230 Views  -  0 Comments

Blarney Bros bring Irish feel to Windmill Beer Fest

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 28 October 2016  -  546 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - The sizeable crowd that converge for the inaugural Beer Festival at Windmill Casino was left yearning for more when one of the world’s oldest  contemporary music outfits, The Blarney Brothers, descended upon the sleepy town of Bloemfontein. The Irish music outfit, one of the two... Read Article

Mokoaledi shakes Qwaqwa airwaves

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 21 October 2016  -  686 Views  -  0 Comments
QWAQWA - A young, talented current affairs presenter at the community radio station called Qwaqwa Radio in the Maluti-A-Phofung is making waves on the airwaves.A versatile presenter who can fit into any programme, 27-year-old Joseph Mokoaledi boasts a unique voice that endears him well with most... Read Article

Mbulelo touches lives through radio

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 14 October 2016  -  449 Views  -  0 Comments
PARYS- Popularly known as “PC” by his listeners, Mbulelo Mtshilibe is making his mark as a talented radio presenter in the community radio spectrum. Born in the early 90s in Tumahole Parys, touching lives has always been at the heart of this young man who is passionate about information and... Read Article

Bloem musician makes waves in Lesotho

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 07 October 2016  -  515 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - Breaking barriers and kicking down doors is what has made Slava aka Tumelo Motselloa well known in the Lesotho music scene. The lad from Mafora Location has been nominated for the Best Kwaito Artist Award in the Mountain Kingdom in the annual Ultimate Music Awards. "I am very proud... Read Article

Lechesa to feature at Macufe WordFest

Article  -  Posted on Monday, 03 October 2016  -  644 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - Free State veteran scribe, author and publisher, Pule Lechesa, is set to deliver a paper at the Macufe WordFest on the role of commercial publishers in production and dissemination of literature on 5 October at the Bram Fischer Hall in Bloemfontein.A firebrand speaker and critic who... Read Article
More dance, less talk!

FLUFF fest has fans asking for more

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 23 September 2016  -  513 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - The FLUFF music festival, which was held on the 17th of September at the RAG farm on the UFS campus, has surely left fans yearning for more. The event was graced by several music talents from all over South Africa. This event was a major success with hundreds from all walks of life... Read Article

Controversy surrounds Jolie divorce

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 23 September 2016  -  475 Views  -  0 Comments
Actress Angelina Jolie has filed for a divorce from actor Brad Pitt, her husband of two years and romantic partner since 2005, her attorney said on Tuesday, signalling the end of one of Hollywood's most glamorous and powerful couples. "This decision was made for the health of the family. She will... Read Article

And the beat goes on...

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 23 September 2016  -  384 Views  -  0 Comments
Bloemfontein- long before the days of Free State’s own DJ Prince Kaybee broke charts and won awards, the legendary Beat Records was launched to professionalise the disc jockey profession in the province. Founded by Lebohang Vincent Dhlamini aka DJ Le Vince and Arnold Chiloane aka DJ Anza back in... Read Article

Simple Stories to release album

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 16 September 2016  -  655 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - Music fans can finally get hold of the unique sounds of musical band, Simple Stories. They will be releasing their first EP (Extended Play) today at the Andre Hugenout Theatre giving their fans an opportunity to savour the sweet sounds of some of their popular singles including '... Read Article

Jive group has a few sweet moves to entertain

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 16 September 2016  -  511 Views  -  0 Comments
QWAQWA - Candy Jive is a young dynamic group with a passionate vision to make performing art more accessible to the audience in Maluti-A-Phofung (MAP) and the whole Free State province. The cultural group was founded by 35-year-old Molatudi Moloi in 2011 to entertain and heal the hearts of the... Read Article