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  • Two major national routes remain closed due to protest action - News24 June 20, 2018
    News24Two major national routes remain closed due to protest actionNews24... and Marlboro, creating heavy backlogs from the Gillooly's interchange;; Protesters raising housing issues blocked the R59 near Meyerton, south of Johannesburg;; A blockade on Van Reenen's Pass between Harrismith and the Tugela Toll Plaza/Ladysmith, ...
  • UPDATE: N3 at Van Reenen's Pass remains blocked - eNCA June 20, 2018
    eNCAUPDATE: N3 at Van Reenen's Pass remains blockedeNCAProtesters blocked the N3 Toll Route in both directions at Van Reenens Pass between Harrismith and the Tugela Toll Plaza towards Ladysmith on Wednesday morning. Transport Minister Blade Nzimande strongly condemned the blocking of roads as well as ...Van Reenen's Pass 'blockaded by trucks' on N3SowetanLIVE Sunday WorldPICS: Angry […]
  • Free State's first black chemicals manufacturer helps create jobs - Times LIVE June 14, 2018
    Times LIVEFree State's first black chemicals manufacturer helps create jobsTimes LIVEA local chemical manufacturing company is helping to fight unemployment by creating about seventy sustainable jobs in Harrismith in the Free State. Kevali Chemicals is the first Free State black owned chemicals manufacturer of a range of water ...
  • Update: Harrismith Road no longer a river - Ladysmith Gazette June 13, 2018
    Ladysmith GazetteUpdate: Harrismith Road no longer a riverLadysmith GazetteRead also: Water runs down Harrismith Road in Ladysmith. Also read: Overflowing manhole in Princess Margaret Street, Ladysmith. Water was running down the road, over sand, making life difficult for residents and motorists alike. Not to mention the ...

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