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Incident at Bloemfontein Airport
Mon, 31 August 2009
During a routine perimeter patrol, a person was found to be inside the perimeter of the Bloemfontein airport. The person was immediately apprehended and taken to the SAPS at the airport.
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La Mercy Update - June 2009
Thu, 27 August 2009
South Africa has proven its capability to handle all types of events especially with the success of the recent Confederations Cup, British and Irish Lions tour and the Indian Premier League. Now with less that a year to go for the big event in June 2010, it is all systems go for the all infrastructural projects in Durban related to the event.
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La Mercy Update - July 2009
Thu, 27 August 2009
As the time marches on towards the completion of all major infrastructure in the country before the FIFA 2010 World Cup, it is obvious that plans are in place to ensure all projects are ready. The same can be said of the completion of the new airport at La Mercy, as all areas of the project are taking great shape.
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Media Statement 24 August 2009
Mon, 24 August 2009
O.R. Tambo International Airport hosts welcome celebration for the athletics team at the Piazza Parking facility.
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