Cricket tour anticipated to attract 13 000 first timers to Bloemfontein

Free State Cricket Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Johan van Heerden, anticipates that the upcoming SA vs Eng One Day International (ODI) series will draw 13 000 first timers to Bloemfontein. The Free State Cricket boss tells the OFM Business Hour that the presence of these spectators in the ‘City of Roses’ for the weekend will inject much needed revenue into the Free State economy.
25 Jan 1PM English South Africa Business · Daily News

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