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9 days ago
#Fees2017: NMMU students join protest
#Fees2017: NMMU students join protest

A handful of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University students have started protesting and blocked the entrance to the main campus.

10 days ago
Rhodes welcomes #Fees2017 announcement
Rhodes welcomes #Fees2017 announcement

Rhodes University has welcomed the recommending that tertiary institutions should individually determine fee increases for 2017, but to cap it at 8%.

22 days ago
Trollip to freeze contract with Joburg media company
Trollip to freeze contract with Joburg media company

Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Athol Trollip has called for an urgent probe into a contract with Joburg media company Mohlaleng Media.

29 days ago
NMB residents must reduce water usage by 15%
NMB residents must reduce water usage by 15%

Nelson Mandela Bay metro uses approximately 60 million litres more than its daily limit.

29 days ago
Trollip puts spotlight on Eastern Cape tourism
Trollip puts spotlight on Eastern Cape tourism

Newly elected Executive Mayor Athol Trollip says his council’s strategy is to ensure that Nelson Mandela Bay becomes a world-class city.

30 days ago
Now PE high school hit by protests over hair
Now PE high school hit by protests over hair

Another school, Lawson Brown High School in Port Elizabeth, has been hit by a protests by pupils over staff's alleged racist comments about hair.

31 July 2016, 10:50am
Clinic on wheels brings care to the people
Clinic on wheels brings care to the people

A holistic mobile medical service is helping communities in the Eastern Cape access urgent treatment.

25 July 2016, 5:52pm
School takes out bond to pay teachers’ salaries
School takes out bond to pay teachers’ salaries

Astra Primary in Port Elizabeth is so cash-strapped it had to take out a bond to pay the salaries of ten teachers.

19 July 2016, 6:12pm
Prostitutes, crime worry PE’s wealthier residents
Prostitutes, crime worry PE’s wealthier residents

Residents of an affluent Nelson Mandela Bay suburb engaged ANC mayoral candidate, Danny Jordaan, on some societal issues that irk them.