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23 days ago
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.

29 days ago
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.

35 days ago
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.

36 days ago
#MandelaDay: DA in PE cleanup, soup drive
#MandelaDay: DA in PE cleanup, soup drive

Democratic Alliance leaders in Port Elizabeth commemorated Mandela Day by doing a litter clean up and giving out soup to the poor.

36 days ago
Rhodes struggling to keep afloat
Rhodes struggling to keep afloat

Rhodes University is struggling to meet its target budget to keep it running without difficulty.

36 days ago
E Cape government encourages youth to vote
E Cape government encourages youth to vote

The Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature is continuing its Voter Education Campaign to create awareness around the importance of voting.

38 days ago
Thousands locked out of Madiba’s gravesite
Thousands locked out of Madiba’s gravesite

Bickering and bitterness have left the site undeveloped, but it is well guarded to keep out any visitors.

40 days ago
Denosa mourns nurses killed in crash
Denosa mourns nurses killed in crash

The nursing body said the death of four nurses who were killed on their way to their graduating ceremony was a huge setback.

41 days ago
Mandela Bay mayor listens to protesters’ woes
Mandela Bay mayor listens to protesters’ woes

Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Danny Jordaan brought calm to disgruntled residents in Nelson Mandela Bay Metro’s Northern Areas.

42 days ago
NMMU gives in to protesting students’ demands
NMMU gives in to protesting students’ demands

Nelson Mandela University has given in to some of the immediate demands made by students who protested at various campuses.

43 days ago
Stadium noise keeps Durban awake, again
Stadium noise keeps Durban awake, again

It was another sleepless night for Durban residents when the city’s Moses Mabhida Stadium played host to yet another festival.

50 days ago
‘Voting does not put food on the table’
‘Voting does not put food on the table’
Western Cape

In Merweville in the Western Cape life is hard, and voting for politicians ignorant of their woes is not a priority.

53 days ago
Plan to save PE’s crippled Bayworld complex
Plan to save PE’s crippled Bayworld complex

Bayworld is expected to get a cash injection of over R300 million to save what was once a top tourist attraction in Port Elizabeth.

56 days ago
Claims of collusion in Mandela Bay stadium contract
Claims of collusion in Mandela Bay stadium contract

Afriforum claims in court papers that the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro and the operators of the Mandela Bay Stadium colluded to abuse municipal funds.

57 days ago
Scheme feeds Mandela Bay for Ramadaan
Scheme feeds Mandela Bay for Ramadaan

Food is being dished out across Nelson Mandela Bay as the ‘Helpers Feeding Scheme’ continues to distribute meals to needy ...