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Indian team sharpens confectionery skills at Bay school

The four young men recently arrived in Port Elizabeth from Chennai, India, to learn the art of cake making at Ralph and Cherilyn Gottschalk’s Pastryworks.

Only 14 of the 24 buses in Nelson Mandela Bay’s bus system are working.

About 70 men in Zwide, armed with sticks, golf clubs and hockey sticks, patrol the streets between ...

Return of the Knysna loerie to the Featherbed Nature Reserve

Weeken Post

It was the same fire that destroyed the Featherbed Nature Reserve in June 2017 that allowed the team at the reserve to ...

Bay Mayor condemns Uyinene Mrwetyana graffiti at City Hall

Weeken Post

Uyinene Mrwetyana’s face has been spray-painted on another iconic building in Port Elizabeth, this time the City ...

Celebs fail to ignite #sharethebay tagline

Weeken Post

Did you know that Khanyi Mbau and Cassper Nyovest were in Nelson Mandela Bay this week?

Staff shortages, snakes have Bay clinics in a mess

Weeken Post

Everything from a shortage of supplies, staff and security to complaints about regular visits from snakes as a result ...

Exposed: What Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality hid about our water

Weeken Post

For at least one month in 2018, metro officials detected a cancercausing agent in Nelson Mandela Bay’s drinking water ...

Only a 'sworn enemy of democracy' would make up claims that the judiciary is captured: ...

News

No member of the judiciary has been captured, nor are they corrupt, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said on Friday.

Cyril Ramaphosa calls for peace in xenophobia hot spots

Politics

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday warned scores of ANC supporters that chasing away  foreign nationals may lead to ...

Ramaphosa calls for urgent parliament sitting to deal with gender-based violence

Politics

President Cyril Ramaphosa has summoned the two houses of parliament, the National Assembly and the National Council of ...

Peter Moyo is no longer an employee of Old Mutual - Trevor Manuel

News

Old Mutual says it has ‘reconsidered its stance’ on filing an urgent declaratory order on whether it can bar Peter Moyo ...

'Most wanted' housebreaker bust after crime spree spanning nearly 20 years

News

He's allegedly been breaking into people's homes for nearly 20 years but a "most wanted" housebreaking suspect's crime ...

Nigerians who fled SA 'offered business loans, airtime and data'

News

Nigerians repatriated after a wave of xenophobic violence in SA were reported to have been offered soft business loans, ...

'She died a slow, painful death': dad seeks justice for decapitated daughter

News

A father whose child was gruesomely murdered - her body found in two parts - has spoken out about his family's ...

Mrwetyana's face spray-painted at Port Elizabeth City Hall

News

Uyinene Mrwetyana’s face has been spray-painted on another iconic building in Port Elizabeth – this time at the city ...

Opinion

Organisational design not cause of service woes

In his book How Change Happens, Duncan Green explains that “activists need to look under the bonnet of states and understand them as complex systems that can ...

EDITORIAL | Recognise crime as national crisis

The official crime statistics as presented by police minister Bheki Cele on Thursday did not tell us anything we did not already know.

A new word is needed for xenophobia, but it’s not criminality

As violence against other Africans comes around again, the same responses and narratives ensure nothing will change, writes Cuthbeth Tagwirei

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Return of the Knysna loerie to the Featherbed ...

It was the same fire that destroyed the Featherbed Nature Reserve in June 2017 that allowed the team at the reserve to ...

Bay couturier has designs on saving the ...

Couturier Jason Kieck is the latest of several Nelson Mandela Bay fashion designers to raise the metro’s fashion ...

Lusapho April will run like the wind on Sunday

Uitenhage long-distance runner Lusapho April is planning to make a statement on his comeback to the 42.2km arena when ...

Protesters call on UK to protect Hong Kongers from China

Pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain's consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, demanding London do more to ...

Bay boys off to study, train in Manchester

Six budding sportsmen have the opportunity of a lifetime after they were offered scholarships to further their ...

Trip down memory lane with Simon and Garfunkel

A feast for the ears is awaiting music aficionados when Centrestage brings together the vocal blend of Neil Thomson and ...

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