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Landlord of squalid Bay building fails to pay rent, tenants booted out

Rubbish-choked, rat-infested hell-holes with dozens of tenants crammed into tiny rooms – and the landlord raking in thousands of rands in rent at the two Port Elizabeth ...

In what the family have described as an “apartheid-style” raid, Hawks officers kicked open doors, ...

Nelson Mandela Bay has come out third-cheapest for prepaid and credit electricity tariffs of all ...

Hi-tech rural security pays off for farmers

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Farmers have gone hi-tech with a new crime-fighting plan with licence plate ...

State urged to tackle water crisis

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The government is violating women’s rights by failing to tackle the water ...

Free legal advice via Whatsapp line set up ...

News

Victims of abuse have free access to legal advice and support via a WhatsApp ...

Parole for Bob Hewitt awaiting review

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The decision to parole former tennis champ Bob Hewitt has been placed on review – suspending his release from prison.

Search for boy pulled into sea at Swartkops

News

A little boy who was last seen being washed out to sea on Saturday evening was still missing on Sunday night despite an ...

Gift of the Givers comes to the rescue of drought-stricken Eastern Cape rural towns

News

Gift of the Givers will on Monday deliver fodder to and source water for farmers in the drought-stricken town of ...

Mmusi Maimane: 'I moved my family because we were getting death threats'

Politics

DA leader Mmusi Maimane moved from the parliamentary village in Cape Town to a R3.85m house in Claremont because he and ...

Cyclone aftermath: More than 150k children need food in neighbouring Mozambique

World

One million people, including more than 150,000 children under the age of five, are facing food shortages in ...

Justice minister Ronald Lamola to review decision to release convicted rapist Bob Hewitt ...

News

Minister of justice and correctional services Ronald Lamola will review a decision by the correctional supervision and ...

Indian team sharpens confectionery skills at Bay school

Weeken Post

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

Only 14 of Bay’s 24 IPTS buses in a working state – DA

Weeken Post

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

Bay residents face criminals head-on

Weeken Post

About 70 men in Zwide, armed with sticks, golf clubs and hockey sticks, patrol the streets between 9pm and 8am to ...

R5,000 bail for farmer in murder trial

News

Twenty protesters, led by the ANC, shouted “Don’t give him bail” outside Komga’s magistrate’s court when Haga Haga ...

ANC expresses 'shock and disbelief' at death of Bavelile Hlongwa

Politics

Mineral resouces deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa was returning from an ANC Youth League event at the Univeristy of ...

Bay water is perfectly safe to drink, says municipal official

Weeken Post

Nelson Mandela Bay municipal spokesperson Mthubanzi Mniki confirmed that several sites around the city had tested ...

Durban teen shot dead by fellow pupil dreamt of becoming a lawyer

News

Fifteen-year-old Moyeni Walter dreamt of becoming a lawyer but his dreams were cut short on Thursday when he was ...

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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