WANTED | Help police track down these people

The SAPS in Nelson Mandela Bay is appealing to the public to keep their eyes peeled for a number of suspected criminals, some of whom have evaded them for years.

Four Nelson Mandela Bay taxi drivers have been arrested by metro police this week alone for ...

The Mpumalanga education department suspended a teacher on Friday who allegedly locked a grade 1 ...

WATCH | Schoolboy beaten, robbed in broad daylight in Hillbrow


Police have launched a manhunt for the group of men who strangled and robbed a school boy in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.

‘Why shoot a baby?’


The shocked family of Siyabulela Vena, 40, and tiny Asesakhe – who were shot dead in their bed by intruders late on ...

R3m 'cocaine' stash found in bags belonging to woman who had 'no luggage'


A woman who denied checking in any luggage had some explaining to do when two backpacks allegedly stuffed with R3m ...

The Herald Cooking Masterclass restarts with taste of Thailand


The Herald, Capsicum Culinary Studio and Three Peaks Wine are turning up the gas and hosting a second series of The ...

Tekkie Town saleswomen forced to sit in 'naughty corner' to sue


Dear Tekkie Town. I will not be returning to work and I will proceed civilly against you due to the humiliation I ...

New road will link New Brighton and Kwazakhele to N2


A new road that will link Port Elizabeth’s Kwazakhele and New Brighton townships directly to the N2 is on the ...

Work starts soon on moving oil tank facility


Efforts to begin the relocation of the liquid bulk facility from the Port of Port Elizabeth to the Port of Ngqura are ...

Health official at centre of Coega tender row fired


Health department infrastructure boss Mlamli Tuswa, who was at the centre of a Coega tender row, has been ...

Girl’s ordeal sparks school probe


A grade 5 Port Elizabeth pupil was allegedly locked in a sickbay at Sydenham Primary School – and forgotten for the ...

Baby girl and dad killed in suspected hit murder


Baby murdered in suspected hit murder in Zwide.

Lungisa's bail conditions relaxed for China trip


Andile Lungisa, the municipality’s infrastructure and engineering portfolio head, had to resort to the courts to get ...

Stop spending on food, travel - DA


The DA in Nelson Mandela Bay has vowed it would not support the adjustments budget if the governing coalition does not ...

Bosasa blow for PE baby shelter


One of Port Elizabeth’s largest baby shelters is facing an uncertain future after the voluntary liquidation of African ...


Bracken High School teacher applauds student

A teacher from Bracken High School in Alberton, Ekurhuleni, has been lauded after he was filmed praising a student for her good work.


Hope springs from the ashes

On March 10 2017, 13-year-old Rene Roman was sent to the shop to buy chips. Her life was about to end. Rene would be discovered in a Wendy House with her body ...

Towards a more professional and productive public service

One of the main objectives of the next administration, the sixth of the democratic era, is the reduction of the government’s wage bill.

Moves to undermine Cyril

The greatest threat to Cyril Ramaphosa’s reform agenda is of course the unfolding, full-on project launched by the state capture crowd to unseat him from ...

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Vuyo Mvoko | Mboweni’s public service pickle

Shortly after his appointment as finance minister in October 2018, Tito Mboweni was quite candid about his thoughts on ...

SKINNERBEK | Bay artists wax lyrical at event

Darlings! If I didn’t know better, I would swear 2019 was a bolt of lightning in disguise. Can you believe we’re ...

Editorial | Kings need to get a grip on discipline

It is high time for the struggling Isuzu Southern Kings to get a grip on their woeful disciplinary record in the ...

Motocross ready for Bay onslaught

Over 160 riders will compete in the spectacle be part of the event, with and at least 30 riders from across the ...

Motherwell rapper to represent Bay

Motherwell-born rapper Siyavuya “Automatic” Klaas, 26, is set to represent the Bay at the annual Back To The City ...