Why the MBDA’s in trouble

With financial woes, the board’s term about to expire and no service delivery agreement in place, the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) is in serious trouble.

The inclusion of South Africans in Disney’s The Lion King is significant, actor John Kani says.

Members of the Red Location development committee have given the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality ...

Games with a worthy aim


“If you can make a sandwich, then you can code” is the concept that, according ...

Veterans pay tribute to Mandela


“There are those children known as the EFF who make a lot of noise screaming ...

Reserve Bank cuts repo rate by 25bps to 6.5%


The Bank also slashed its GDP growth forecast for the year from 1% to 0.6% ...

Frere Hospital finds beds for ‘long-suffering’ patients


The orthopaedic patients found lying in Frere Hospital’s overcrowded corridors earlier this week were whisked away to ...

Zimbabwe suspended by ICC


International cricket chiefs on Thursday suspended Zimbabwe over a failure to keep the sport free from government ...

More than 100 neglected, sick dogs and a pig found at animal 'sanctuary'


A bleeding basset hound. A labrador unable to stand. A boerboel with deformed legs.

'Death squad' cop dies a day after charges dropped


A member of the so-called "Cato Manor death squad" died on Thursday, a day after charges had been withdrawn against the ...

'Of course, you are racist. You are,' Jackson Mthembu tells EFF MPs


Minister Jackson Mthembu has accused the Economic Freedom Fighters of being racist towards South Africans of Indian ...

Tensions simmer over foreign hawkers


Rising tensions between groups of South African street vendors and two Zimbabwean hawkers operating in Port Elizabeth’s ...

Southeast Asia's meth gangs making $60 billion a year: UN


Crime groups are also piggybacking on improved infrastructure to hustle Made-In-Myanmar meth to neighbouring drug ...

South Africa not co-operating in arrest of genocide suspect: UN court


The chief prosecutor of a UN tribunal on Wednesday accused South Africa of failing to co-operate in the arrest of a ...

Lies trip up serial litigator


A serial litigator’s grand story of an assault that launched him 2.5m away left a magistrate a little perplexed as to ...

Body found in Swartkops River


The body of an unknown man was found in Swartkops river on Wednesday afternoon.

Johnny Clegg laid to rest in private funeral


The funeral took place in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

Taxi owner shot in leg outside house


A taxi owner was shot in the leg after two gunmen tried to kill him outside his Motherwell home on Wednesday evening.

Time of tribute, not tears for Nomhle Nkonyeni, says John Kani


“She was talent itself, and while this is a sad time I am not going to cry.”Venerated South African actor John Kani, ...


Dream Chasers - Trail running dad does it for his kids

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Nothing gained from destruction

In a poor, rural township about 66km west of Klerksdorp, with a sparse population, the government built a “state-of-theart library” to the tune of R12m.

... is Zuma a Bourne survivor who’s as clueless as Jon Snow?

In case I've being too harsh on the old man, here's a sympathetic take on some of his statements at the probe so far

Is Zuma just a narcissist with a bizarre blind spot? Or ...

His wilful ignorance explains why the Guptas got away with so much and why he endangered SA's security

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Youngsters set to make a splash

A band of Nelson Mandela Bay swimmers are competing in the Bled Swimming Challenge in Slovenia at the weekend.

‘Pogba doesn’t need to leave’

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Paul Pogba that he does not need to leave Manchester United to fulfil his ambitions, ...

Australia name team to face the Springboks at Ellis Park

Australia have selected uncapped Melbourne Rebels number eight Isi Naisarani for the Rugby Championship opener against ...

AB admits life after Proteas not easy

When AB de Villiers ended his international career on May 23 2018, the cricket world stopped.

How nappy duty drove Fedhealth Dream Chaser Nkine to trail running

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