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Man photographed 'dangling' dog from moving car comes forward

The man photographed “dangling” a dog from a moving car in a picture that was widely spread on social media says he was in fact trying to prevent the pooch from jumping out ...

After weeks of delays in getting the project off the ground, a senior manager has turned in ...

The facility at Port Elizabeth’s Provincial Hospital used to receive patients from all over the ...

Perlemoen case postponed again

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The finalisation of the case against alleged perlemoen poaching kingpin Julian ...

Expropriation change unlikely until after ...

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While parliament’s joint constitutional review committee formally resolved on ...

Dressed to impress for matric dance

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These were the words of Mzontsundu Senior Secondary School pupil Anam ...

Petrol price relief on cards

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Data suggested the price of petrol could drop by R1.54 a litre‚ diesel by 92c and illuminating paraffin by 85c.

Teen in tears after conviction for rape

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The 17-year-old, who is not being named as he is a minor, cried uncontrollably.

House arrest for Trollip accuser

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She was also sentenced to two years, suspended for five years, for lying under oath.

Calling all matrics: claim your fame and you could win R10,000

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You’ve done the hard work – now it’s time to claim your matric fame

MBDA to explain ‘lack of progress’

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At the meeting with the city's political leadership, to be led by deputy mayor Thsonono Buyeye, the MBDA will have to ...

Woman, 90, found dead with stab wound to upper body

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An elderly woman was found dead in her Uitenhage home on Thursday morning.

Violent bullying at Malabar school

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A video that has gone viral – of a girl in primary school being kicked, punched and throttled by a group of fellow ...

Traces of rats, cockroaches in Walmer food blitz

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Concerns over hygiene and cleanliness at the Pick n Pay store in Walmer Park were raised by the Nelson Mandela Bay ...

Howling and shouting at second name-change hearing

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A hearing to discuss proposed name changes for Port Elizabeth and the Port Elizabeth International Airport almost ...

Land invaders hire bulldozer

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About 50 residents from across Nelson Mandela Bay have each chipped in R300 for a bulldozer to clear bushes and erect ...

Woman’s tick bite death prompts probe into dam

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Concerns over an infestation of ticks at Uitenhage’s Strelitzia Dam has prompted ward councillor Pieter Terblanche to ...

Mzwanele Manyi insists on having say

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Former media entrepreneur and government spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi went “freestyle” on the state capture inquiry on ...

Bay ANCYL wants council dissolved

Politics

The ANC Youth League is calling for the Nelson Mandela Bay council to be dissolved and fresh run of elections.

Multimedia

The Port Elizabeth man who was horrifically mauled in a pitbull attack – in which he lost an arm – is suffering recurring nightmares that the dogs are still coming after him. Making a slow recovery but still in tremendous pain, Gerald Cloete, 40, miraculously survived the savage attack by three pitbulls in Rowallan Park on February 18. Filmed by: Karen van Rooyen Edited: Deneesha Pillay

PE man's dog attack nightmare won’t end

The Port Elizabeth man who was horrifically mauled in a pitbull attack – in which he lost an arm – is suffering recurring nightmares that the dogs are still coming after him. Making a slow recovery but still in tremendous pain, Gerald ...

Opinion

Vice-chancellors earn their pay

No, university vice-chancellors (VCs) are not being paid too much.

Who’ll employ capture culprits?

There is a group of people whose days as public office bearers are numbered.

All SA society has responsibility to prevent crime

The police are yet to visit Mabandla’s mother to interview her regarding the circumstances of his death.

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Focus on Bafana’s engine room as Nigeria lie in wait

With a number of his regular midfield starters out through an assortment of injuries‚ coach Stuart Baxter will have no ...

Jon-Jon’s Giants limber up

If there is one person in the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants camp who knows how to exploit conditions at St George’s Park it ...

Historical ‘Changes’ on main stage

One country had a physical wall while the other kept people apart with apartheid – and both came tumbling down, to ...

Graduate film festival in PE

AFDA movie screenings celebrate film students' achievements

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