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More than 600 positions at risk as job cuts loom again at Aspen

Job cuts are on the cards at Aspen Pharmacare’s production facilities in Port Elizabeth and East London again — with 600 positions on the line.

Breakfast delivered in a brown paper packet — two rashers of bacon, scrambled egg and baked beans, ...

A bodyguard of Nelson Mandela Bay’s acting mayor, Thsonono Buyeye, was shot dead during  a predawn ...

Eastern Cape the stock theft capital of SA

AgriLIVE

A total of eight of the 10 police stations which recorded most stock theft cases in SA are in the province.

Join the discussion on the book ‘Anatomy of the ANC in Power: Insights from Port ...

Events

Be part of the online book launch with author professor Mcebisi Ndletyana on August 20 2020 at 4pm

A lost pilot, an unrepaired plane fault and a fatal mistake: CAA report unpacks unusual ...

News

The Civil Aviation Authority has released three reports detailing unusual incidents in SA's skies.

Covid-19: Gauteng approaches 200,000 cases as 6,286 new infections recorded

News

Gauteng is approaching 200,000 Covid-19 cases, as it accounted for 1,711 of the total new infections reported in the ...

Qunu community angered by RDP housing placements

Weeken Post

Residents of the Qunu informal settlement in Port Elizabeth staged a protest on Friday, claiming sites that had been ...

Tavern owners link up with Nafcoc to fight for relief

Weeken Post

Concerned Township Licensed Liquor Traders chair in Nelson Mandela Bay, Lunga Maqxaka, said tavern owners in the ...

Port Elizabeth suburbs among province’s danger spots

News

Three Port Elizabeth suburbs — Bethelsdorp, New Brighton and Motherwell — have been identified as being among the most ...

'We are not past anything,' says Mkhize as WHO's 'surge team' arrives

News

Though there has been a notable decline in the number of new Covid-19 cases recently, SA is not yet past the surge in ...

Eskom reduces load-shedding to stage 1, with none planned for the weekend

News

Eskom has reduced load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1 from 5pm on Friday after three generation units were repaired.

Ramaphosa needs to visit Marikana, Transform SA head says

News

President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to pay a "long-overdue" visit to Marikana.

Marikana happened because we forgot to remember, says Thuli Madonsela

News

Former public protector Thuli Madonsela said on Friday that the 44 deaths at Lonmin’s platinum mine in Marikana in ...

Lockdown made SA safer, but police won't rest as restrictions ease: Cele

News

Crime was significantly down during SA's Covid-19 lockdown, and the country a much safer place to live.

300,000 arrested for breaking lockdown laws: Bheki Cele

News

Police arrested and charged nearly 300,000 people for contravening lockdown laws, police minister Bheki Cele said on ...

Opinion

End to lockdown won’t turn our pumpkin economy into a fairy tale

SA’s leaders have managed to turn an emergency into a disaster, with trust gone and corruption the new normal

Firm hand needed in tackling state tender scandal

“We accept that years of cronyism have created an environment of mistrust and suspicion when individuals, who are close to political office and influence, are ...

Bleak picture of looming classroom crisis

In SA, as in other parts of the world, teachers are making the difficult decision as to whether to return to school given the dangers posed to their own health ...

Inside HeraldLIVE

'He said he was happy to go back home': 5 ...

Bob's doctor Tiny Mhinga said staff at the hospital could not explain what happened as Bob had been in good spirits ...

Springbok Women captain Latsha: Time for a discussion on a league

Springbok Women’s captain Babalwa Latsha says South Africa should start having a serious conversation about the ...

Khune ‘missed some training sessions’‚ says Kaizer Chiefs coach Middendorp

Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has said that Itumeleng Khune was not even on the bench in Wednesday night’s 1-1 ...

‘Hurt’ Smith responds to Tsolekile: ‘I was never in charge of selections’

Cricket SA director of cricket and former Proteas captain Graeme Smith says he was never in charge of selection during ...

Vettel expects to see out the season at Ferrari

Four times Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel recognised he was sailing through a 'rough sea' but said on Thursday ...

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