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First witness in Timothy Omotoso case waives right to testify in closed court

The state’s first witness in the Timothy Omotoso trial on Monday morning waived her right to testify in a closed court.

Retail group Shoprite says all the affected in-house pilchards tins which have been recalled by ...

A warrant of arrest has been issued for firebrand EFF leader Julius Malema after he failed to ...

Nelson Mandela Bay medics under attack

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Emergency services workers in Nelson Mandela Bay are under attack — with three ...

First heritage centre for SA’s first people. ...

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San heritage centre at !Khwa ttu joins a wave of revivalism sweeping the country

Award-winning Free State woman farmer ...

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A woman has survived a terrifying ordeal after three armed men broke into her ...

Timothy Omotoso trial to resume in Port Elizabeth High Court

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The trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso and his co-accused is expected to start in the Port Elizabeth High Court ...

Classy racing at tour’s Coastal Classic event

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Held on a warm Sunday morning in the Bay, it was Team Alfa Bodyworks rider Byron Munton and Team Gumtree’s Hayley Preen ...

Metro must spend more to relieve capital expenditure headache

Politics

Nelson Mandela Bay's leadership presented a plan on how it would increase its grant and capital expenditure to Treasury ...

METRO MATTERS | Resident concerned over leaks in KwaNobuhle

Politics

A KwaNobuhle resident has voiced concerns over the clean water he says has been streaming down Gwali Street in ...

METRO MATTERS | Bethelsdorp family concerned about faulty water junction box

Politics

The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality has given itself  until today to fix a water junction box  in Bethelsdorp that has ...

Smiles all round at cyclethon

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The Smile Foundation Cyclethon drew more than 200 people to the annual event at Pollok Beach in Port Elizabeth on ...

Bay cyclists raise awareness of safety concerns

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In an effort to raise awareness of the safety of cyclists among other road users and with the Nelson Mandela Bay ...

Plus-size models set sights on pageant title

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“Little girls need to know that how you see yourself is more important than what’s on the outside.” This was said by ...

No short cuts to fame

Weeken Post

A chance at fame or journey to bitter disappointment? The jury is out when it comes to talent scouting opportunities ...

MP Judith Tshabalala unharmed after hijacking ordeal

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MP Judith Tshabalala was allegedly hijacked and taken hostage in Sebokeng, southern Gauteng,on Saturday.

Fort Hare releases murdered student's name

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University of Fort Hare has released the name of the student who was murdered on Saturday morning.

Police arrest suspect for Fort Hare student's murder

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A suspect has been arrested for the murder of the University of Fort Hare student (UFH) Olwethu Tshefu, police ...

Another Fort Hare student killed

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The 30-year-old man who was stabbed to death in Alice in the early hours of Saturday was identified as a University of ...

Multimedia

How safe is your Nissan? Crash test reveals all

The Global NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) recently conducted a crash test with its European counterpart at a facility outside Munich, Germany. The test was conducted at 56km/h between a new Nissan NP300 Hardbody sold in Africa and a ...

Opinion

Zuma acolytes running out of steam

The faction that may have blocked Ramaphosa’s reforms is scared and vulnerable, but new threats loom

Onslaught against EMS staff must end

The city has designated “red zones”  which  ambulance personnel will not enter without a police escort, and more will probably be added if the attacks continue.

From the president’s desk

The introduction of National Health Insurance will be among the most far-reaching acts of social transformation this country has experienced since 1994.

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Watch out for us, warns Van der Walt

Team Alfa Bodyworks/Giant will be aiming for the top step of the podium when they take to the start line of the 2020 ...

Suspension and injuries a concern for Mapeza ...

Mepeza’s attacking combo Ruzaigh Gamildien and Augustine Kwem were on tune during their 3-0 feast  against  Ke Yona ...

Warriors paceman Anrich Nortje relishes chance to shine against Aussies ...

Anrich Nortje has enjoyed a fast rise up the Proteas ranks since making his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in March last ...

Samson Lee set to torment troubled Southern Kings

Lee was a late withdrawal before Scarlets were beaten 14-9 by Edinburgh at a rain-lashed Parc y Scarlets Stadium on ...

SA skipper Quinton de Kock turns his attention to Australia

Proteas limited overs skipper Quinton de Kock doesn’t seem to be hung up over the events of that fractitious 2018 ...

Benni McCarthy: 'It is Kaizer Chiefs’ league title to lose'

Benni McCarthy believes that long-time leaders Kaizer Chiefs are favourites to win the league title this season.

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