Gigaba was 'incorrect', citizenship for Guptas should be revoked: parliament

Parliament's portfolio committee on home affairs has recommended that the South African citizenship granted to Ajay Gupta's family be revoked as it was granted fraudulently ...

Ecologists think they know why 11.5 million clams washed up on Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay in ...

An expert has revealed that Rob Packham’s wife, Gill, died from blunt trauma which shattered her ...

Load-shedding: Tell us what you would like to know


Intensified load-shedding this past weekend has raised questions and created confusion about exactly how load-shedding ...

Walmer man pleads guilty to lying about baby with ex-mistress


The 27-year-old Walmer man said his wife had been on her way home and he had panicked about what to do with the ...

Nelson Mandela Bay lets top sports event fall through the cracks


The city missed the February 15 deadline for the bidding process – which included a signature agreement – for the Fise ...

South Africans using 40kg of paper each per year


The average South African uses 40 kilograms of paper a year.

Wildlife filmmaker Varty joins protest to close East London’s zoo


World-renowned South African conservationist and wildlife filmmaker John Varty is adding his voice – and those of his ...

Employee sues municipality after suffering severe cable burns


An OR Tambo municipal employee is suing King Sabata Dalindyebo municipality for millions after he was severely burnt by ...

Delayed for hours, Ramaphosa and Prasa trend after chaotic train trip


President Cyril Ramaphosa was stuck in a Metro rail train and Twitter is flooded wih reactions.

'Students must move beyond ivory towers of universities to effect change'


The constitution needs to be interrogated and students need to “move beyond the ivory tower” of their universities.

Ex-pupil’s bid to sue school fails


In his judgment handed down on Friday, judge Jeremy Pickering found that Gora had failed to prove that either the ...

‘ANC will decide’ Masualle’s future


Outgoing premier Phumulo Masualle, who is at number 39 on the ANC’s national list, has stressed that he will serve at ...

‘Make school physical activity compulsory’


In their latest publication, the team said data they had collected at Port Elizabeth schools showed that physical ...

Fire breaks out on vessel at NMB harbour


The interior of the 39m green-and-white South African-flagged Lubbetje, which is classed as an offshore support vessel, ...

Man plans to sue store over work accident


“I had a waste recycling business and I was busy cleaning up the receiving section at Boxer Superstores in Motherwell,” ...


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Multiple deaths reported in New Zealand shooting at two mosques

Multiple fatalities were inflicted at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch when at least one gunman opened fire on worshippers.


Hateful leaders must back off

Who killed the 49 Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, during their prayers on Friday?

Snowflake colonialists make life sweet like a koeksister for AfriForum

The fallout from their apartheid-apologist film couldn't be better PR, thanks to the Institute for Race Relations

Exasperation we all can express

How and why does a clumsy 19-year-old who rides her bike into a rugby post become an instant celebrity?

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Review: 'The Dreamers' by Karen Thompson Walker

Gillian McAinsh finds gorgeous prose in this menacing piece of modern American fiction

Chippa United forced to settle for draw against Highlands Park

The point was good enough to lift the Port Elizabeth-based professional side out of the relegation playoff spot.

Video, gallery: The Herald Cooking Masterclass Thai night

Watch the video and view the galllery as The Herald Cookery Masterclass kicked off its second series at Capsicum ...

McIlroy wins $2-million as thoughts turn to another type of green

A victory at the April 11-14 tournament would make him the sixth man to complete the modern grand slam of all four ...