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Disbelief as caring nurses disciplined

The two nurses who assisted with a volunteer campaign to help cancer patients up seven flights of stairs after the only working lift in a section of Port Elizabeth’s ...

The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) says the general public has absolutely no ...

A heavy police presence with all roads surrounding the Port Elizabeth High Court blockaded set the ...

Bus strike ‘harming the economy’

News

The Nelson Mandela Bay economy is being severely affected as the bus strike, entering its seventh day today, goes on.

STATEMENT: Tiso Blackstar clarifies position after misleading reporting

Business

Tiso Blackstar Group confirms it is performing well, contrary to misleading reports by Independent Media

Emotional farewell to Kouga’s Van Lingen

News

Former Kouga municipality mayor Elza van Lingen’s life was celebrated and remembered at a moving memorial service in ...

Bank card fraud edges R800m

News

Almost R800-million was stolen from South African bank accounts last year – mostly through criminals fraudulently ...

PSL charges Chiefs after chaos at match

News

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has charged Kaizer Chiefs for bringing the league into disrepute and misconduct ...

Crous acquitted of fraud but fined for VAT offences

News

Controversial businessman Theunis Crous and his co-accused in a R5.4-million fraud case that has dragged on for years ...

Quick arrest after housebreaking bid

News

Two teenagers were arrested after allegedly breaking into a house in Rowallan Park on Sunday.

Sport

Mabedi Chiefs’ interim coach

Sport

Kaizer Chiefs have appointed Patrick Mabedi as interim coach to replace Steve ...

Trampled but not out

Sport

Losing against a star-studded Western Province team is not the end of the world ...

PSL charges Chiefs after chaos at match

News

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has charged Kaizer Chiefs for bringing the ...

Multimedia

The family of the Ironman competitor who disappeared in Port Elizabeth ahead of the Standard Bank Ironman African Championship have offered a reward to anyone with information regarding his wherea...

Missing Ironman's family offer reward

The family of the Ironman competitor who disappeared in Port Elizabeth ahead of the Standard Bank Ironman African Championship have offered a reward to anyone with information regarding his wherea...

Opinion

Long walk for women economists

A series of events around the absence and invisibility of women in economics have been cause for optimism.

Who cares about truth?

Our history has taught us and many of our so-called political leaders nothing.

Leadership the problem

It is a common perception that “if only there was more money” we could solve the problems of education in South Africa.

Politics

Provincial ANC trains its sights on looming ...

The ANC in the Eastern Cape is on a mission to surpass its last four election outcomes to match the 84% support it ...

By Rochelle de Kock and Zine George

Another IDP meeting ends in chaos

Chaotic scenes played out at the Soweto Multi-Purpose Centre between Soweto-on-Sea and Zwide yesterday when yet another ...

By Hendrick Mphande

Party will go on without Khoza, says new leader

The African Democratic Change (ADeC) will survive‚ even as it accepts founder Makhosi Khoza’s resignation‚ its new ...

By Katharine Child

Malema ‘targeted over land issue’

The EFF has described the private prosecution of Julius Malema as a bid by AfriForum to divert attention from the issue ...

By TimesLIVE and AFP

Residents disrupt IDP meeting in Seaview

Yet another Integrated Development Plan (IDP) meeting was disrupted when residents of Ward 40 refused to listen to ...

By Nomazima Nkosi

Lifestyle

Up close and personal

The National Arts Festival (NAF) announced yesterday that it will be welcoming acclaimed singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega ...

By Herald Correspondent

Brave response by ‘artistic thief’

Characters from literary fiction can change the world of those who read their stories – and that is what has happened ...

By Herald Reporter

Suspense novel from Bay writer

Retired Bay businessman Patrick Moffett has just had his first novel, Inside Out, published at the age of 70 and still ...

By Sibulele Mboyi

Culture shock that rocks your world

They prepared for combat in a flurry of showmanship and ritual: slapping thighs, stamping feet, squatting and ...

By SophieButler

Awesome artichokes

Many people are put off by artichokes because it seems such a bother to prepare them from fresh – that is to say if you ...

By WeekendPostReporter

Eastern Cape’s musical talent embarks on SA tour

From Friday Eastern Cape record label Rubricate Records will treat South Africa to the Eastern Cape’s musical talent as ...

By Zamandulo Malonde

Singer’s star keeps rising

Eastern Cape- born singer Busiswa Gqulu – whose single featured in the blockbuster Black Panther movie – was in Port ...

By Zamandulo Malonde
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