Firearms found in primary school bathroom

Four firearms were found stashed in an unused bathroom of the Ntyatyambo Primary School in Zwide today. Police spokesman Captain Andre Beetge said the police were alerted ...

SA Express has been grounded amid serious safety concerns. The South African Civil Aviation ...

Chilling CCTV footage captured the moment a person wearing a red hoodie shot two men at point-blank ...

Metro losing R21m a year to ‘sewer miners’


The strange practice of “sewer mining” is robbing the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality of more than R21-million a year, ...

Focus on Mandela’s legacy


Steady, measured and balanced – lauded poet, short story writer and novelist Mandla Langa took centre stage in a ...

100 bicycles put PE on roll against crime


Criminals beware! The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality has rolled out a new anti-crime bicycle unit. This follows the ...

‘Dead water’ spews out of taps


Residents of Aloes near the Swartkops River watched in horror as green, stinking sludge poured out of their taps ...

Expats happy in SA - they just don't feel safe


Expats are happy in South Africa...they just don’t feel very safe.

Irregular spending in Bay worst in SA


Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu has raised concern over the financial situation of Eastern Cape municipalities – with the ...

Young Jeffreys Bay woman dies in Bahamas


Family members of a young woman from Jeffreys Bay are trying to make sense of her death in a hotel room in the Bahamas ...

AB quits international cricket


South Africa superstar AB de Villiers dropped a bombshell when he announced his retirement from all forms of ...

Mixed views over plan for PE shark cage diving


A lively mix of criticism and praise hallmarked a hot debate over shark cage diving at a packed auditorium at Port ...

Ramaphosa sets up inquiry into the affairs of the taxman


In his latest move to clean up law enforcement agencies‚ President Cyril Ramaphosa has established a commission of ...


Bayworld senior curator Dylan Bailey said they had given up any hope of repairing parts of the facility. They were hoping for a complete overhaul rather than patch-work.

An inside look into Nelson Mandela Bay's Bayworld

Bayworld senior curator Dylan Bailey said they had given up any hope of repairing parts of the facility. They were hoping for a complete overhaul rather than patch-work. Read the full story at www.heraldlive.co.za


A teachable moment for SA

When Ashwin Willemse called me out of the blue to meet for coffee some time ago, I was excited and knew exactly what I was going to ask him. How did a poor, ...

Ashwin’s moment our story

On Saturday evening rugby legend Ashwin Willemse walked out of the SuperSport studio mid-broadcast, following a clash with fellow commentators Nick Mallett and ...

Champions of SA’s poor?

I want to toss a few fresh ideas into the thickening gruel of discussions about our political economy – not all of which are beyond criticism and much of which ...


Opposition parties walk out of council meeting

The Nelson Mandela Bay council was adjourned midday on Thursday after opposition parties walked out of the meeting, ...

By Siyamtanda Capa and Nomazima Nkosi

JUST IN | Bobani launches scathing attack against city boss

Nelson Mandela Bay councillor Mongameli Bobani (UDM) has launched a scathing attack against city boss Johann Mettler, ...

By Rochelle de Kock

Search on for new mayor of Kouga

The Kouga Municipality could have a new mayor by the end of next month. The DA has kicked off its internal recruitment ...

By Rochelle de Kock

Yako cracks whip over high legal bill

The protracted disciplinary cases of senior municipal staff are largely to blame for the Nelson Mandela Bay ...

By Siyamtanda Capa

De Lille accuses DA of lying to SA and the courts

In hard-hitting court papers‚ Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has accused the Democratic Alliance of lying to South ...

By Karyn Maughan


Painting exhibition at Art on Target

A solo exhibition of landscape paintings by Kimberley based artist Ann Pretorius opens at Art on Target in Essexvale ...

By Herald Reporter

Mentalist brings his ‘Hocus Pocus’

Port Elizabeth’s award-winning mentalist and magician Brendon Peel will perform his show Hocus Pocus on Saturday at the ...

By Herald Correspondent

Meghan’s mom stole the show

Doria Ragland is perhaps the most unlikely of heroines to emerge from the polished, PR fairytale of the royal wedding

Beth Cooper Howell
Woman on Top

What to look for in a gym

Issues to consider when choosing a new place to work out 

By Herald Correspondent

Portrait of a modern monarchy

The Duke and Duchess bring a relaxed touch to royal wedding photographs amid Windsor Castle splendour

By Hannah Furness

The maestros behind Meghan’s ‘messy bun’

Graham Northwood has created her signature style, along with Serge Normant who was in charge of her low chignon for the ...

By Lisa Armstrong