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What a load of shed - debate rages over Eskom monopoly

This proposal from Wildlife and Environment Society Algoa Bay branch chair Gary Koekemoer was one of half a dozen solutions that emerged on Monday as the monster of ...

The Herald has put some of the more frequently asked questions – including those from our readers – ...

Three robbers, two with firearms, held up Algoa Midas in Motherwell in what may be a coordinated ...

Man murdered for allegedly wearing stolen ...

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A Port Elizabeth man was beaten to death after a group of angry residents claim ...

Woman accused of R13.5m fraud

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But now, with a paper trail that shows how she allegedly stole a staggering 972 ...

Off-duty cop arrests hijack suspect

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On Monday, Constable Yibanathi Dlakwe, 28, spotted the stolen vehicle in North ...

Is race a factor in insurance?

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When an insurer tweeted this advert: “Buhle is paying just R702pm for her 2019 VW Polo. Isn’t it time you see if you ...

‘Memory loss’ may save fraud accused

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Erwin Claasen, who was a manager at a loan shop at the time, is being assessed by professionals to determine whether he ...

Bay murder suspect ‘forced to sign’ statement written by police

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Testifying under cross-examination in his own defence in the Port Elizabeth High Court, Sinethemba Mfihlo, 22, denied ...

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

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Parliament's portfolio committee on home affairs has recommended that the South African citizenship granted to Ajay ...

Holy clam! There's a lot of meat on the beach

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

Packham's wife's skull shattered in two places, expert tells court

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

One of Bay's 'most dangerous' suspects killed in suspected hit

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A Port Elizabeth man who at one stage was dubbed the Bay’s most dangerous and wanted suspect, has been shot more than ...

New Zealand mosque killer faces 'unprecedented' sentence

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Suspected mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant faces an "unprecedented" sentence that bars him from ever applying for release, ...

Bethelsdorp man injured in Nelson Mandela Bay gang shooting

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A man was shot and wounded on Sunday in another gang-related incident in the Bay’s northern areas

Umlazi woman who died in the Bahamas finally cremated

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After a month of controversy and uncertainty, an Umlazi woman who died in the Bahamas last month was finally cremated ...

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

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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

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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

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

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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.

Opinion

Eskom puts SA in the Dark Ages

How then do we make sense of the Fourth Industrial Revolution when basic things, such as electricity, are in a state of crisis?

Ignore Twitter wars: place country in good hands

There is a low-intensity war going on between one of SA’s respected editors, Peter Bruce, and members or supporters of the Democratic Alliance, notably Athol ...

Hateful leaders must back off

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

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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 ...

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