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Bay on map for luxury world cruise tourists

Nelson Mandela Bay is entering a new era of cruising by not only attracting a growing number of passenger liners annually, but specifically more of the larger and very ...

Two people have been arrested in connection with the violence that flared up at the Moses Mabhida ...

Confusion reigns around a Nelson Mandela Bay mega-housing project amid increasing doubt whether the ...

Kani, Kohler join Hollywood’s A-listers

News

Six South Africans – two of them raised and trained in Port Elizabeth – have been awarded gold medals by the Kennedy ...

STATEMENT: Tiso Blackstar clarifies position after misleading reporting

Business

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

Accountant turns into pupils’ dream-catcher

News

Chartered accountant Thapelo Kuze has given up a life of boardrooms to pursue his passion for transforming the ...

I have paid the Guptas in full for ANN7‚ says Manyi

News

In a bid to save 500 jobs‚ media owner Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi has released a statement to say he has paid the ...

Makhosi Khoza resigns from politics

News

Only five months after starting a new political party‚ African Democratic Change ( ADeC) leader Makhosi Khoza has ...

Iconic Pollocks honed skills in Mill Park ‘tests’

Weeken Post

Little did they know some 66-years-ago that their neighbourhood cricket games with two young brothers would see the ...

Fight dogs, two others put down

Weeken Post

The two dogs in the sickening 13.5-second video that shows the pitbulls attacking one another in Port Elizabeth’s ...

ANC will intensify struggle to restore dignity of people in Skweyiya’s honour - Ramaphosa

News

Paying tribute to ANC stalwart Dr Zola Skweyiya on Saturday‚ President Cyril Ramaphosa said that as the late struggle ...

Bride-to-be gives Zuma birthday baby

Weeken Post

A 24-year-old woman who is said to be Jacob Zuma’s bride-to-be delivered a baby boy in the Busamed Hillcrest Private ...

Tributes pour in for Avicii from across the globe

News

As news of DJ Avicii's death spread on Friday night, there was an outpouring of tributes from fans and his high-profile ...

Third arrest after beachfront killing

Weeken Post

A third person has been arrested for the shooting outside a Port Elizabeth beachfront eatery which saw one man killed ...

Deliver, or face protests – Masualle

Weeken Post

Premier Phumulo Masualle has pleaded with government officials to deliver efficient services, warning that failure to ...

More than R800 000 spent on Gigaba’s legal fees

Weeken Post

The Department of Home Affairs has to date spent R874 199 on legal costs pertaining to Home Affairs Minister Malusi ...

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

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.

Housing a metro flash point

On Thursday last week a 38-year-old man climbed onto the roof of his shack in Joe Slovo township in Port Elizabeth.

SA at a crossroads in relationships between races

What has race got to do with it? Would we hold it against any passing alien ship, exploring our galaxy for the first time and sampling the southern tip of ...

Politics

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

We're doing it for the taxpayers‚ says AfriForm on Malema prosecution

AfriForum says that it has an interest in EFF leader Julius Malema's corruption case as it represents taxpayers.

By Penwell Dlamini

‘No cabinet reshuffle – for now’

Premier Phumulo Masualle said yesterday he had no plans to reshuffle his cabinet, at least not now.

By Zingisa Mvumvu

Internal DA vote could see De Lille axed

The DA has given its Cape Town councillors permission to hold an internal vote of no confidence in mayor Patricia de ...

By Dave Chambers

Lifestyle

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

Skinnerbek | Week of tears and laughter

Hello dolls, I hope you all had an eventful week, even though I can’t exactly say the same about mine.

By Skinnerbek

Award winners concert a first

The Boardwalk will be hosting the inaugural South African Award Winners Concert at its International Convention Centre ...

By Herald Reporter

Rapper KO comes to Bay

From spectacularly directed music videos, inventive album artworks to trend-setting street wear, South African hip-hop ...

By Zamandulo Malonde
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