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Man drowns after boat capsizes

A man drowned at Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape on Saturday morning after his boat capsized. The National Sea Rescue Institute said that its Port Alfred duty crew had been ...

Following a “lonely” 16-day stint behind bars, ANC councillor Andile Lungisa walked out to a hero’s ...

Five people died on Saturday following accident between two vehicles at the intersection of the N10 ...

Ireland ends abortion ban

World

Ireland’s prime minister on Saturday hailed the culmination of “a quiet ...

NMU student to blow up a storm at Dutch ...

Weeken Post

A dream has come true for Nelson Mandela University first-year music student ...

Zakouma is game for conservation

Leisure

Those in the know mention Zakouma with reverence, hushed awe and longing. The ...

Bay metro sick leave shocker

Weeken Post

Report on sick leave patterns in the municipality was revealed to the human resources portfolio committee.

Hungry students beg for money

Weeken Post

Due to the red tape within government departments the payments of student loans and grants have not been made

Several car crashes on rebuilt M4

Weeken Post

Resurfacing of the freeway stretch running on the opposite side of the North End Prison 'a death trap waiting to ...

S&P leaves SA's credit rating unchanged

Business

S&P Global Ratings maintained its outlook on SA as stable‚ alleviating the fear the rating agency would give SA a ...

Sewage sinks Paddle

Weeken Post

Conservancy fundraiser called off as sewage in water made it impossible for annual Family Paddle to take place.

Willemse‚ Mallett and Botha taken off air

Sport

The saga of SuperSport rugby pundit Ashwin Willemse’s walkout of a live broadcast last weekend took a new twist when he ...

Political power play ‘worse than gangs’

Weeken Post

Political power battles complicate everything and can be more detrimental than gangsters themselves.

Two arrested for overloading 15-seater taxi with 32 people

News

A Port Elizabeth taxi driver and conductor arrested for overloading - and then tried to hide the keys from officials.

Tourism by-law has Plett up in arms

Weeken Post

Tourism is the lifeblood of our town and tampering with this vital economic driver could spell disaster for Plett.

Multimedia

Two retired police officers and a warrant officer walked 600km from Bloemfontein to Port Elizabeth in an initiative to raise funds for the fight against cancer.

Epic walk to help fight cancer

Two retired police officers and a warrant officer walked 600km from Bloemfontein to Port Elizabeth in an initiative to raise funds for the fight against cancer.

Sport

Matter of pride for Stormers

The Stormers face another huge test of character today when they host the Lions in a tough Super Rugby derby match at ...

By Weekend Post Reporter

Elephants out to surprise top dogs Province

Western Province have made five changes to their starting lineup for today’s SuperSport Rugby Challenge clash against ...

By George Byron

Leopards prepare at night for clash

Black Leopards players have been training under lights in preparation for their crunch Premier Soccer League ...

By TimesLIVE

Positive step to fix Boks

Thank goodness common sense eventually prevailed at SA Rugby headquarters as they bid to fix the miss-firing Springboks.

By George Byron

NMU soccer success set to boost game in metro

Nelson Mandela University could not be better placed to help evolve soccer within the metro.

By Weekend Post Reporter

Opinion

No end to the death spiral

For most of us Monday isn’t our favourite day. We protest, in subtle ways, the loss of the past two days of freedom that allow us to be who we really are. Be ...

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 ...

Politics

ANC in Bay stands by its man Andile Lungisa

The ANC in Nelson Mandela Bay are sticking by Andile Lungisa.

By Nomazima Nkosi

Bay metro sick leave shocker

Report on sick leave patterns in the municipality was revealed to the human resources portfolio committee.

By Siyamtanda Capa

Capture hearings to start in August

The commission of inquiry into state capture plans to have its first public hearings in August.

By TimesLIVE

Walkout by opposition after Lawack-Vena spat

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

By Siyamtanda Capa and Nomazima Nkosi

MBDA board gets nod to be paid for meetings

MBDA board members will now be paid for holding meetings

By Siyamtanda Capa

Lifestyle

The season for masterful, mellow blends

The English poet John Keats called it the “season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, close bosom friends of the maturing ...

Samantha Venter
Vine Time

What happens when she earns more than he does?

Mo and Phindi say it takes maturity from both partners involved in relationships like this

Mo and Phindi
Mo and Phindi

Zakouma is game for conservation

Those in the know mention Zakouma with reverence, hushed awe and longing. The national park in Chad has long commanded ...

By Michelle Jana Chan

Property: spotlight on Grahamstown

Festivals, educational institutions and a community spirit are a drawcard for homeowners in the City of Saints

By Robyn Anthony

Documentary to be screened in Paris

A New Brighton-born filmmaker who wrote and directed her first television film at the age of 16, is preparing to travel ...

By Zamandulo Malonde

Rayi plays her part in arts festival role

From delivering impeccable performances in the many diverse roles she has played on stages since she portrayed the role ...

By Zamandulo Malonde
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