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Annelisa Swana Digital reporter

Annelisa Zwana is a digital news reporter at The Herald and Weekend Post in Port Elizabeth.

REVIEW | ‘The Absolutely Mental Magic Show’ just gets better

Leisure

You may have seen them on Britain’s Got Talent or even the Romanian version but now you can catch them live at the ...

REVIEW | ‘Vibrant and unique SA’ portrayed through music and dance

Leisure

Afrika Sings! is a colourful production which celebrates South African music and dance.

REVIEW | A walk through the lives of those left behind after the Marikana tragedy

Weeken Post

The Marikana, Ten Years On exhibition seeks to address questions of accountability and justice around the Marikana ...

LEARNING CURVE | Gqeberha woman’s baking business inspired by memories of home

Business

Entrepreneurship has always been in Vuyiseka Nyembezi’s family. Inspired by her mother,  who used to bake, cook and ...

VIDEO | How well do you know Nelson Mandela Bay?

Multimedia

With two weeks to go to the Local Government Elections, we find out how well Nelson Mandela Bay residents know their ...

LEARNING CURVE | Using alchemy to build brands online

Business

Alchemy Virtual Media’s approach is simple — no-frills, personalised and affordable.

LEARNING CURVE | Love of clothing makes Sam’s job easy despite challenges

Business

To do something that did not feel like a job was always Sam Sethosa’s desire.And when the opportunity to open her first ...

LEARNING CURVE | Next generation takes NC Upholsters into the future

Business

Dedication and a commitment to work tirelessly are what business owner Lucille Bosman believes set her family’s ...

LEARNING CURVE | No problem too big for K4 Consulting’s Kalipa

Business

A passion for community service and problem solving was the starting point for Lulamile Kalipa.

LEARNING CURVE | Paediatric care under one umbrella

Business

A vision that began over a coffee date, where four Gqeberha women decided to offer a one-stop shop to help children ...