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Lynn Spence Senior Reporter

Lynn Spence is a senior reporter at The Herald and Weekend Post

Couple in court for R6.6m fraud and corruption

News

A married couple who allegedly embezzled more than R6.6m  meant for youth development were hauled before the court  on ...

Head of rights body visits dilapidated Greenville Primary

News

The rights of pupils at Greenville Primary School in Gqeberha are being violated daily and in the worst way.

Lace up your ‘vellies’ and head for Kirkwood — the fest is back

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One of the Eastern Cape’s most popular family festivals is back with a bang this year after a two-year hiatus due to ...

Couple hauled up on plant smuggling charges

Weeken Post

In what is believed to be one of SA’s biggest succulent smuggling cases to date, a Gqeberha husband and wife scoffed at ...

Astra Primary shut down over demand to fill teaching posts

News

Irate parents at Astra Primary School in Bethelsdorp took a stand against the department of education on Wednesday by ...

Big dreams really do come true at Cape Recife School

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There is a new sheriff at Cape Recife School and she has made history by becoming the first woman principal to run ...

Businessman in Gqeberha beachfront stabbing terror

News

A two decade-long family tradition of enjoying an ice-cream along the beachfront on a Friday evening turned into a ...

Frustrated parents shut Nelson Mandela Bay primary school gates

Weeken Post

“Why must it always come to this?” This was the question posed by irate parents of Papenkuil Primary School pupils as ...

Classes resume though issue of ‘absent’ teacher not resolved

News

While teaching and learning resumed at Papenkuil Primary School on Monday, an absent teacher who sparked a two-day ...

Nelson Mandela Bay clinic staff agree to return to work

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The Eastern Cape health department’s interim court interdict against trade unions seemingly had little effect because ...