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Yolanda Palezweni Politics Reporter

Yolanda Palezweni is a Politics Reporter at The Herald and Weekend Post. Her key objective is to change people’s perception about journalism, and be a voice of the voiceless.

Call for justice at memorial for murdered preschool teacher


Justice must be served not only for Bongiwe Wendy Hani, but for all women brutally killed in SA.

‘Women must stand up’


Gender inequality must be faced with the same force shown by the women who stood up for their rights in 1956 when they ...

EFF marches to demand insourcing of metro workers


The EFF flexed its kingmaker status on Wednesday, warning that the newly signed DA-led coalition would have the party’s ...

Defaulting councillors owe Nelson Mandela Bay municipality thousands


Twenty Nelson Mandela Bay councillors owed the municipality a total of R410,142 for municipal rates and services that ...

Gqeberha freedom fighter reburied after 56 years


Fifty-six years after the death of freedom fighter Hombile James Booi, his family can finally find closure after ...

Truck driver sought after four die in horror crash


A truck driver has been accused of fleeing from the scene of a horror crash in which four people were killed on ...

City terminates contract with constructors of IPTS bus shelters

Weeken Post

The contract between the metro and Halifax Group, the main contractor for the beleaguered  Integrated Public ...

Family still waiting for RDP home — 29 years later

Weeken Post

For almost 30 years, a Nelson Mandela Bay family have watched their neighbours move into RDP homes while they are told ...

Unattended blocked sewerage drain leaves residents ‘living like pigs’


Residents of a Bay township have resorted to spraying copious amounts of insecticide in their homes to fend off droves ...

‘We’ve had enough of crime’


Gunshots every weekend, children robbed while walking to the shops and no water as copper pipes are stolen — all while ...