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Justice system hit by staff shortages

The number of prosecutors has dwindled to alarming levels, with a critical shortfall in Port Elizabeth.

A melting pot of nationalities and an electric atmosphere is how Bay residents living it up in ...

All municipal services that require payment from the public will be free, the Independent Municipal ...

I got rich from pyramid scheme, says accused

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German murder accused Jens Leunberg was warned against self-incrimination as he ...

Country fair with a purpose offers day of ...

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KFC has come on board again as naming partner for The KFC Herald Family Country ...

Pilot met his death in valley where he had ...

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Known for building his own light aircraft and having cheated death in a plane ...

PE murder and hijack suspects nabbed

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Four arrest in Port Elizabeth

PE man arrested after tip-off

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A 33-year-old Port Elizabeth man was arrested after trying to hide inside his house when police rocked up during the ...

Speedster jailed over deaths of Top Billing's Simba Mhere and friend

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A motorist convicted of causing the deaths of Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere and his passenger‚ Kady-Shay O’Bryan‚ ...

Kuga out on test drive catches fire near Sandton

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"The car suddenly set alight on its own."

Ex-model shocked by threats after post

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The post said Gaza used millions of dollars in foreign aid to “build terror tunnels and rockets to pursue its ambition ...

CIT robbers strike in Cape Town

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Wet bank notes lay stuck to the tarmac around a badly damaged G4S cash-in-transit van after it was shot at during an ...

Information stolen from Liberty could be used for criminal purposes: expert warns

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"This information can be used for identity theft purposes and to perpetrate crimes against that person."

Tattoo of wife's name did not stop Jason Rohde from starting affair

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Jason told Panieri-Peter that Susan became preoccupied with the affair and his whereabouts, and her behaviour changed ...

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Another cash van was ambushed on June 18, 2018, this time in Cape Town during the morning rush hour. One of the hundreds of bystanders captured the attack on video. Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Brenda Muridili confirmed that a cash-in-transit incident had taken place on Jakes Gerwel Drive but could not yet provide further details.

Cape Town cash-in-transit heist captured on camera

Another cash van was ambushed on June 18, 2018, this time in Cape Town during the morning rush hour. One of the hundreds of bystanders captured the attack on video. Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Brenda Muridili confirmed that a ...

Sport

Salah stands in Russia’s way

Mohamed Salah is a looming obstacle as Russia attempt to virtually secure their place in the World Cup knockout stages ...

By AFP and Reuters

Caster heads to court over testosterone rule

Olympic champion Caster Semenya will go to court to challenge controversial new rules governing women athletes’ ...

By AFP

Rangers tournament top dogs

The Rangers U13 side were crowned the Cleary Park Build It Youth Soccer tournament champions after a nail-biting ...

By Amir Chetty

Youth hold the key to World Cup

With the World Cup on everyone’s lips, it was not surprising that South Africa’s absence at the soccer showpiece was ...

By Herald Correspondent

Top women surfers in Bay battle

In a World Surf League (WSL) first, the women’s division will take centre stage at the Volkswagen SA Open of Surfing, ...

By Herald Correspondent

Opinion

Elect EFF or face anarchy

Calling someone a fascist is one of the easiest ways of discrediting a political opponent, or someone you consider disagreeable. As such, the term is thrown ...

Stop talking, start acting

President Cyril Ramaphosa must stop the jaw-jaw and start exercising the power we have given him.

Why SA hasn’t collapsed

If this economy does not grow soon, the prospects of new jobs are dismal.

Politics

Ex-legal official asks mayor to step in

Nobuntu Mgogoshe wants Trollip to stop city boss Johann Mettler from appealing against the ruling.

By Rochelle de Kock

Councillor’s office burned, goods, documents stolen

Ward 55 councillor Mzuvukile Boti, 34, said the looting and torching had come after a power outage in the area on ...

By Athena O’Reilly

Education key to development, Lungisa tells rally

Lungisa called on the crowd to support one another to define their struggle.

By Naziziphiwo Buso

Youth joblessness a time bomb – Maimane

The high rate of unemployment among the youth is a ticking time bomb, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said.

By TimesLIVE

Strike halts metro services

Refuse collection, customer care and other centres hit by action

By Rochelle de Kock, Nomazima Nkosi and Zizonke May

Lifestyle

I blew 30k in a weekend trying to impress- Celebs ...

Some of Mzansi's most famous faces have "taken off the mask" to reveal some of the battles they face behind the scenes ...

By Kyle Zeeman

‘Madiba Magic’ to get revamp in special edition

Madiba's favourite stories for the children of Africa are getting a new look in the special 100th birthday edition of ...

By Herald Reporter

New horizons for blogger

An eco-romance set against the backdrop of fracking in the Karoo is making waves in the United States and the writer ...

By Gillian McAinsh

Plett pleases even in winter

Plettenberg Bay has always had lore status in the Liebenberg family. My late parents, Mike and Rosa, often regaling us ...

By Louise Liebenberg

Vine Time | World’s toughest wine competition

What’s in a name? Or, in the case of wine awards, what’s in a sticker? The green-and-gold Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show ...

Samantha Venter
Vine Time

Honouring stepfathers, those unsung heroes who fill a difficult role

There is a section of responsible men in our country who occupy the role of stepfathers who are unjustly covered by the ...

Mo and Phindi
Mo and Phindi
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