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Man arrested for stabbing NMU student

The arrest was made on Wednesday afternoon after detectives tracked  Lungile Tsala, 30, down -  to St Albans prison.

Protesters have damaged four municipal vehicles at a municipal depot in Motherwell.

Striking municipal workers torched dustbins, littered streets in the city centre with rubbish and ...

Shashi heading to Palestine after Gaza ...

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Shashi Naidoo will be taking a trip to Gaza to "educate her on issues in the ...

Sad farewell to constable killed in New ...

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Slain policeman Bonga Ngcingwana was such a dedicated officer that his ...

Murderers guilty but fear remains

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While two men were found guilty yesterday of murdering young Aliya “Angel” Tee ...

Coega safe gas scheme

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South Africa could become the first country on the continent to produce environmentally friendly refrigeration and air ...

Agonising recovery for snake victim

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Although he is battling to breathe, has suffered severe lung and organ damage and is covered in blisters, hopes are ...

Fresh new look for your trusted source of news

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The Herald has seen its fair share of change in almost 175 years. But our name – while important with its rich history ...

Rego would not want us to stop flying, says friend

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Veteran Port Elizabeth pilot Rego Burger, 56, who died after his light aircraft crashed into the slopes of the Baakens ...

Jonathan Boynton-Lee on Simba crash sentencing: We have closure

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Simba Mhere’s best friend Jonathan Boynton-Lee has responded to the 10-year prison sentence handed down to Preshalin ...

Alleged gangster and gunman arrested

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Man arrested for shooting of alleged gang boss Shaun Ah Shene's family members

Nick Mallett and Naas Botha cleared of racism allegations

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Supersport announced on Tuesday that Nick Mallett and Naas Botha have been cleared of racism allegations by Advocate ...

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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

Suarez to go 100 up for Uruguay

For a player who has made so many headlines at the World Cup, it is appropriate that Luiz Suarez will make his 100th ...

By AFP

Things better under Rassie, says Bok pair

Assistant coach Mzwandile Stick and fly-half Elton Jantjies took a side-swipe at the previous Springbok setup when they ...

By Craig Ray

Slow-burning St Andrew’s seal deal

Although St Andrew’s ran out 24-5 winners, the first team rugby match against Kingswood in Grahamstown on Saturday was ...

By Herald Reporter

Elite surfers gather for a wave war

The time for talking is over as some of the best competitors in the sport take to the waves of Nelson Mandela Bay in ...

By Amir Chetty

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

Opinion

Will Mettler bite the dust?

Regardless of the outcome, it will carry far-reaching consequences for you and I.

Elect EFF or face anarchy

Calling someone a fascist is one of the easiest ways of discrediting a political opponent.

Stop talking, start acting

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

Politics

Council to decide fate of Mettler

The fate of city boss Johann Mettler will be decided by the Nelson Mandela Bay council today.

By Rochelle de Kock

Metro approves plan for 7 000 social housing units

A plan to build more than 7 000 social housing units in Nelson Mandela Bay received the green light from the ...

By Siyamtanda Capa

ANC executive to visit Eastern Cape

The ANC’s national executive committee is set to visit the Eastern Cape, according to secretary-general Ace Magashule.

By Genevieve Quintal

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

Lifestyle

Moving into virtual work space

If you haven’t considered a virtual working environment as yet, maybe now is the time to investigate the benefits to ...

By Herald Correspondent

Things have never been this odd

The problem with the internet is that you can't "unsee" what you have seen

Beth Cooper Howell
Woman on Top

Let’s get physical with retrocise

Pumping moves popularised by Jane Fonda to an upbeat ’80s soundtrack is becoming big gym business, says Charlotte ...

By Charlotte Lytton

On Meghan’s final outing with the full joy of self-expression

As the newly-wed Duchess of Sussex made her way to her evening reception in a striking bridal gown, the watching world ...

By Hannah Furness

Delicious beef pot pie recipe

Try this simple, yet hearty recipe for a meaty baked pie Winter is the time for hearty beef stews, such as this simple, ...

By Herald Correspondent

Ways to stay healthy this winter

Summer bodies really are made in winter

By Herald Correspondent
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