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Lease crackdown will see rentals skyrocket

In a bid to clean up its shambolic lease management system, the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality is going after rent defaulters and dozens of others who have been paying ...

The failure of a convicted murderer to pay his legal fees has delayed the trial of four men accused ...

Former president Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane Zuma, is in the dock on Tuesday in his culpable ...

Two men gunned down inside their homes

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Two people were killed in two separate suspected hit murders, both on Friday.

Eskom said no load-shedding this week, but some will still not have power

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A load-shedding free week for most parts of the country.

Police union boss 'assaulted' - but cops say he was resisting arrest

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President of the South African Policing Union (Sapu) Mpho Kwinika was "assaulted" by police officers at the weekend ...

Kuga fire witness ‘colluding with Ford’, Gerrie Nel alleges

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Former Ford SA CEO Jeff Nemeth told a police witness to change his statement to include details which could make a ...

Human trafficking case delayed

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The human trafficking trial involving two guardians who allegedly arranged for their 13year-old mentally challenged ...

Prosecution asks to drop rape case

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In a strange turn of events, the state has asked to withdraw a case of rape against a Blue Bulls contract rugby player, ...

Top chess players do battle in Bay

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Chess grandmasters as well as emerging chess players gathered at the Boardwalk International Convention Centre on ...

Kirkwood farm manager killed

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A Kirkwood farmer manager was stabbed to death while his wife and son managed to escape during a farm attack on Sunday ...

Bay gets R200m windfall boost from Treasury

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The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has received a R200m cash boost from the national Treasury that must be spent by ...

Mangosuthu Buthelezi's wife Princess Irene dies after 'long, difficult illness'

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Irene Audrey Thandekile Buthelezi, described as the "beloved" wife of veteran politician Mangosuthu Buthelezi, has died.

Call to name sexual predators at varsities

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Name and shame sexual predators preying on students and staff at universities.

Liquidations take toll on Bay business

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An average of three companies a month have been forced to apply for liquidation in Nelson Mandela Bay since 2017 – and ...

Two gang shootings in the northern areas at the weekend

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Two separate weekend gang related shootings saw several people escape unscathed despite several shots being fired.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is spending March 22-23 2019 in the Western Cape to woo voters to support the ANC. This is the only province the ANC currently does not govern. Subscribe to TimesLIVE here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TimesLive

Ramaphosa visits Delft to address Western Cape voters

President Cyril Ramaphosa is spending March 22-23 2019 in the Western Cape to woo voters to support the ANC. This is the only province the ANC currently does not govern. Subscribe to TimesLIVE here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TimesLive

Opinion

Creation of a neo-colonial state

Students, especially the black youth who are the grandchildren of the proletarianised people who were killed in Sharpeville, demanded an introduction of free ...

Fear for destruction of our hard-won democracy

The other fear is that the EFF will become powerful enough to destroy the checks and balances on those leaders that are venal, corrupt and incompetent.

SA faced with depressing reality

Last week my heart went out to the poor men and women who try to run businesses in townships and villages across South Africa.

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Ashwin sparks outrage over Buttler's 'Mankad' dismissal

Spinner Ashwin took the bails off at the non-striker's end while Buttler was backing up, with the controversial move ...

Editorial | Leave no one behind in enforcing rights

Human trafficking is an ugly, sordid crime which unfortunately is prevalent all over the word as well as in this metro.

Cape Town's Frances Clare band to play in PE

Cape Town folk rockers Frances Clare will perform in Port Elizabeth on Thursday March 28 at Butterfield Road

It hurt me being out, says Khune

Injured Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune said it had been agonising watching from the ...

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