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Hidden costs of blackouts

Rampant load-shedding is not just plunging households and small businesses into darkness, its far-reaching effects are also having an impact on crucial provisions for ...

Weekend post reporter Zamandulo Malonde explores the Eastern Cape

For four months equipment worth millions has lain unused.The equipment was meant to be used as part ...

Blame the husband, not the other woman

Weeken Post

No one is left confused when you talk about the “other woman” but it is sad how ...

Nelson Mandela Bay residents carrying bulk ...

Weeken Post

Nelson Mandela Bay residents are suffering much longer periods of load-shedding ...

Light at the end of tunnel in Makhanda

Weeken Post

Makana municipality officials are making moves to ensure the town of Makhanda ...

NMBM experiences water reduction due to load-shedding

News

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is currently experiencing reduced water supply from the western sources due to ...

Two held after armed robbery

Weeken Post

Two men have been arrested on attempted murder charges after they allegedly tried to kill a 33-year-old Joe Slovo man.

Oscar Mabuyane's speech on students’ R1m alcohol spend not going down well

Weeken Post

Eastern Cape finance MEC Oscar Mabuyane is taking the heat from students after a video of his maiden budget speech ...

Police search as man accused of murdering girl not in court

Weeken Post

Police spent much of Friday searching for a man allegedly behind the gruesome murder of a young girl after he skipped ...

Victim given scam artist’s luxury car

Weeken Post

A Uitenhage man may have lost more than R300,000 in a black-dollar scam last year – but on Friday he received some ...

Fikile Mbalula tells Zondo inquiry that state capture is politically incorrect

News

The ANC’s election head says there is a perception that state resources ‘are being looted or redirected to individuals ...

Nuclear would have solved our problems – Zuma

News

A nuclear deal with Russia would have solved South Africa’s energy crisis, according to former president Jacob Zuma, ...

'I would knock out Maimane in the boxing ring': Julius Malema

News

EFF leader has mocked Gqom artist and West Ink Records boss Mampintsha for failing to take on DA leader Mmusi Maimane ...

Girl, 12, raped in latest child crime wave to hit Eastern Cape

News

A week after an Alice father opened a case of rape and kidnapping against a 21-year-old man, he is perturbed that the ...

Nelson Mandela Bay heritage sites turn off tourists

News

Heritage sites in Nelson Mandela Bay are in a state of decay, plagued by vandals and vagrants.

Ramaphosa criticised for claiming SA will overcome load-shedding like it did apartheid

Politics

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been criticised for comparing the current nationwide power cuts to apartheid. 

It's Friday and there is some load-shedding reprieve for SA

World

South Africans will have some reprieve as Eskom implements stage 2 load-shedding from 9am on Friday.

‘Human Rights Day should have been marked in KwaLanga’

News

Langa Massacre Foundation chair Nicholas Malgas lambasted the provincial government for commemorating Human Rights Day ...

Multimedia

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

Eskom failures a lesson for all

To begin with, the crisis in Eskom teaches us something vital about how South Africans deal with such misery in everyday life.

Answers on fish farms needed

A proposed multi-site fish farm project for Nelson Mandela Bay, which sparked controversy when it was first planned years ago, has recently been revived.

Eskom puts SA in the Dark Ages

How then do we make sense of the Fourth Industrial Revolution when basic things, such as electricity, are in a state of crisis?

Inside HeraldLIVE

Matthew Breetzke blitzes maiden ton to lead Warriors into cup semis

Breetzke, whose highest score for the Warriors until Saturday was 57, thrashed a superb 131 not out as the Warriors ...

25th KKNK bursting at the seams with art of all forms

The Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (KKNK) celebrates its 25th anniversary and a packed programme of arts across all ...

How to cure your own salmon trout

Curing your own salmon trout is dead easy if you follow chef Mynhardt Joubert's tried-and-tested method

Lighter reds can be slightly chilled, perfect for still-warm autumn weather

Wine columnist Sam Venter says Lighter reds can be slightly chilled, perfect for still-warm autumn weather

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