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Your Weekend

Your Weekend

Day zero’s grim reality kicks in

The first water collection points in Nelson Mandela Bay are set to be activated on Saturday as the city’s long-threatened water crisis becomes reality.

Ten water collection sites will be activated from Saturday to operate 24 hours a day.

In recent years the Eastern Cape has slowly built a reputation as one of the country’s greatest ...

Visit these glorious new lodges above ...

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Mosey on over to Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park for rhino tracking and game drives

Take the time to develop shared meaning and ...

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In our daily lives, working with married couples, we are confronted by a myriad ...

Stick your neck out for these rock ’n ...

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A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Welcome return for much-loved arts festival

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And finally, SA’s premier arts festival is back in the format we have come to know and love over the past five decades.

Clarendon staffer given fitting send-off after 33 years

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Hired by a school he would later call home, Vumile Nkenjini, a young man at the time, had very few skills, but his ...

New book documents difference made by MathArt competition

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Mathematics and art have always been considered worlds apart, but an innovative approach to combining the creative with ...

Day what? Residents have their say on water crisis

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Though some Bay residents do not believe there will ever be a day zero in the metro, others have installed rainwater ...

‘I am still waiting for him to come home’

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Nicolas Verwey’s fiancée is still waiting for him to come home.

National Arts Council opens call for funding applications

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The National Arts Council (NAC) has made available R180m to support artists and has put out a call for creatives to ...

Fun galore for little ones at National Arts Festival

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Children of all ages are in for a treat at the National Arts Festival, with a variety of shows to enjoy and a holiday ...

Village Green the place to eat, drink and be merry

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While the Village Green at the annual National Arts Festival in Makhanda may be smaller this year, visitors can still ...

REVIEW | A walk through the lives of those left behind after the Marikana tragedy

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The Marikana, Ten Years On exhibition seeks to address questions of accountability and justice around the Marikana ...

‘Impossible’ illusion, magic and entertainment with Brendon Peel

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A sleight of hand or an illusion so precise you are left wondering if what you saw really happened.

Woman braves pit bull’s jaws to save child

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Hailed a hero, a Gqeberha woman is in hospital after putting her life on the line for a complete stranger when she ...

Councillor survives bloody shooting after would-be killer’s gun jams

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Kirkwood ANC ward councillor Mandile Payi was in his lounge on Thursday night when an unidentified man walked through ...

Wheels come off for girlfriend suspected of framing lover

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A disgruntled girlfriend who took a squabble with her lover to a whole new level by claiming she had been hijacked, ...