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Colourful Eastern Cape icon Weekend Post hits the streets one last time

It’s the end of an era as the last edition of Weekend Post prepares to roll off the press after nearly 80 years.

Over the decades, Weekend Post adapted to the changing times, each era bringing a newsroom with its ...

A newspaper article is often only as good as the picture that accompanies it, and over the years ...

LETTER | Post’s demise will leave a huge hole on Saturdays

Weeken Post

My association with Weekend Post goes back to my childhood and I have certainly read almost every edition of the paper ...

Time for final Post after long innings

Weeken Post

Two events that made banner front page headlines in the Sport Final edition of the Weekend Post during the 1980s were ...

Former sports editor Stan Terblanche takes a walk down memory lane

Weeken Post

The decision by Arena Holdings to close down the Weekend Post will come as a shock to many — especially “old-timers” ...

Sad farewell to our dear old friend

Weeken Post

Today, with heavy hearts and a profound sense of gratitude, we bid farewell to this beloved newspaper.

McCabe magic produced a winner week after week

Weeken Post

A holiday coinciding with the 1995 Rugby World Cup brought newspaper man Jeremy McCabe back to his home province of the ...

Team had time to develop stories without urgent daily deadline

Weeken Post

Charmain Naidoo was Weekend Post’s managing editor from 2006 to 2010, and was instrumental in establishing the ...

Court cases that rocked the nation

Weeken Post

Nelson Mandela Bay has over the years made it onto the national map for some of the biggest, most groundbreaking and ...

Boardwalk’s new maintenance manager builds on culture of reliability

Weeken Post

Armed with international qualifications and a mindset that prizes customer service and safety, the Boardwalk’s new ...

Taps in parts of Knysna run brown or dry

Weeken Post

Residents in the suburb of Hornlee in Knysna woke up to muddy brown water coming out of their taps on Friday morning.

Protesting parents close school’s doors

Weeken Post

Dilapidated infrastructure, alleged nepotism and financial mismanagement, and general dysfunctionality brought Conville ...

Killer DJ running business from prison?

Weeken Post

One of the country’s most notorious murderers, Knysna DJ Heinrich van Rooyen, has allegedly been running a business, ...

Plett airport on the way up

Weeken Post

Plettenberg Bay airport is about to take flight after the Bitou municipality concluded its tender processes.

Nelson Mandela Bay risks losing R500m in funding due to underspending

Weeken Post

With a National Treasury deadline looming for the city to explain why it should not lose about R500m in critical ...