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Police decry role of alcohol in East Cape road accidents

THREE people died in East London and one in Mthatha in a horror weekend on the province’s roads that also saw a taxi driver arrested after his blood alcohol level was found to be seven times above the legal limit.

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TEN luxury thatched riverside mansions were destroyed by fire outside East London yesterday morning.

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Parlotones set to rock East London

SOUTH African alternative rock legends the Parlotones are set to light up East London tomorrow night as they prepare for their first appearance at Numbers Dance Club.

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Church hit by sex scandal

Women claim pastor had sexual relations with them. AN EAST London church is struggling to recover from an embarrassing scandal after a string of women worshippers revealed they had sexual relations with the leader of the church – the charismatic Pastor Zakhele Ntiwane.

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Teachers call for Bhisho heads to roll

R25m debt for teachers’ pay defies court order. SCHOOLS in East London whose parents pay for teachers in state jobs have called for tough action against the heads of the national and provincial education departments for failing to obey a court order to repay millions due to them.

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FIRE AND ICE: More snow and rain will be on the way

WHILE heavy snow falls yesterday caused havoc on Eastern Cape roads, gale-force winds fanned a fire through a township.

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Ndongeni vows to put Malinga to bed

EXCITING Duncan Village boxer Xolisani Ndongeni has promised to produce the same performance he dished out to Mlamli Madikane when he faces Patrick Malinga at East London’s Orient Theatre tomorrow.

(from left to right) BCM mayor Zukiswa Ncitha, ANC Regional secretary Pumlani Mkolo, BCM councillor Sindiswa Gomba and BCM speaker Luleka Simon-Ndzele appeared in the East London Magistrates Court on fraud charges Picture: MARK ANDREWS © DAILY DISPATCH

Mandela funeral saga: PAYBACK TIME

NPA ‘arrangement’ unfreezes trialists’ accounts. SOME of the people arrested for fraud relating to former president Nelson Mandela’s funeral have paid back the money they allegedly received.

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