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Pitbulls: family speaks out

THE family of a 45-year-old East London woman mauled to death by pitbulls last week said they were battling to come to terms with her tragic death. Michelle Pook, the sister of Haidee Pook who died in the early hours of Friday morning after three pitbulls tore into her at a Baysville house,


Pitbulls kill woman

A QUIET East London suburb is reeling in shock after a 45-year-old woman was mauled to death by pitbull terriers.

INSPIRATIONAL SOUNDS: Local gospel band, Chosen.

Chosen launches second album tomorrow

GOSPEL group Chosen will be at John Bisseker Hall tomorrow where they will be launching their second album Believe.

74 year old Krebe Mpukumpu (middle) from Cambridge Location was a happy man when social workers and in-mates from Wesbank Correctional Facility came to help him mend and paint his home. Flooring, doors and windows were fixed/replaced as part of the 67 minutes for Madiba. Picture: MARK ANDREWS © DAILY DISPATCH

PHOTO GALLERY: Eastern Cape goes all out for Mandela Day

HUNDREDS of Eastern Capers joined the world in honouring Nelson Mandela by doing charity work as part of the “67 Minutes” campaign today.

A policeman was killed this afternoon (July 15) when a runaway trailer smashed into the vehicle he was travelling in on the R72 towards East London. Two of his colleagues and a number of other travellers were rushed to hospital. Picture: STEPHANIE LLOYD.

Runaway trailer kills cop, injures more

An Eastern Cape police officer died in a freak accident this afternoon on the R72 near the East London airport when a run away trailer slammed into his car.

An accident that occurred this afternoon on Settlers way, miraculously left no one injured. Picture: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Accident causes traffic chaos on Settler’s Way

A GROUP of people had a lucky escape when two vehicles they were travelling in collided with each other and rolled, with one catching fire.

A group of women who witnessed the death of a homeless woman, say they called the provincial health department’s ambulance services and the police but there was no response

Body of homeless woman found in EL

THE body of a homeless woman was found in Southernwood, East London, earlier today.

AFTER spending months preparing their songs, the Stirling High School acapella vocal group would be leaving for Latvia next week to take part in the World Choir Games. The eight singers together with their teacher Leoni Armour (red neckpiece) would be among thousands of singers taking part in the international games. Picture: SUPPLIED

Stirling ‘a capella’ group off to Latvia

AN EAST London high school’s a cappella group will jet off to Latvia next week to take part in the World Choir Games.

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