AWARD-winning saxophonist McCoy Mrubata’s dream is to see the younger generation learning more about music and keeping the spirit of jazz alive in South African townships.
‘Joy on those faces just heart-warming’ THE department of education has new menus for its school nutrition programme – and for the first time, Eastern Cape pupils will be fed chicken meat.
THE Bhisho legislature is to appoint a retired judge to investigate sex-for-jobs claims that have rocked the provincial government recently.
A QUICK thinking off-duty provincial traffic officer who foiled an armed robbery in Mthatha last week was honoured with a certificate of bravery yesterday.
Teen girl flees out back of torched home A BLOODTHIRSTY mob slaughtered an archbishop and his family during a violent weekend which also saw four women raped across the Transkei.
GRADE 10 pupil Thabisa Rolinyathi wakes up at 5am every morning to prepare for school. After hurriedly getting dressed, the Tsholomnqa High School pupil leaves the house at 5.30am for a gruelling 21km walk to school.
FOR 27-year-old East Londoner Michael Taljaard, July was a very good month as he had his book, The Transkei Run and the Times of High Strangeness, published by Penguin Books.
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma has given AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Zwelibanzi Dalindyebo 30 days to convince him why he should not vacate his throne.