Parents irate that payment dispute flares up at exam time THOUSANDS of pupils across the Eastern Cape are now stranded as taxi operators have stopped taking them to school over a payment dispute.
IEC Electoral Officer Thamsanqa Mraji was in the hot seat on Wednesday morning after political party agents registered numerous complaints against political parties and IEC officers across the province.
Members of the public have reported that ANC members have been electioneering and campaigning at voting stations across the province – despite being legally forbidden from doing so.
Brenda grateful to Joyous MZANTSI’S number one gospel group Joyous Celebration has produced another soulful solo artist in Brenda Mtambo who wowed fans at the group’s Grateful Tour concert in Port Elizabeth at the weekend.
THIRTEEN young men and women from East London joined three million Catholics at a World Youth Day pilgrimage in Brazil last month.
Infrastructure uses 69% of budget, up from 38% BUFFALO City Metro is celebrating a year in which spending on major projects saw a hefty increase, giving councillors their first bit of cheer for ages
DESPERATE parents searched frantically for their children yesterday after a bus carrying pupils crashed about 60km outside Mthatha.
IN AN effort to get closer to our readers and better cover issues affecting Buffalo City Metro residents, the Daily Dispatch is taking community journalism to the streets and shopping malls of the city with the launch of the Café Newsroom initiative.