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Tito’s great pensioner plan

Thousands of Eastern Cape civil servants aged between 55 and 59 should gear themselves for early retirement, says Finance MEC Oscar Mabuyane.

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Doctor among the dead at PSJ crash

The bodies of four people, among them a medical doctor from the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha, were on Wednesday pulled out of a ...

Sport

Madibaz ease past WSU All Blacks

The Nelson Mandela Madibaz eventually wore down a determined defensive effort from the Walter Sisulu University All Blacks to claim a bonus-point ...

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School toilets before tablets

Government’s big e-learning plan to roll out tablets to schools has been criticised for trying to introduce a digital revolution in the midst of a “stone age”.
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WATCH | Lone taxi operator says other drivers ...

A Mdantsane lone taxi operator seen in a video being choked by other taxi drivers has recounted the attack that left him unconscious on Monday.
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‘Berets’ to tackle crime in Ngcobo

A highly-trained tactical response team will arrive in Ngcobo in eight days’ time to help fight the high rate of crime ...

Opinion

OPINION | Zuma: my prosecution should be stopped

Former president Jacob Zuma says the state chose not to charge him for corruption with his former financial adviser ...

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WATCH | Eastern Cape 5-day weather forecast

Here is your detailed five day weather forecast for some cities in the Eastern Cape. 

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Waste removal returns in BCM after labour unrest

Waste collection services returned slowly to the Buffalo City Metro Municipality (BCM) this week, but still residents ...

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Court slams ‘relentless’ union harassment of Fort England CEO

Former Fort England Psychiatric Hospital CEO Dr Roger Walsh has failed in his Labour Court bid to review the health ...

Lifestyle

Cheers! Another harvest for Whittlesea winery

Defying the drought, Whittlesea’s Mayime Winery celebrated the start of its fourth successful grape harvest this week.

Motoring

Albon keeps Toro Rosso at the top of F1 testing timesheets

Thai racer Alexander Albon kept Toro Rosso on top of the Formula One testing timesheets at lunchtime on Thursday while ...

Sport

Breakdancing will make its debut as Olympics sport in 2024

Breakdancing is set to make its debut as an Olympic sport at Paris 2024, the head of the local organising committee ...

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Ill government workers rushed to hospital

Ambulances had to be called in after several social development employees vomited and fainted while working at a ...

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Two arrested for fatal school shooting

Police have confirmed that two people have been arrested after two people were killed in a shooting at the Edenvale ...

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'No words are enough to express our sorrow': Gauteng education MEC on cyberbullying ...

Gauteng's education department is "deeply saddened" by the death of a 13-year-old primary school learner who committed ...

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Durban university wins court challenge to ban protesting students

The Durban high court has granted the Durban University of Technology (DUT) a temporary interdict barring students from ...

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Armed robbers hit second Joburg high school on same day

Norkem High School in Kempton Park became the second school to be hit by a robbery on Thursday afternoon.

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Port Elizabeth dad and his baby girl killed in suspected hit

Baby murdered in suspected hit murder in Zwide.

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Agri-export growth welcomed

In the 2019 budget review, the ministry of finance reveals that in the first three quarters of 2018, real value added ...

OPINION | Zuma: my prosecution should be stopped

Former president Jacob Zuma says the state chose not to charge him for corruption with his former financial adviser Schabir Shaik – because then-prosecutions ...

OPINION | A hard-truth response to a difficult fiscal fix

The first point finance minister Tito Mboweni made was that the National Budget delivered on Wednesday is “in the interest of our people and our country, and ...

OPINION | How state capture looters are reinventing themselves as the ones to save SA

The bungled Estina and Duduzane Zuma cases are being used to revise the narrative around their criminality and normalise the idea of them returning to SA

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Shots were fired at Edenvale High School in Johannesburg on February 21, 2019, during a suspected robbery. Two suspects were shot dead and a third was injured in the shootout that occurred around midday.

Two suspects killed in fatal Edenvale school robbery

Shots were fired at Edenvale High School in Johannesburg on February 21, 2019, during a suspected robbery. Two suspects were shot dead and a third was injured in the shootout that occurred around midday.

City News

Nahoon power outage

The electricity supply will be interrupted to consumers supplied by the Buffalo City Metro in Nahoon on Tuesday from ...

BCM workers’ path littered with threats

Buffalo City Metro has laid a complaint with police against temporary refuse collectors who allegedly “intimidated” BCM ...

Police investigate armed robbery at ...

Police are investigating a case of armed robbery after The Crazy Store in Retail Park was robbed of an undisclosed ...

Zoo looks at improving life for the ...

The East London zoo first came under fire when news of the death of Chacma baboon, William, surfaced in 2017, and saw ...

Rare dolphin washes up on Nahoon beach

A rare striped dolphin was found washed up at Nahoon beach on Tuesday morning.

EFF councillor dies in crash

The Economic Freedom Fighters has lost one of their councillors, Sabelo Hoyo, who died on Friday in a fatal car ...

200 residents share one stinking public ...

About 200 residents in an East London township share a single communal toilet while live, naked electricity cables lie ...

Vandals strip children’s play park

An entertainment park in Mdantsane’s NU17 is under threat from brazen thieves who have stripped the park of its fence ...

BCM chair fears threats on her life are ...

Buffalo City Metro municipal public accounts committee chair Zameka Kodwa-Gajula fears for her life amid “threats” from ...

Constant cable theft ‘ignored’

Fed-up with rampant electricity cable theft in his neighbourhood, an East London man has drawn a line in the sand and ...

BCM’s cleanup gathers steam

The Buffalo City Metro cleaning initiative that has kept the East London Settlers Way and and the beachfront clean, has ...

Blaze at ‘illegal’ tip sparks fury

Arson is believed to be behind two massive fires on the controversial and allegedly illegal municipal refuse tip in ...

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Cheers! Another harvest for Whittlesea ...

Defying the drought, Whittlesea’s Mayime Winery celebrated the start of its fourth successful grape harvest this week.

Albon keeps Toro Rosso at the top of F1 ...

Thai racer Alexander Albon kept Toro Rosso on top of the Formula One testing timesheets at lunchtime on Thursday while ...

Lewis Hamilton shrugs off Ferrari's fiery ...

Lewis Hamilton shrugged off Ferrari's testing pace on Wednesday while recognising that he and Mercedes faced their ...

Mthatha-born, East London-raised artist’s ...

This is SA’s most expensive photograph. The shot by Athi-Patra Ruga sold for R1,707,000 at an auction on Saturday at ...

SA to get a taste of Formula 1 in 2019

Red Bull car to light up the streets of Cape Town in June showcase

Getting all that jazz flourishing again

Once known as the “Little Jazz Town”, a Komani-born internationally acclaimed jazz bassist is on a mission to revive ...

Business

Sugar tax has cost R1bn and should be ...

SA Cane Growers’ Association says that its impact on obesity is still questionable, but its knock to the economy and ...

Woolies CEO will be in for a really rough ...

Are shareholders really comfortable with Ian Moir running Woolworths remotely from Australia?

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