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Families forced to move to clear way for project

Scores of residents from Mzamomhle township in Gonubie have been left displaced and confused after they were allegedly told to move their homes to make way for a construction ...

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Thieves hit R200m student library

The R200m state-of-the-art collaborative university library that was opened in East London late in 2018, has been stripped of 17 computers, allegedly ...

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WATCH | 300 families evicted from RDP homes after illegal ...

Tensions reached boiling point when 300 families that had illegally occupied RDP homes were evicted from the government houses in East London on ...

Opinion

OPINION | Healthcare still out of reach for SA’s ...

More than 25 years into the democratic dispensation, SA has yet to provide a comprehensive healthcare package to all its people.
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NPA boss ‘hired hitmen to kill wife’

A senior National Prosecuting Authority official in KwaZulu-Natal has been arrested and charged with conspiracy to kill his estranged wife, who is a top magistrate in the Eastern Cape.
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Bankrupt ADM pays manager R2.4m

Bankrupt Amathole district municipality pays its municipal manager Thandekile Mnyimba R2.4m a year – R500,000 more than ...

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Staff shortage at heart of Eastern Cape public hospital problems

Health MEC Sindiswa Gomba has identified staff shortages as the crux of the problems faced by state hospitals in the ...

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Suspect kept murdered East London woman under bed

A factory worker who allegedly killed a Cambridge mother and kept her body under his bed was arrested at the weekend.

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Pupils left stranded after court rules on schools

Over 800 children will have to find new schools to attend when the third term starts on July 9 after the Grahamstown ...

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EC municipalities now part of inquiry into allegations of state capture

While no details were given as to what exactly it will be probing in the province, and which municipalities it will be ...

Politics

Use it or lose it? BCM must spend R700m in next 5 days

Buffalo City Metro has until the end of the week to spend more than R700m of its capital budget for service delivery ...

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Mhlontlo to fight R100m lawsuit

Mhlontlo municipal bosses have been ordered to pay nearly R100m to a land developer who sued them for a housing project ...

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Residents’ irate over cement dust

A dark cloud of cement dust covers the farms on the N6 outside Komani towards Aliwal North.

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Health MEC takes on state hospital CEOs

Health MEC Sindiswa Gomba summoned all chief executive officers of state hospitals in the Eastern Cape to an urgent ...

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No change in Butterworth patient backlog

Patients continue to suffer at Butterworth Hospital, where sleeping on floors and chairs remains the norm.

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