The school holidays have only just begun, but Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle says it’s “all systems go” for the province’s 2015 academic year.
A Mandela family meeting in Qunu, Eastern Cape, last weekend degenerated into shouting, accusations and a near fistfight, four sources have told City Press.
One of the Buffalo City Municipality (BCM) officials accused of being involved in fraudulent behaviour involving R5.9 million was allegedly bullied into signing forms and threatened by the municipality’s financial boss at a set of traffic lights in East London.
A community in Mbizana in the Eastern Cape is furious after police shot and killed two people who were allegedly looting rice from an overturned truck.
Nineteen blocks of flats in Mthatha, owned and managed by the Eastern Cape government, are quite literally falling to pieces.
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Qunu’s residents will be “forever angry” about the way they were treated after Nelson Mandela died, says the village’s chief.
The top leaders of the Buffalo City Metro appeared at the East London Regional Court today on charges of money laundering and fraud.
Four years after an Mpumalanga municipal manager’s house was petrol-bombed in a war over a R14.8 million tender, four men and a woman have been convicted of the crime.
‘Sometimes I wonder if my brother did not die in vain,” says Nolufefe Noki as she cooks her family’s evening meal of pap and cabbage outside her rondavel in Thwalikhulu village.
Space has run out in Mthatha’s main cemetery – so the dead are being buried on the grass verge alongside one of the town’s busiest roads.
Vehicles from the Eastern Cape government’s fleet are being abandoned outside the province’s courts, office buildings and police stations because of minor defects.
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I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
Ordinary people are adversely affected by load shedding, and there may well be disastrous consequences for jobs, livelihoods and our sinking economy.
We hear it all the time, especially during the festive season. Many of South Africa’s taxis are death traps.