Former Port Alfred spaceship house’s history sought

Futuro 22 London 2016

The new owner of the spaceship-styled “Futuro” house that once graced the East Bank of Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape is seeking historical information about it. The Futuro spaceship house More...

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Electronic directory for Ndlambe a Kwiklick away

An electronic directory that works, Kwiklick, was launched in Ndlambe on Tuesday by an enterprising businesswoman, Cyndi Roodt An enterprising Bathurst businesswoman More...

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Conservation threats in South Africa highlighted at Probus

The threats conservation is facing in South Africa was highlighted in a thought provoking talk titled “Threats to Wildlife Conservation in South Africa” by leading More...

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Wetlands take centre stage says East Cape Government

This year wetlands will take centre stage as government, together with other stakeholders, demonstrated the vital role of wetlands for the future of humanity says More...

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Random Planet Jazz returns to the Castle

The Random Planet Jazz Quartet will once again be entering Earth’s orbit, making a much-anticipated return to Classics at the Castle in Port Alfred. Random More...

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Chinese New Year celebrated at A Touch of Spice

Guests gathered at A Touch of Spice, upstairs at Guido’s in Port Alfred, to celebrate the Chinese New Year, with a lavish event of colour, dance and food on Monday. The More...

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Community members arrest two suspects in Grahamstown

Two male suspects who entered a spaza shop in Vukani, Grahamstown, and then fled were arrested soon afterward by community members. The suspects gained entry to More...

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GBS Mixed Fours at Albany Bowls attracts 24 teams

Twenty-four teams made their way to the Albany Bowls Club in cloudy but cool weather to play in the GBS Mixed Fours last Sunday. Andrew Marshal from GBS with the More...

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Madibaz show promise in Varsity Cup defeat

Despite ending on the losing side, the FNB NMMU Madibaz showed some early-season promise in a wet FNB Varsity Cup encounter against the University of Johannesburg More...

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River Mile runs in Richards family’s blood

Three generations of the well-known Richards swimming clan will line up at the 92nd SPAR River Mile Festival at Cannonville outside Port Elizabeth later this month. Kevin More...

Nkandla much more than paying back the money

Mmusi Maimane on Nkandla

Mmusi Maimane, Democratic Alliance leader, on Nkandla court case; Nkandla is well established as the prime symbol of corruption and wasteful expenditure in SA. But it is the DA’s More...

Rock-king the Boat with Mandla Seleoane

Mandla Seleoane

This week’s column by Mandla Seleoane – Rocking the Boat – challenges our thinking on kings versus the State So now perhaps the dust has settled down about More...

Rocking the Boat with Mandla Seleoane

Mandla Seleoane

Mandla Seleoane on the ‘sunset clauses’ and education for politicians South Africa has experimented with a few things since 1994. We don’t quite know when those More...

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Port Elizabeth property market follows national trends

Steady growth has made Port Elizabeth property a safe as houses investment bet, with new developments matching national trends. Increased interest in ‘live, work, play’ communities More...

Fish River Sun entertains the whole family

Operations manager FRS with Mamma Ramba and Neville Williamson with one of the Fab Four, part of the Marionette’s show that will be at the Fish over the season. Photo: Provided A More...

Community members arrest two suspects in Grahamstown

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Two male suspects who entered a spaza shop in Vukani, Grahamstown, and then fled were arrested soon afterward by community More...

Crime in Ndlambe as much a reality as anywhere else

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Visitors to Ndlambe would be well-advised to be vigilant while on holiday here, and be mindful of the fact that More...

Random Planet Jazz Quartet Random Planet Jazz returns to the Castle

The Random Planet Jazz Quartet will once again be entering Earth’s orbit, making a much-anticipated return...

Chinese New Year16 Chinese New Year celebrated at A Touch of Spice

Guests gathered at A Touch of Spice, upstairs at Guido’s in Port Alfred, to celebrate the...

elgar Crescendo! on Elgar

This week in Crescendo! Peter Grist speaks about Edgar Elgar and other English composers When one...

Tourism figures drop

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StatsSA graph showing the number of tourists from the 10 leading overseas countries in April 2014 and April More...

Bedford is blooming amazing!

Our first trip to the Bedford Garden Festival  on the weekend of 23-25 October was one of the best treats of..

Karoo National Park scoops awards

Karoo National Park outside Beaufort West can proudly boast with having the Best Performing Rest Camp within South African National Parks...

BMW’s M2 Coupe a stunner

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BMW have taken the wraps off their stunning new M2 coupe, a car that promises to deliver new levels of driving More...

Toyota maintains market leadership in 2015

Toyota South Africa Motors signed off the second last month of 2015 with another month of unstoppable market leadership, making it..

Ford’s new Figo a winner

Ford officially launched their brand new Figo in South Africa in mid-October and for the first time a sedan variant joined..

Wetlands take centre stage says East Cape Government

wetlandsThis year wetlands will take centre stage as government, together with other stakeholders, demonstrated the vital role of wetlands for the..
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NSRI CEO sums up festive season operations

NSRI CEO recently summed up NSRI National Operations over the festive season in which 139 people were rescued. “As our children..
Hidden Light

Exploring Space with NASA at Scifest Africa

Visitors to this year’s National Science Festival, Scifest Africa, will again have the unique opportunity to interact with artists and scientist..
Conservation

Conservation threats in South Africa highlighted at Probus

The threats conservation is facing in South Africa was highlighted in a thought provoking talk titled “Threats to Wildlife Conservation in..

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