PE starts load shedding6/3/2014 11:13
A number of suburbs in Port Elizabeth will be without electricity until midday, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality said.
Rhodes VC resigns for greener pastures5/3/2014 16:16
Rhodes University vice-chancellor Saleem Badat has resigned from his post of eight years as accounting officer of the Grahamstown based institution
Boost for 3 schools28/2/2014 8:55
Three primary schools in Nelson Mandela Bay have been given donations by an industrial gas company.
Chamber of Business reacts to budget28/2/2014 8:42
The East London Border-Kei Chamber of Business (BKCOB) has praised Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget, delivered in Cape Town on Wednesday, but remained concerned about some aspects.
Saving face after disgrace28/2/2014 8:38
The legal processes to recoup millions of rands paid to the contractor appointed to upgrade Mthatha Airport’s terminal building might take longer than expected, MEC for transport Thandiswa Marawu says.
Upgrade for Ntabanku’s rural hospital27/2/2014 5:29
The R320m upgrade of Ntabankulu’s Sipetu Hospital is aimed at ensuring that rural people have access to decent services at the hospital, says health MEC Sicelo Gqobana.
Before fracking begins27/2/2014 5:26
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) is conducting research to produce a “natural baseline” into the widely publicised exploration of shale gas in the Karoo region.
Experts to clean dirty lake26/2/2014 3:31
The Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) has assembled a team of experts to solve the persistent algae problem that has been affecting the newly constructed lake and fountain at Kings Beach.
Queenstown on the right track26/2/2014 3:27
The Queenstown area is poised to be one of the top areas in agro-processing and commercial agriculture in the Eastern Cape.
School furniture provision battle25/2/2014 21:26
The Mthatha High Court last week ordered the Independent Development Trust to finalise an audit of school furniture needs in the Eastern Cape by Friday this week.
Opposition not impressed24/2/2014 15:55
Political parties have criticised Premier Noxolo Kiviet’s state of the province address on Friday, saying the premier failed to address some “burning issues” in the province.
Premier outlines successes24/2/2014 15:52
Premier Noxolo Kiviet said regardless of the challenges the provincial government still faced, the Eastern Cape was a better place than it was in 1994.
Abalone farm to be seized24/2/2014 15:49
The Asset Forfeiture Unit intends to seize Doornkloof Farm near Alexandria after an illegal abalone processing plant was discovered there last year.
E Cape dismisses Zille's demand for schooling funds24/2/2014 10:12
The Eastern Cape department of education will not entertain Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s suggestion that resources be redirected to her province to cater for students who come from the Eastern Cape.