City installs electricity in shacks30/10/2014 3:21
The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality says it is pleased with the progress of electrifying local informal settlements and state subsidised houses following a budget of more than R20m which was approved in July.
Zuma did not lose Dalindyebo case24/10/2014 19:41
The Eastern Cape High Court in Mthatha has not granted King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the AbaThembu an urgent interdict against President Jacob Zuma, the presidency said on Friday.
Premier condemns heritage fire23/10/2014 19:17
Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle on Thursday condemned the burning of ANC stalwart Oliver Tambo's statue at the heritage site in Nkantolo village in Bizana.
Mkiva honours leaders8/10/2014 23:03
A number of international and South African leaders will be honoured at the awards, which are hosted by poet Zolani Mkiva in partnership with the Amathole district municipality.
20 years for Eastern Cape killer7/10/2014 14:43
A man convicted of murdering his 24-year-old girlfriend was on Tuesday sentenced in the Butterworth Magistrate's Court to 20 years behind bars, said Eastern Cape police.
Water shortages in Amathole district30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
Long queues to see Zuma30/9/2014 10:56
People formed long queues outside the Durban University of Technology's Indumiso campus in Pietermaritzburg to see President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday.
Water disruptions in Eastern Cape29/9/2014 16:16
Butterworth and surrounding areas in the Eastern Cape were without water on Monday, the Amathole district municipality said.
Troubled district to be visited26/9/2014 1:27
The portfolio committee on basic education is to visit the troubled Sterkspruit district in the Eastern Cape in a bid resolve a dispute between the SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) and authorities.
Two arrested for dagga possession21/9/2014 18:44
The pair were travelling in a bakkie which had orange maintenance bulbs on it. Police patrolling the highway noticed a large tank at the back of the bakkie, said Captain Mali Govender.