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Long queues to see Zuma
30/9/2014 10:56
Long queues to see ZumaPeople 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 Cape
29/9/2014 16:16
Water disruptions in Eastern CapeButterworth and surrounding areas in the Eastern Cape were without water on Monday, the Amathole district municipality said.
Water shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 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.
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Water shortages in Amathole districtWater shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 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 ZumaLong queues to see Zuma
30/9/2014 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 CapeWater disruptions in Eastern Cape
29/9/2014 16:16
Butterworth and surrounding areas in the Eastern Cape were without water on Monday, the Amathole district municipality said.
 
Troubled district to be visitedTroubled district to be visited
26/9/2014 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.
 
Fawu to approach CCMA to solve Crickley Dairy strikeFawu to approach CCMA to solve Crickley Dairy strike
24/9/2014 12:22
The Food and Allied Workers Union (Fawu) in Eastern Cape will approach the CCMA tomorrow to try and solve the wage strike at Crickley Dairy in Queenstown.
 
Eastern Cape municipal building set alightEastern Cape municipal building set alight
23/9/2014 14:55
A municipal building in Kirkwood was set alight during service delivery protests on Tuesday, Eastern Cape police said.
 
Protesters barricade R75 in Eastern CapeProtesters barricade R75 in Eastern Cape
22/9/2014 15:22
Protesters barricaded the R75 between Despatch and Port Elizabeth with burning tyres on Monday, Eastern Cape police said.
 
Two arrested for dagga possessionTwo arrested for dagga possession
21/9/2014 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.
 
Off-duty Eastern Cape policeman killedOff-duty Eastern Cape policeman killed
20/9/2014 18:40
An off-duty police officer was assaulted, shot and killed on Saturday, in KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape police said.
 
Three killed in Eastern Cape accidentThree killed in Eastern Cape accident
20/9/2014 5:22
Three people were killed when their car overturned on the N2 near Grahamstown on Friday evening, Eastern Cape police said.
 
By-elections win for ANCBy-elections win for ANC
18/9/2014 23:27
There were two by-elections in the province, one at Tsolwana municipality’s ward five and the other at Mbizana municipality’s ward 11.
 
DA, EFF a bolthole for king says familyDA, EFF a bolthole for king says family
18/9/2014 23:25
The AbaThembu Royal Family, in another bid to have king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo dethroned, have accused him of politicising the family’s customary rules by associating with the DA and the EFF.
 
Pregnant woman falls out of a moving ambulancePregnant woman falls out of a moving ambulance
18/9/2014 12:44
Two drivers were suspended after a woman in labour fell out of their moving ambulance in Ntabankulu, near Mt Frere, the Eastern Cape health department said on Thursday.
 
Female cop gets lifeFemale cop gets life
17/9/2014 23:10
The Mthatha High Court this week sentenced an Elliotdale female police constable, Noxolo Matya, to life imprisonment after she was found guilty for the murder of her station commander Lt Col Nomalizo Dukumbana in December.
 
R2.46m for farmersR2.46m for farmers
16/9/2014 23:34
The provincial government has donated R2.46m to assist farming projects and villagers in Port St Johns after the area became the first to plant green mealies last week.
 


 

 




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