Thursday Aug 14
ANC 'humbled' by by-election results
The ANC on Thursday said it was humbled after scooping three wards previously held by other political parties in Wednesday's by-elections.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
.com | Zille has selective amnesia - ANC
The ANC has defended the Electoral Commission of SA following claims by DA leader Helen Zille that the institution was in danger of becoming another ruling party "lapdog".
Mon Aug 11, 2014
IEC under threat from ANC: Zille
DA leader Helen Zille questioned on Monday the ability of the Electoral Commission of SA to run free and fair municipal elections in 2016.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Mafia suspects in PE court
Five foreigners with possible links to the Italian mafia have appeared in court after police efforts tracked them across the country, from Gauteng to the southern Cape.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Cape Welsh Choir Performs Tonight at Montagu Youth Arts Festival
The Cape Welsh Choir will present one performance at the annual Montagu Music, Art, Dance and Drama Festival , in the NG Church Hall tonight, 9 August at 5:30pm.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
.com | An open letter to our president: South Africa's own war
As the war between Gaza and Israel make headlines across the globe, I am saddened on how in our very own South Africa; we also face a daily war to combat substance abuse and gangsterism.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Five Italians bust for E Cape fraud
Five Italian men have been arrested for fraud in the Eastern Cape after allegedly trying to sell heavy duty goods worth an estimated R3 million, police said on Tuesday.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Ruth Chinamano: Selfless, unwavering cadre
Cde Ruth Lottie Nomonde Chinamano, a Zanu-PF Central Committee member and a widow of the late veteran nationalist Cde Josiah Chinamano, Died on January 2, 2005.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Currie Cup for new generation stars
Get ready to be thrilled with the new generations stars that will emerge in this year's ABSA Currie Cup.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
.com | PE residents force anti-apartheid museum to close
Port Elizabeth Residents have forced the closure of a museum honouring anti-apartheid heroes, accusing the authorities of building "a house for dead people" while they live in squalor.
South Africa: Up the creek
A WHITE woman in the fluorescent-yellow jacket of a freelance parking attendant steps into the road, gesticulating at an empty bay outside a restaurant in Johannesburg's rich northern suburbs, as black drivers in luxurious German cars swish past, their darkened windows sealed against the chill evening air.
Another bold statement for the Port Elizabeth HOMEMAKERS Expo
The 15th Algoa FM Port Elizabeth HOMEMAKERS Expo, held at our beautiful new venue, The Boardwalk Exhibition Centre, from 24 to 27 July, made another bold statement in the friendly city! With a successful move to a new venue, we welcomed the most visitors through our doors ever, an amazing 20,174 visitors.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
SA carmakers resume output
Carmakers including General Motors and Ford Motor will resume production at their South African plants tomorrow as employees in the metals and engineering industry return to work after a four-week strike.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
'R699' banks deny reckless lending
The claims of manipulating expenses information to influence credit scoring are completely reliant on hearsay and speculation and the application should be dismissed due to lack of jurisdiction.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
.com | Planes in near-miss at PE airport
On the back of a tumultuous global aviation period, two planes from local airlines have allegedly been involved in a near-miss landing at Port Elizabeth Airport.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Cape Welsh Choir to Perform at Montagu Youth Arts Festival, August 9
The Cape Welsh Choir will present one performance at the annual Montagu Music, Art, Dance and Drama Festival , in the NG Church Hall on Saturday 9 August at 5:30pm.