Court challenge to SIU findings against Nelson Mandela Bay’s Covid spending fails

The Special Investigating Unit found irregularities in a R26.4-million toilet procurement during the national state of disaster


Law | 15 March 2023

Dismissed immigrant lecturers withdraw Labour Court case

Port Elizabeth TVET College agrees not to retrench them


Brief | 14 March 2023

Dismissed immigrant lecturers refuse request to withdraw their court case

Labour Court in Gqeberha postpones case to 14 March


Brief | 22 February 2023

“Total madness”: Fishers protest against ocean drilling

TotalEnergies plans to drill for oil and gas between Mossel Bay and Cape St Francis


Brief | 9 February 2023

Dire shortage of school places for autistic children

There are currently 133 children on the waiting list at Quest School for Learners with Autism, the only public specialist school in Gqeberha


News | 3 February 2023

Gqeberha shack dwellers demand houses after waiting 24 years

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality promises serviced sites


News | 3 February 2023

Labour Court sets aside dismissal of immigrant lecturers

Port Elizabeth TVET College ordered to explain its action in court


News | 1 February 2023

“Poo protests” turn violent in Gqeberha

Toilets have not been cleaned for weeks in a number of informal settlements according to the protesters


News | 31 January 2023

Poo protest in Gqeberha

Nearly 600 households, sharing ten toilets in Govan Mbeki Village, say the facilities have not been cleaned since before Christmas


News | 19 January 2023

Court rules on unwed fathers

Judge says regulation on registration of unwed fathers without documents on children’s birth certificates is “irrational” and unconstitutional


Law | 16 January 2023

Rubbish hasn’t been collected for weeks in parts of Gqeberha

“We couldn’t enjoy Christmas lunch under these smelly conditions”


News | 10 January 2023

Gqeberha beachgoers will have to wait for the municipality to fix these filthy buildings

New Brighton beach facilities have been left to ruin


Brief | 14 December 2022

Somali owners close spaza shops as crime rises in Gqeberha

Police are no longer trusted by many immigrants


News | 13 December 2022

Spread of swine fever blamed on poor farming

This infectious disease has hit the pockets of many families in Nelson Mandela Bay who rely on pigs to generate an income


News | 1 December 2022