Stop making patients wait outside, TAC tells clinics

Patient describes how they fear nurses

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 21 September 2020

Woman who sold municipal water told to leave her shack

Property owner outraged that his tenant took advantage of water shortages in Port Elizabeth

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 21 September 2020

PE’s Day Zero: a result of poor planning and a failure to fix leaks

Huge repairs backlog as crisis deepens

By Mkhuseli Sizani and James Stent - 21 September 2020

Anger erupts over PE water shortages

“We will not tolerate this forever because water is a basic need”

By Thamsanqa Mbovane and Mkhuseli Sizani - 18 September 2020

Unemployed youths threaten to shut shopping mall

Local young men and women are demanding jobs at a Port Elizabeth shopping centre

By Joseph Chirume - 18 September 2020

“They stabbed and stoned my horses” says Fairview stable owner

Dippin Blu Horse Racing considers legal action against its former workers after protest

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 18 September 2020

Students say private accommodation is expensive and unsafe in PE

Protesters demand municipality convert derelict buildings into residences

By Joseph Chirume - 16 September 2020

Shack owner sent away after boy is electrocuted by izinyoka connection

Despatch residents send delegation to municipal offices to demand electricity

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 15 September 2020

“We will hit them where it hurts” warns NEHAWU leader

Union vows to shut down government services, including SARS and SASSA

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 14 September 2020

Unions threaten total shutdown if no response in five days

NEHAWU is demanding a 7% increase

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 3 September 2020

Township parents build their own speed bumps to slow traffic

Fears for children’s safety after hit and run accident

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 2 September 2020

PE’s ward committee members protest against muncipality

They demanded backpay, skills development training and personal protective equipment

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 28 August 2020

Woman with concrete slab told her house is complete

About 250 foundations laid in 2014 still have no RDP houses on them

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 26 August 2020

Community healthcare workers sick of being paid “peanuts”

“We are faced with this pandemic but the Department is still reluctant to improve our working conditions”

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 18 August 2020

Motorists pay volunteers to fix potholes in Nelson Mandela Bay

Fed-up with waiting for the municipality, residents have taken matters into their own hands

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 6 August 2020

R300,000 lotto grant for school comes to naught because of criminals

“They only left stumps of goalposts,” says primary school principal

By Joseph Chirume - 5 August 2020