Tuesday, November 21, 2017

NSRI SPRING TIDE WARNING

  NATIONAL SPRING TIDE SAFETY WARNING: The Full Moon Spring Tide, which peaked last night, 05 October, will result in the normal Spring Tide conditions around the...

Stenden SA confirms Hotel Opening Minor 

A memorandum of understanding was signed today between Wouter Hensens, the executive dean of Stenden SA, Lynn Keeys, president of the Project Management Institute...

NMU rape suspect arrested

A 29-year-old suspect has been arrested in connection with Monday’s violent attack at Nelson Mandela University during which one student was raped and another...

NMU students gather at campus entrances to discuss safety and security

Pictures: Werner Hills Nelson Mandela University students gathered at the North and South campus entrances on Tuesday morning to discuss safety and security concerns at...

Intruder rapes‚ stabs women at Nelson Mandela University

An armed man has raped one student and stabbed a second inside a computer laboratory at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth. The women were...
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Sweet sounds of steel drums entertain the throngs

The talented Graeme College steel drum band entertained participating youth, guests and parents at the opening ceremony of the National Agricultural Youth Show at...

R200K graduate: Companies step in to help unemployed mining alumnus

Life has taken a positive turn for David Lekomanyane‚ the mining engineering graduate who was due to start a low-paying internship in December. David Lekomanyane...

Arriba! PAHS little ones show much flair in Mexican themed concert

In the heart of Mexico, a lonely cowboy goes in search of love. On his journey, the handsome cowboy meets many friends who all...

Happy Hours at Damant Lodge

Happy Hours entertained the Damant Lodge grannies and grandpas on Wednesday September 20 with some Spring themed songs and thereafter did a Spring Craft...

Teddy-bear picnic at Happy Hours Pre-Primary

LAUGHTER and the sound of children playing filled the air when mom's, dad's, grannies and grandpa's, friends, cousins and a few neighbours arrived at...

Don’t miss the excitement of the National Agricultural Youth Show this weekend

  IF you have never seen a well-groomed bull – coat shiny, hooves polished, eyes bright – then you should do yourself a favour and...

Former city girl needs your help

Sarah Beth McAdam left the bright city lights of Cape Town and moved to a tiny village in the former Transkei seven years ago....

Jeppe old boy S’busiso Nkosi ready to wear Bok badge with honour

Jeppe Boys’ High School taught Sharks winger S'busiso Nkosi to love the badge. "That Jeppe badge was treated like it is everything in the world....

Walter Sisulu University residences are hell‚ say students

Men and women students share showers in overcrowded cockroach-infested residences with broken windows‚ doors and beds as well as inadequate sanitation. This is what students...

Festival of the arts shows off great local talent

https://youtu.be/XT72Sv1fLPY The Port Alfred High School Festival of the arts, in conjunction with the Sha-loui Dance School, featured a variety of song, dance, acting and...

Trevor Manuel says courts holding government executive arms in check

South Africa has reached a terrible stage in its democracy where both the executive and parliament had failed and where the courts tried to...

Gauteng education department to investigate alleged bullying of a Grade 7 learner

The Gauteng education department says it is conducting an investigation into the death of a Grade 7 learner who allegedly died at the hands...

Teachers are not coping with challenges learners face: experts

Parents’ involvement in raising their children is as important as teachers understanding the challenges children face‚ experts say. Speaking to Radio 702 on Thursday‚ Dr...

Youngest PhD gets on-the-spot job offer from Cape Town mayor

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has hired the youngest student to be awarded a doctorate at Cape Peninsula University of Technology after learning...

DSG Interhouse Cross Country winners

The DSG 2017 Interhouse Cross Country was run on Thursday September 14. The 4km course took the girls around the Rhodes University Sports Campus...

DSG pupils shine at horse-riding

DSG Grade 9 pupil Georgie Gerber (on horseback) won the Open Eastern Cape Junior Working Hunter. She also came second in the Open 1.10m...

Hunting for cleaner water solutions

WELL DONE, BOYS! St Andrew’s Prep's `Hunters’ Eco Team has made it through to the semi-final round of this year's Sasol/Forever resorts Eco Quiz....

Avid golfer punches above his weight

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT: Grade 5 St Andrew’s Prep pupil Charles Rose-Innes was recently selected for the U13 Eastern Province Golf team to play in the...

Lots happening at El Shaddai

EL SHADDAI Christian Academy literally rode into Spring when its Grade 1 pupils went horse riding on Glendower Farm, owned by Adrian and Elizabeth...

Outdoor adventures prepare children for the future

Campaign encourages South African teachers to take classes outside on Thursday, October 12 TEACHERS across South Africa are called to take at least one lesson...

Matrics: turn prelim panic into finals advantage

WRITING matric prelim exams and receiving your results can be a distressing eye-opener, but pupils who perform worse than they would have hoped still...

Department of Basic Education spent about R2‚51 per child per day on food at...

The Department of Basic Education spent on average R2‚51 per child per day on food at eight primary schools in the Eastern Cape. This is...

Father’s heartache as Michaelhouse remembers bus crash victim Themba Dloti’s memorial

Thabo Dloti trembled at the podium as he delivered a tearful eulogy to his son, Themba, on Friday afternoon. "I know that with his untimely...

Don’t buy into the multicultural lie – we’re in the same race

To principals and teachers in our former white schools: Please do not hold multicultural days at your school. I know you're under pressure to show...

Great season for PAHS netball first team

From struggles with motivation and teamwork to victorious battles against tough competitors, the Port Alfred High School (PAHS) netball first team has had an...