Authorities urge motorists to drive carefully AN EAST London cyclist was killed yesterday when he was involved in a collision with a truck on the N6 near Ducats township outside Beacon Bay.
State incentive saves textile jobs ARENOWNED East London textile company once on the brink of collapse has been saved.
More than R18m in irregular spending in four years Daughters sue to control Madiba’s millions NELSON Mandela’s daughters are suing him for the rights to his artworks and control of his millions.
THREE traditional Dutch sailing ships on a journey around the world left the East London harbour yesterday bound for Durban following a brief stopover.
MFUNDO Gwayana is one of the boxers whose inclusion in the lucrative Premier Boxing League (PBL) raised eyebrows.
AN EASTERN Cape teacher has been caught on video beating a Grade 10 pupil.
PUBLIC protector advocate Thuli Madonsela’s reputation for hard hitting, no-nonsense investigations into state corruption and maladministration is earning her fanatical support.
The Daily Dispatch’s 51st dialogue about “The Mbeki Controversies” with Frank Chikane and Mondli Makhanya.
AT LEAST eight people died and hundreds were left homeless as floods ravaged East London and Transkei yesterday.
The family of esteemed writer, activist appeals for assistance in honouring South Africa’s grand lady of journalism, writes Gcina Ntsaluba
Cedric Heber from Buffalo Flats also found that shortcut during a trying time in his life and is now sharing it with others.
THE host of Mdantsane FM Breakfast Show, Sithembele Thomas, is at the forefront of an initiative called Ndincedeni (Help me).
THE University of Pretoria (Tuks) reinforced their powers in the senior rowing front as they collected major trophies including the Grand Challenge title at the Buffalo Regatta in East London on Saturday afternoon.
A DYNAMIC theatre-maker and community gatherer, Mandla Mbothwe began his quest in the drama department at the University of Cape Town.
From our family to yours, we wish you a wonderful festive season and 2013!
WORLD-renowned afro-pop singer and songwriter, Salif Keita, rocked East London for the first time on Saturday night with his distinct fusion of West African, Islamic and world music.
Audience comes alive to the beats of a great rock era, writes Princess Nkabane. Pictures by Mark Andrews
MORE than 100 residents from Mdantsane marched to the Inyibiba police station in Zone 14 yesterday to complain about the lack of “good service” from the station.
SOUTH African pop-rock group The Parlotones bid farewell to East London on Monday night following their final Eastern Cape show before their departure for the United States, where they will be based for the next few years.
JACOB Zuma did not over promise in the run up to his election as ANC president in Polokwane back in 2007. In fact he promised little but obedience to the party.
Aqua Vista pupils’ talent to fly SA flag in Big Apple AQUA Vista Primary School is going places and their talent for music is taking them there.