Councillors meet to find solutions THERE might soon be a major breakthrough in Buffalo City Metro’s (BCM) challenge of eradicating informal settlements and dealing with its housing backlog .
Family of Nombulelo Mabandla challenge Phumzile THE marriage of former human settlements MEC Nombulelo Mabandla to her second husband Phumzile Mabandla was this week annulled, 15 months after her family filed the application in the Mthatha High Court.
Bush circumcision tradition marred by deaths INCREASING numbers of teenage boys around the country are giving up the tradition of going to the bush to be circumcised in favour of a hospital circumcision.
THE people of Kleinfontein, near Pretoria, have vowed that only Afrikaners will be allowed to live in their farming settlement, The Times reported yesterday.
TWO men accused of attacking prominent Eastern Cape advocate Dali Mpofu abandoned their bail application in the East London Magistrate’s Court yesterday.
False pretences and manipulation A“COLLUSION of officials” resulted in the irregular clearance for a privately chartered plane to land at Waterkloof Air Force Base, reveals a report on the matter.
THE small town of Keiskammahoek in the Amahlathi Local Municipality came to a standstill yesterday when thousands of angry residents blockaded entrances to the town in protest against lack of service delivery.
BUFFALO City Metro’s new deputy mayor, Temba Tinta, 37, has no illusions about his future role and the tough road ahead for the young metro.