CAPE Town’s toilet activists remain unapologetic following their release from police custody last week, and have now taken aim at the ANC calling some of its leaders “immoral”.
ANC branches fail to meet deadline ANUMBER of ANC branches will know today whether or not they will be given more time to convene branch general meetings (BGMs) in preparation for the party’s provincial conference.
Investigators find subpoena in his car THE senior Gauteng police officer whose semi-naked and bludgeoned body was found in a field outside Pretoria yesterday, had been due to testify in the Johannesburg High Court.
His movie will open international festival AN EASTERN Cape film producer who gave up a career in banking to follow his passion is over the moon after his movie was chosen to open the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) next month.
Rural leaders plead for development UP TO 145 500 jobs and 60% of South Africa’s expected platinum output could be jeopardised by unrest – and the Eastern Cape would suffer most.
AN EAST London surfer is lucky to be alive after a shark bit a chunk out of his board at Queensberry Bay.
The ruling ANC and opposition DA are squaring up for a key election battle in South Africa’s richest province, writes “Government is trying to fix problems that have been there for centuries” SOUTH Africa’s two main political parties are setting out their stalls for the 2014 election, with the province of Gauteng, shaping up to be a key battleground.
Hard Core Projects win Eastern Cape top contractor award for its Sawmill Park Middle Income Housing Development in Ngcobo, EC HARD Core Projects, a woman-owned selfmade emerging development company was recently awarded the Eastern Cape Govan Mbeki 2013 award for Best Contractor in the Non-Subsidy Market.