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President to remain mum on questions

  Have you ever wondered whether President Jacob Zuma is due for more upgrades at his Nkandla home? Or whether he will divulge details of...

Cosatu to shun Zuma?

  COSATU appears to have taken a decision to ban President Jacob Zuma from addressing its central committee meetings. Business Day https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2017-05-23-cosatu-blackballs-zuma-at-meetings/ reported on Tuesday that...

Sports

Schools

Hangklip youth to shine at pageant

  WHO WILL THE WINNER BE? There is great excitement as articipants in Mr and Miss Hangklip gear up for the gala evening on June...

WSU strike turns violent

THE Walter Sisulu University (WSU) strike which lasted last Friday and turned violent on Monday was due to students demanding a more user friendly...

St Andrew’s, Queen’s clash in Komani

HAND OFF: Queen's College first team rugby players Siya Tyulu with Siya Matanda in the background against St Andrew's College from Grahamstown over the...

New leaders at Southbourne

WELL DONE! Two new leaders on the Southbourne Primary School learner council team are, from left, Aphiwe Msitshana and Cwenga Nkopo.  The school has...

Defeated

SPORTSMANSHIP: The Queen's College first team suffered a humiliating defeat during a derby day match against St Andrews from Grahamstown over the weekend. The results...

QC under 15A thrashes St Andrews College

THE QUEEN'S College under 15A team annihilated visiting St Andrews College this morning with coach John Duncan saying the team's strong will was working...

Slipper Day at Wonderland

NICE AND WARM! Enjoying Slipper Day in aid of the Reach for a Dream Foundation were the pupils of Wonderland Primary School were, back...

At the Hexagon matric farewell

    AT THE DANCE: Hexagon High School had their annual matric farewell on Saturday with, from left, Sisanda Maqoko and Azile Ntwasa  Picture: PHOTO-GENIE
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Columnists

Let’s talk rugby

ARE you tired of politics? I am afraid the worst is yet to come, so brace yourself – it is going to be bumpy....

Be safe on the roads

IT’S that time of year again when people take to the road, some ready to travel long distances, in order to make use of...

Why I raised the subject of colonialism on Twitter: Helen Zille

It would be too time- consuming to respond to every distortion, misrepresentation or falsehood that has been published relating to my series of 12...

Letters

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Crime

Abuse of women frightening – Cope

South Africa and the government must work on finding a better way to fight and stop...

Neighbourhood watchers receive honour at the SAPS Awards

SAPS AWARDS: Local neighbourhood watchers were awarded certificates at the Mlungisi South African Police Services,...

‘Crime against women and children a priority crime’ Zuma

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma will today visit the family of the 3-year-old Courtney Pieters who was...

Angry Ezibeleni residents protest

DISGRUNTLED  Ezibeleni residents took to the streets to express their frustration over poor service delivery including constant power...

Police arrest a rape accussed

KOMANI police arrested an 18-year-old man for an alleged rape of a minor yesterday in...

Breakthrough in McBride murder case

POLICE have made a breakthrough in a McBride murder case after they arrested two suspects,...

Breaking news: Police warn of Komani crime upsurge

  THE police in the Komani cluster have warned residents that a spike in crime, particularly...

Komani police hunt hijackers

The Komani police have started a manhunt for suspects who hijacked a Quantum on the...

‘Shoot to kill’- Mbalula

  Police minister Fikile Mbalula has told police to “shoot to kill” if they come under...

Police recover copper wire valued at R18,5-million

  THE King William’s Town police have arrested a 36-year-old man on charges of robbery and...