Businessman and crime...

EASTERN Cape farmer...

EASTERN Cape farmer...

Businessman and crime...

Eastern Cape

A 23-YEAR-OLD man has been sentenced to 18 years imprisonment by the Butterworth Regional Magistrate’s...

THE double murder of a South African Communist Party (SACP) activist and taxi operator Mthobeli...

THE community of Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape set alight two suspects who they alleged...

In an effort to make game farming more inclusive, the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism...

THE Ludeke Methodist Church near Mbizana in the Eastern Cape province was the focal point...

The Department of Education in the Eastern Cape has expressed shock and condemned the actions of a principal in Mdantsane who allegedly forced school...

The sight of young people spending the entire day sharing drugs on street corners, while others drink alcohol at nearby shebeens and taverns was...

Eastern Cape finance MEC Sakhumzi Somyo has allocated R31bn to the provincial education department for the 2016-17 financial year. Somyo said the allocation was to help...

The Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has on Thursday announced that National Human Right day will be celebrated in Ginsberg King Williams town Eastern Cape. The...

ILLEGAL alcohol trade in villages is one of the most common crimes in the Eastern Cape. In just a week, four women, three in...

Classes have resumed at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University(NMMU) after students were evacuated from residences due to a veld fire. The university said the veld...

MORE than 10000 schoolchildren are expected to be part of the three-day Working World Exhibition that started yesterday at Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port...

A SERIES of police operations in Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape resulted in the arrest of 159 people at the weekend. These arrests, the police...
STANDBY: Police have to probe political killings. PICTURE: FLICKR

BUTTERWORTH police are seeking public assistance with information that could help solve a murder that happened at the weekend. Police spokesperson Capt Jackson Manatha said...

THE Eastern Cape leadership of Cope is calling for an early national elective congress following what’s believed to be a motion of no confidence...