R2.46m for farmers16/9/2014 23:34
The provincial government has donated R2.46m to assist farming projects and villagers in Port St Johns after the area became the first to plant green mealies last week.
NCOP fumes over RDPs15/9/2014 23:19
An Eastern Cape delegation of the National Council of Provinces Delegation (NCOP) has expressed its dissatisfaction after it found about 500 poorly built RDP houses in Mqanduli which are due for demolition.
Deputy Water Minister's house burgled14/9/2014 13:36
Deputy Water Minister Pamela Tshwete's house in King Williams Town, in the Eastern Cape, has been burgled, her office said in a statement on Sunday.
Scam hits Eastern Cape schools10/9/2014 9:34
A scam by a man who claims to distribute computers donated by the office of the Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle has hit schools in the province, the provincial education department said on Wednesday.
King calls Zuma a ‘liar’4/9/2014 9:45
Contradictions by the provincial government on the abaThembu royal family’s bid to have king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo dethroned have led to fresh attacks by the king on President Jacob Zuma’s handling of the matter.
Man arrested for drug possession24/8/2014 21:09
A man was arrested in NU-6, Mdantsane, for allegedly being in possession of mandrax tablets with an estimated street value of R14,000 on Sunday, Eastern Cape police said.
Gale force wind forecast for east coast22/8/2014 11:03
Gale force winds are expected to batter the east coast, spreading from Cape St Francis to Kei Mouth in the afternoon, the Eastern Cape provincial government warned.
Eastern Cape school list to be compiled21/8/2014 19:24
The basic education and Eastern Cape education departments have to publish an updated list of public schools with inappropriate structures, the Eastern Cape High Court ruled on Thursday.