New sleek, sexy A3 oozes class
WHAT a big surprise the new Audi A3 Sedan is! We are all familiar with the A3 Sportback, but the sedan is not just a hatch with a boot.
Prevention better than cure
WE HAVE as recently as last week witnessed yet another illegal fish smuggling operation being taken down. The penalties cannot be severe enough as things continue to escalate it seems.
Good times as e.tv stars shine in Bay
PE WAS a hive a of activity over the past weekend. The e.tv stars were around for their eKasi tour. It started with dinner at the Beach Hotel with so much food that Skinnerbek forgot about that bikini body for December!
Wide palette of works for sale
SWEETWATERS Barn at the Crags near Plettenberg Bay opens its doors again this month to host a multimedia fine art and crafts exhibition.
Zahara amped for PE show
SINGER-songwriter and poet Zahara is back in Nelson Mandela Bay for a festive season spectacle.
Motor fair show rides into town
THE day has almost arrived for the best and biggest motoring show to be held in the metro. Tomorrow, The Herald, World of Wheels Nelson Mandela Bay Motor Fair, hosted by the Eastern Province Veteran Car Club, opens at 9am.
'The Brothers' to Skank it
BLENDING like a good curry is how Etienne Verster, vocalist for Bay band The Brothers, describes their upcoming show with Skank & the Roots at the Grand Hotel in Central this Saturday.
Needless surgery could be avoided
A BREAKTHROUGH in diagnosis of breast cancer could save thousands of women from enduring unnecessary mastectomies and radiotherapy, researchers have said.
Bangladesh crew shoots film in Bay
A PRODUCTION crew from Bangladesh's answer to Bollywood – Dhallywood – is shooting a feature film about cross-continental romance, displacement and longing in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Theatre foyer her joy
BEING part of a group tasked with the urban regeneration of Port Elizabeth’s city centre is not easy, but the Mandela Bay Development Agency’s (MBDA) Dorelle Sapere is facing the challenge with aplomb.
Prof shares his best memories
HE has been all over the world but for Grahamstown College of Transfiguration rector Professor Barney Pityana, the best place to enjoy his “working retirement” will always be the Eastern Cape.
Surfer girl has heart set on ruling waves
ATTEMPTING to prove her worth in a male-dominated sport and falling out of favour with sponsors is not stopping one Nelson Mandela Bay-born woman from achieving her dreams.
Weddings and Celebrations: Love in living colour
BLONDE beauty Kristle van Niekerk, 24, may describe her Western wedding to Lesedi Williams, 26, as the best day of her life but the celebrations are not over yet as they prepare for their traditional Sotho wedding.
Spice of India in strictly adult show
COMEDIAN Sagren Moodley – aka Karou Charou – says nothing is off limits when he performs his latest show in Nelson Mandela Bay this weekend. Moodley is bringing his strictly adult and off-the-wall humour to the Boardwalk with his new show Don't Dalla Wid Da Masala (DDWDM) on Friday at 8pm.
It's lekker, local comedy
FIVE Eastern Cape comedians want to show that the province has terrific homegrown comedic expertise while there is also fresh talent to be discovered. They plan to make the point at a showcase on Wednesday.
A Spanish favourite, gazpacho is full of healthy vegetables and easy to make.
Splash out at uShaka – Durban's 'kitsch' and cool aquarium
WE may have gone to Durban, the place of many a memorable holiday when we lived in Gauteng, mainly to watch the Liverpool Legends game, but with so much travelling involved we allowed ourselves an extra day to explore new developments in the city.
It's a honking good musical!
DIFFERENT is a word that pops up regularly in this zany but charming production based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling, and it proves to perfectly sum up its captivating qualities.
Home crafted over time, with love...
MAKING house a home takes time and that testament cannot be better expressed than by the home artist Anthony Keogh and his wife, Leana, have made during their marriage.