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OUT OF ALIGNMENT: Cosatu and Sangoco members protest outside the Nelson Mandela Bay council chambers yesterday. They condemned ANC councillors who aligned themselves with the opposition parties

Ready to roll

THE long-awaited Nelson Mandela Bay Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS) will finally be launched next week – more than five years and R1-billion after it was first announced.

Ambulance services stalled

AN illegal strike by Eastern Cape emergency services workers in East London on Monday spilt over into other parts of the province yesterday, forcing health officials to suspend some services.

Evocative scenes on display in Central

FEELINGS of nostalgia and a sense of calm are what two artists’ paintings will bring at an exhibition opening at ART Gallery in Cuyler Street, Port Elizabeth, today.

High-fliers show clean pair of heels for charity

MEN in drag and women in stilettos made for some fun races at the Boardwalk at the weekend.

Day four of the ‘ritual murder’ trial

BY the time he arrived at the flat where murder accused Samantha Mitchell had allegedly killed her life partner, she had taken control of what was happening in the flat and stood drinking, smoking and ordering the police around.

Top forensic analyst refutes Mitchell’s version of murder

IN what could have been an episode straight out of popular TV show CSI, one of South Africa’s top forensic analysts refuted the different versions ritual murder accused Samantha Mitchell gave to police and ambulance drivers.

Death looked like ‘a ritual killing’

Broken beer bottles and glasses were strewn about. The deceased was lying stretched out next to the couple’s bed, clad only in pyjama pants. Despite the gaping neck injury, there was no blood. This was the scene described by an ambulance driver who first attended to what the state alleges was the scene of a brutal ritual murder..

No funds to tackle illegal dumping

BUDGET constraints within the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s public health department are hampering the fight against illegal dumping in Helenvale.

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TheRef 24 November 2012 4:40 am

If the ANC lol while in power ever get this Metro running smoothly Pigs may take to the air and fly past in formation!…

alvonhumb 23 November 2012 11:15 pm

Sicelo – Grand words and ambitions – almost sounds like some consultant’s report prepared for you, it’s so good. One question: What is your agenda in terms of your support for the discredited Nceba F…

vim 23 November 2012 3:12 pm

Apologies Mandela, that’s a GEAR shift….

vim 23 November 2012 2:53 pm

If economic growth and social cohesion is really what this country wanted, AA and BEEE would not be overwriting the Constitution. Now it would take 10 years of quasi-Communism to redress the imbalanc…

BigSus 23 November 2012 2:17 pm

Is this a sign of things to come??? We’re watching this space …

TheRef 23 November 2012 5:43 am

Right on Wanie,I gave FNB the push some time ago,help? they only help themselves!…

Wanie 22 November 2012 11:34 pm

FNB – How can we help you, As a FNB client i am very disappointed that that they could change the rules to accomodate the bond application of JZ. I have been a long standing customer of this institud…

vim 22 November 2012 8:06 pm

Shame Stephen, I sympathise. DA people have always been about two sets of rules – those for themselves, and those for everyone else. If the law goes against their principles, hey… But all the sam…

TheRef 22 November 2012 3:40 am

We need a business brain in charge so the metros finances can recover,someone to rid us of all the dead wood lying around sucking the finances dry!…

TheRef 22 November 2012 3:37 am

Time to go Wayile you stuffed the metro now go farm chickens!…

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