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Seconded staff to help new municipal boss
Seconded staff to help new municipal boss

THREE senior staff members from the national Department of Cooperative Governance have been sent to Nelson Mandela Bay to assist new city manager Dr Lindiwe Msengana-Ndlela as she tackles the mammoth task of bolstering a crumbling administration. Picture: FREDLIN ADRIAAN

Passion for rugby pays off
Passion for rugby pays off

SPORT REVIVAL: Paterson High School rugby coach Shaun Fondling with school players Thandozi Menziwa (left) and Kuan Plaatjies. They will compete in the northern areas night series, starting at the Adcock Stadium today Picture: FREDLIN ADRIAAN

Octogenarian swimmer honoured for 60th River Mile
Octogenarian swimmer honoured for 60th River Mile

AN ACCOMPLISHMENT: Mally Richards, aged 80, from Jeffreys Bay, has been honoured by an international swimming body for completing the River Mile 60 times Picture: JUDY DE VEGA

Bay teacher hits rare milestone
Bay teacher hits rare milestone

FIFTY NOT OUT: Eastern Cape teacher Malcom Andrew is still going strong at the age of 72 Picture: MIKE HOLMES

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thirsty 5 March 2013 11:22 am

Welcome to the new municipal manager, we hope something good will now happen for the Metro, however we must remember the proof is in the pudding so lets see the results!!!!!…

VernE 4 March 2013 12:27 pm

Well, what amount of effort goes into the redesign and what value for money are they likely to get for it? One needs to keep things in perspective. There’s been enough wastage of government (our) mone…

vim 3 March 2013 4:37 pm

In a State of complete cooperation you’re perfectly at home in one piece without a doubt, Cheryl. For now though this is… The Real World… that’s the one in which The Human Race exercises its wilf…

thirsty 2 March 2013 7:44 am

This sounds like the first hospital to ever be built without a stairs OR IS IT JUST PATHETICALY LAZY of the staff and management to walk upstairs to take them food and medicine. I would also like Dr V…

thirsty 2 March 2013 7:38 am

Hey dok you should becom a reporter for the Herald. Don’t you think the MEC should actualy be fired, I mean s**t we have all known for a long time now there is a drol in the dinking water and it is th…

thirsty 2 March 2013 7:28 am

So to all those voters out there in Walmer township and the likes with the bucket system I hope you either enjoyed the Afcon soccer or you are going to vote for another party more committed to service…

dokhotelo 1 March 2013 5:28 pm

Congratulations!!…In the most typical “Vuvuzerald” fashion, the villagers were briefly awakened with the good news that the Health system will return to its glorious days in a matter of…um..days?….

TheRef 28 February 2013 10:12 am

How does a project worth R1 billion escape the Metro`s town planners,the culprit shouldn`t be hard to find,ask the construction company they would have his signature on the paperwork!…

TheRef 28 February 2013 6:39 am

Some replies as to why the buses are not used,we were not consulted,the taxis are faster the bus too slow,so the bus company is on a hiding to nothing!…

vim 27 February 2013 8:53 pm

Maybe the buses should stick to peak hours 7-10am and 4-7pm Mon-Fri, and Sat 7am-2pm until demand picks up. Or try from 4-10pm – perhaps there would be a demand for a safe evening service….

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