SABC News - Port Elizabeth


Andre Russell struck five fours and five sixes during his match-winning performance.
Russel's heroics win it for West Indies

Sunday 25 January 2015 18:51

A blistering knock of 64 runs from 40 balls by Andre Russell helped the West Indies to a one-wicket win over South Africa.


E Cape govt wants special funeral for Mcebisi Xundu

Saturday 24 January 2015 18:26

The Eastern Cape government wants a special official funeral for late human rights leader Reverend Mcebisi Xundu.


Lupumlo Mguca says he is humbled by the opportunity to be on top of rugby nations
EC student to play rugby abroad

Thursday 22 January 2015 18:51

A 17-year-old schoolboy rugby player from Port Elizabeth has been awarded an opportunity of a life time to sharpen his rugby skills in one of the top rugby nations, New Zealand.


Tributes are pouring in for Rev Xundu

Thursday 22 January 2015 17:27

Tributes are pouring in for prominent human rights leader Reverend Mcebisi Xundu who died of pneumonia in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.


E Cape Premier visits schools to ensure effective teaching

Wednesday 21 January 2015 09:48

Premier Masualle will kick off his visit at Lwandlekazi Senior Secondary School - a school plagued by overcrowding over the years.


 The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality has been experincing political instability.
ANC aims to bring stability to Nelson Mandela Metro

Tuesday 20 January 2015 05:26

The business sector in the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan says it hopes that stability will be strengthened and investment climate improved


ANC announces Nelson Mandela Bay task team

Saturday 17 January 2015 20:02

The ANC has announced a 31 member task team that will run the affairs of the party in the troubled Nelson Mandela Bay region in Port Elizabeth.


President Jacob Zuma is leading a delegation of the ANC’s national working committee.
Zuma visits PE to sort out issues in Nelson Mandela municipality

Friday 16 January 2015 19:47

African National Congress President Jacob Zuma descended on Port Elizabeth on Friday afternoon to sort out infighting at the troubled Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality.  


Long queues at E Cape FET colleges

Wednesday 14 January 2015 20:31

Long queues are forming at Further Education and Training (FET) colleges in Port Elizabeth as space fills up at universities in the province.


Premature baby diagnosed with rare condition

Tuesday 13 January 2015 17:22

A premature baby with a very rare condition has been born at Dora Nginza Hospital in Port Elizabeth.


The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan aims to make roads safer  through a multi-million rand project.
PE embarks on a project to make roads safer

Sunday 11 January 2015 15:40

The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro has embarked on a multi-million rand project that will see its roads safer and more eco-friendly.


Man drowns on PE beach

Friday 9 January 2015 06:16

A man has drowned at a beach in Port Elizabeth.  


EC universities cope with matric walk-ins

Thursday 8 January 2015 20:38

Prospective students continue to arrive at institutions of higher learning, either to finalise registration or hoping for late admissions.


Matriculants of Kwezilomso High awaited their results with confidence
Proudly EC matrics share their experience

Wednesday 7 January 2015 19:29

Teachers need to change their instruction methods if they want to sustain interest in maths and science.


Informal traders in PE still battle

Sunday 4 January 2015 17:56

Most coastal cities experienced a bumper tourism season in December.


People have flocked to PE beaches to celebrate New Year.
PE beach safety campaign in full swing

Thursday 1 January 2015 17:34

The Nelson Mandela Bay Aquatics and Learn to Swim have started a beach safety campaign in order to ensure safety in Port Elizabeth's beaches.


Eyeing Windies' scalp: Vernon Philander says Newlands always has something in it on day one and two
Fast start key: Philander

Thursday 1 January 2015 16:20

A strong performance during the first two days is key to winning the third and final Test against the West Indies, starting on Friday in Cape Town, says Vernon Philander.


RDP houses in PE remain vacant

Tuesday 10 June 2014 19:06

Hundreds of RDP houses in Booysens Park in Port Elizabeth remain vacant and are being vandalised despite being completed as far back as 2008.


Boks upbeat ahead of Wales clash

Tuesday 10 June 2014 15:34

The Springboks are not taking their first test of the season against Wales lightly.


Transnet obtains court order against violent striking members

Saturday 7 June 2014 14:53

Freight and Rail parastatal Transnet has obtained a court order against its striking employees.


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