BCM ratepayers off to court

On September 12, ratepayers from across the metro will be at the East London High Court to challenge the 80/20 credit control policy with...

Women’s Day race spreads message

Overtakers Athletics Sports Club will be hosting their second annual Women’s Day race event on Wednesday August 9. The first race attracted more than 200...

Pupils raise thousands to assist turtles

Five friends from Stirling High School went to the East London Aquarium to celebrate a birthday and left vowing to raise funds for washed-up...

Campaign aims to help NSRI rescue whales

WHALE WARRIOR: Dr Deborah Roberts-Andersson presents her talk at the EL Aquarium on June 29. Pictures: TAMMY FRAYStakeholders in the whale conservancy space, including...

ECLB takes steps to curb underage drinking

COMMEMORATING: Runners participate in the 21km race in honour of 21 Enyobeni victims. Picture: MARK ANDREWSOn June 21, the Eastern Cape Liquor Board confirmed...

GO Metro – Organisation apologises for dumping, cleans up

June 1 saw Southernwood and Baysville residents up in arms against workers from local organization, Engage Men’s Health, who were attempting to dump their...

North End old boys give back to the city

Growing up in North End, Leslie Ragaval and Cedric Pringle say the spirit of community encouraged families to support and provide for one another. Years...

Pupils win prizes from national federation for anti-crime essays

On April 14, pupils from Mzokhanyayo High School and Uviwe Senior Secondary School received top prizes from national foundation Safer SA for their literary...

Autistic pianist uses show to raise awareness of condition

With April being autism awareness month, JR Nkosi will be showcasing a music and theatre production to highlight the positive aspects of living with...

Bateleurs calling for more pilots across Eastern Cape

Flying in aid of nature conservation for more than 25 years, the Bateleurs volunteer pilots’ organisation is busier than ever and urgently need an...

School gears up for autism expo

College Street School is gearing up for its annual autism expo that will take place on Friday April 14. The event is aimed to tie...

Sign language interpreter to attend conferences in South Korea

  Asanda Katshwa has been invited to attend three of the biggest international sign language conventions in South Korea in July. Katshwa, who is an internationally-recognized...

Brave ‘pantless’ bikers do it for giraffe conservation

The East London Biker’s Club hosted a successful Anti-Pants Anti-Poaching ride from Beacon Bay to Gonubie on Sunday, January 22. Bikers rocked up in their...

Work on objectification of the human body on at Ann Bryant

East London artist Wade Louw is showcasing his latest collection of art pieces titled ‘Threaded’ at the Ann Bryant Art Gallery until January 25. The...

BCM called to act on grim beaches, sewage issues

In December, DA-affiliated ward councillors handed over a petition to Buffalo City Metro urging that local bylaws be upheld at beaches. The call was for...

Strategic plan for GBV brings hope at local level

During October and November the National Strategic Plan on gender-based violence and femicide was assessed at both provincial and national level to determine progress...

QEMF to host conservation meeting

The Qinira Estuary Management Forum (QEMF) will host its first public open meeting on December 3 to discuss topics related to the maintenance of...

Leigh-Ann aims to bring trans voice to gender equality commission

NGO leader Leigh-Ann van der Merwe has made history as the first ever trans woman to be nominated as a commissioner to the SA...