‘Crippled state intelligence’ failed to see mine trouble brewing
State intelligence, crippled by vacancies in top positions, has been inefficient in helping the police deal with the violence at Lonmin platinum mine, a police expert said, according to a report on Tuesday (21/08/2012).
Court slaps garnishee order on Mandla’s parliamentary pay
PARLIAMENT will have to play nanny with Mandla Mandela’s salary to ensure his estranged first wife receives her monthly allowance.
Bay singer Iain McLaggan guilty of raping incapacitated teen
WELL-KNOWN Port Elizabeth singer Iain McLaggan put his head in his hands and sobbed yesterday as he was convicted in the Grahamstown High Court of raping a British teenager at Shamwari Game Reserve in 2010.
New power tariff plan may help Bay
THE Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality wants to introduce a new electricity tariff structure for households which use more than 800kWh per month, which could see residents paying as little as 40c per unit.
Strike by municipal staff may hit services
NELSON Mandela Bay residents could be without vital services this week as several workers who handle the city’s accounts have downed tools, refusing to work until a litany of demands have been met.
Boy, 13, arrested for rape of 12-year-old
PORT Elizabeth police and social
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