Pupils of VIctoria Primary School gather to form a human flag on the school’s sports field. Girls wore the colours of their houses and were placed in position to represent the red, blue, green and black of the South African flag. Photo: Steven Lang

ʻInterdict wonʻt stop us – students'

Scores of Rhodes students marched around campus late Thursday, 21 April, in a gesture against a court interdict granted to the University.
The interdict issued in the Grahamstown High Court on Wednesday prohibits protesters from threatening or assaulting Rhodes staff or students.

Damaged roads will get better – Muni

A project to replace pipes in Grahamstown is due for completion by the end of June when roads that have been dug up will be fully restored, according to the municipality.

Trader struggles after cops seize goods

Grahamstown trader Zukisani Lamani, says he is battling to survive after officials seized his goods. However, Makana Municipality has urged him to apply for a trading licence.

Co-ed festival popular

Kingswood College hosted its annual Co-Ed 1st team hockey festival over the past weekend. The festival is comprised of 28 teams – 14 girls’ teams and 14 boys’ teams. 

Blasting, digging on R72: Port Alfred to Fish

Blasting is scheduled to take place at the Shaw Park quarry on the R72 between Port Alfred and Fish River on Tuesday 26 April 2016 at 3pm, the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has warned.