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Get ready to change fast, says new administrator

Makana's turnaround will have to come from the inside, says the municipality's new administrator, whose introduction to Council this morning ended weeks of speculation.

Advocate Nkokheli Vuba, standing in for Local Government MEC Fikile Xasa, formally introduced former Grahamstown resident Pamela Yako on Wednesday 1 October.

Translation twist as undertaker walks free

Siyakubonga Funeral Parlour owner Ronel Mostert walked out of the Grahamstown Magistrate's Court a free woman on Wednesday 1 October, after she was discharged in terms of section 174 Act 51/1977.*

DA's "One teacher, one classroom" campaign

The Democratic Alliance (DA) took to the streets in a bid to voice their dissatisfaction with the Eastern Cape Department of Education.

CSO's call for unity over Makana crisis

Grahamstown civil society organisations are moving forward with their plans to establish a coalition in the wake of the financial and administrative crisis in Makana Municipality.

Antenna for Joza Youth Hub

Members of the Access Music Project, Village Scribe Association, Rhodes University Community Engagement and Telkom Centre of Excellence have started working on erecting a Wi-Fi antenna at the Joza Youth Hub. The antenna is set to provide Wi-Fi to many schools in Joza.