Residents queue at the Fairview spring on the Port Alfred road outside Grahamstown yesterday, as Grahamstown's water outages enter their fourth day. Photo: Ruan Scheepers

Businesses and residents struggle as water cuts set in

Grahamstown's water supply should be back to normal by the morning of Thursday 28 August, according to municipal officials.

This comes as major institutions, private residents and businesses across the city struggle to cope with outages, now into their fifth day.

Morning army action wakes Grahamstown

Residents feared the worst when they were woken early this morning by sirens, and turned to social media for answers.

Top young performers in a week of good music

Grahamstown music lovers are in for a treat this week with two concerts and the chance to win TWO FREE TICKETS.

On Tuesday 26 August Adam Campbell on alto saxophone and Mareli Stolp on piano played a varied programme in a free concert on the Rhodes campus.

City boss flees angry workers

"They chased me this morning, because they did not see their salaries. If they would have killed me and they got paid, were they going to wake me up?"

Body of Cradock missing woman found in Fish River

The search for missing Theresa Buys is officially over. The body of the Cradock teacher who went missing almost three weeks ago was found in the Fish River.