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Wake up and smell the sewage

The midst of Makhanda’s particular disaster may be the right time for a fart joke, writes Sue Maclennan OLD MAN:…

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Yes, the show will go on

A letter from the National Arts Festival CEO As you are likely to have heard, our City, Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown)…

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Breaking out and eating out

Res food and digs food is standard fare for most students – but every now and again the budget may…

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OPINION & ANALYSIS
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SAC season off to winning start

By: MATTHEW JENNINGS St Andrew’s College officially kicked off their long-anticipated rugby season with a 47-12 victory against Nico Malan…

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O-Week: Karate

Karate-do is a discipline for both mind and body and benefits children and adults of all ages and body-types. Consistent…

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SAC season off to winning start

By: MATTHEW JENNINGS St Andrew’s College officially kicked off their long-anticipated rugby season with a 47-12 victory against Nico Malan…

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SAC season off to winning start

By: MATTHEW JENNINGS St Andrew’s College officially kicked off their long-anticipated rugby season with a 47-12 victory against Nico Malan…

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Q3 GDP growth exceeds forecasts

Extended disruption of electricity supply will exact its cost in terms of production losses during this quarter and even beyond.…

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Johan Carinus tree planting

Johan Carinus Art Centre celebrate the first day of Spring by a planting an indigenous tree. The staff of Johan…