BREAKING NEWS: Nompumelelo Township residents protest for electricity (Video)
Protesters in East London have barricaded an intersection in Bonza Bay road, Beacon Bay and are disrupting motorists as they burn tyres, cement blocks and other materials.
Residents of the nearby Nompumelelo Township are protesting as their illegal electricity connections were removed on Monday.
They want an audience with the Mayor of Buffalo City. Police are currently on the scene.
More to follow...
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The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) today gave much needed support in the form of blankets and wheelchairs to the community of Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape...
The Coega Development Corporation (CDC), South Africa’s leader in socio-economic growth and development, is continuing to show commitment in community upliftment.
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Through the assistance of Masifunde Learner Development, Manelisi Billy (20) and Sarah Fina (18), who passed their matric exams at the end of last year, will be heading off to Germany next week (Monday 9th March) to participate in the weltwärts reverse programme.
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum will host a music workshop over 4 days from the 3 - 6 March 2015.
Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Director for Water and Sanitation Services, Barry Martin and Municipal Communications Spokesperson, Roland Williams...
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The causeway between Aston Bay and Paradise Beach in Jeffreys Bay will continue to be repaired from Tuesday, with officials saying the repairs could last until the end of March.
The Safety and Security Directorate has unveiled a plan to deploy beachfront safety officers during the summer season to patrol beaches and major parks.
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