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Nacosa hosts consultative talks on HIV-Aids

OVER the course of the last month, Nacosa have been conducting and facilitating Consultative Forum meetings (CFMs) throughout the Eastern Cape, including the Buffalo...

Companies’ sweet treat to needy children’s home on World Aids Day

SUMMERPRIDE Foods and Shelford Jams and Juices celebrated World Aids...

Rhodes student restores dignity with toiletry packs

FORMER Stirling High School pupil Alirian Gibson is helping many students through her Dignity Drive at Rhodes University. The psychology honours student started the donation-run...

WATCH: Alime gets new lease on life after receiving hearing aid

A new set of hearing aids has given six-year-old Alime Nkhohliso a new lease on life and a chance to be a fully active...

Pastor in 4th case of fraud

A controversial  Eastern Cape cleric who allegedly took more than R100000 from a local businessman under the pretence that the man’s ancestors would multiply...

Justice not for all as four inmates ‘rot’ in jail

Four Eastern Cape young men are today “rotting” in jail for committing comparatively petty crimes while others convicted of more serious crimes were given...

School accused of targeting black pupils over natural hair

A woman has accused a school in Gauteng of policing black pupils’ hair after her niece was sent home over her “inappropriate” hairstyle. Siyabonga Ngwenya...

South African HIV-positive child medication-free for almost nine years

A South African HIV-positive child has been without antiretroviral treatment for almost nine years and is healthy‚ with only trace amounts of the virus...

Health survey for King area

HIV/Aids to be main focus THE Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) has put together a team of three trained field workers, dressed in HSRC bibs...

EL people rise up to feed needy

Mandela Day at Hemingways “MORE people die from malnutrition than HIV/Aids,” said Chief Mandla Mandela at the Rise Against Hunger Mandela Day event on Saturday...

In Pictures: From boy to man – rite of passage in the spotlight

Though many boys have died in the past, the government promotes the practice as key in the fight against HIV/Aids Tens of thousands of young...

Music for a cause

The East London Classical Players present their quarterly music concert on Saturday at Stirling Presbyterian Church at 3pm. Among the works to be performed,...

Decade of AHF support

STARTING out in 1987, The Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a well-known non-profit organisation, operating in 39 countries and caring for over 720000 patients. This...

Copper Drive kicks off to help hospice

‘The school that collects the most money will stand a chance of winning an amazing prize’   SCHOOLS are urged to come to the aid of...

Lace up the tekkies for a humble cause

IT’S time to lace up your tekkies for a good cause. National Tekkie Tax day is an annual fundraising campaign for a large mix of...

Hearing loss experts open offices in city

HEARING loss is about much more than a reduced ability to perceive sound. Whether the loss is gradual or sudden, many people who are...

Foundation a lifeline for girls

SPF tackles issues to empower BCM schools THE Small Projects Foundation's (SPF) Bright Futures Programme has supported and improved the learning experience of girls and...

Say ‘I do’ to charity high tea

Wear wedding gown for ELAW EAST London Animal Welfare (ELAW) will be hosting a Bridal Nostalgia High Tea event in aid of the animal charity. “The...

Wide reaction to rape case

Foreigner accused of raping disabled woman   THE rape case against a Malawian national has attracted the interest of various groups and individuals, as was evident...

College of dreams

Boston City Campus empowers students “Don’t allow obstacles, such as lack of time or money, to get in the way” “WE HAVE passed the end-of-the-year mark...

Cycling for hospice

‘My mom fought to survive the disease, so I’m doing this cycle challenge for her’ OVER 20 cyclists took to the N2 in Port Elizabeth...

Ozone therapy a vital boost

THE Coast Wellness Team has now welcomed the addition of MorHealth, a medical ozone therapy practice. If you would like to add years to your...

Couple volunteer on ship of hope

AN EAST London couple ship off with the Logos Hope vessel in two weeks’ time to volunteer their time for the next two years. Stuart...

Give back, stay fit too

IF YOU have always wanted to give back to your community but had no idea how, SPAR Family Challenge has a healthy way to...

Charity   ball  to raise funds for baby centre

SALEM Baby Care Centre celebrates its 25th year this year and will have a charity ball which will be held at The Venue at...

Fatal crash outrage

•Victim’s friends point fingers to tow truckers THE tragic death of East Londoner Thorin Mallinson 24, in a collision involving a tow truck on the N6...

City hosts MSF medical team

Global humanitarian initiative in info drive MÉDECINS Sans Frontières (MSF) – better known as Doctors without Borders – are in the city until Monday to raise funds...