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FREEDOM DAY | ‘We have no food parcels, no tractors – and our councillor...

For residents of Tildin, 20km outside King William’s Town, their local clinic may be in a poor state of repair, but they are happy...

Salem Baby Care’s High Tea raises R70k

Pearls and feathers were themes of the day as the Salem Baby Care Centre hosted their annual High Tea at Nutting Hall in Stirling...

Key Largo food, wine pairing goes off a treat

Good food and wine pairing tickled taste buds at the fourth Chef's Kitchen at Tsogo Sun's Key Largo at Hemingways Mall in East London...

When it comes to food, fresh isn’t always best

Andrea Burgener explains why Freshly made. Always best, right? Coupled with the fetish-level foodism and green orthodoxy of the last decades, where fresh turmeric scores...

Breastmilk gives baby best start

Breastfeeding has many benefits THE first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week and this years’ theme is about how breastfeeding is a key element...

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...

Veggie gardens saving little lives

Project helps community to grow, make own baby food IN AN effort to help combat malnutrition in children, the Small Projects Foundation (SPF) has established...

Urgent plea for help to care for babies

Centre struggling as more children brought in UTHIXO Ulungile Ministries in Stoney Drift is desperately looking for donations for their baby centre. The centre normally cares...

Family of 8 left homeless after fire

A family of eight in Milner Estate, East London, needs help after their home burnt down on July 14 this year. The cause of the...

Merrifield, Toast join forces to assist KZN

Merrifield School recently organised a charity drive to collect supplies to send up to KwaZulu-Natal, which was recently hit hard by a series of...

Former teacher aiming for pageant crown

Former Clarendon Primary teacher Sharon Cox was recently selected as a semi-finalist in the 2021 Mrs Universe Africa pageant, a great achievement considering it...

A season of change

  Pictures of me as a baby show chubby cheeks and so-called bangles around my wrists. I lost some of my ‘baby fat’ by the time...

We don’t need an award‚ we have SA’s love‚ says Gift of the Givers

While the Gift of the Givers team was deeply honoured by the social media call for it to be nominated for the 2021 Nobel...

Grandparents also faced crisis of World War 2

RORY HASCHICK Dear Charles Beningfield Thanks for your weekly column and especially the recent story of your lockdown emotions and your dear wife’s handling of them...

Eastern Cape couple’s nightmare journey to help sick infant

A rural couple taking their sick infant to a family doctor turned to the Matatiele mayor in desperation for help after they were refused...

Pregnant Roodepoort woman tests positive for Covid-19

A 30-year-old pregnant woman from Roodepoort has tested positive for Covid-19. Morgan Brink said she received her positive result on April 1, days after returning...

Swarms of locusts on track to devour African economies

Sadly, the northeastern African countries of Somalia, Ethiopia and Sudan are best known for the heart-rending images they have produced over the years when...

‘All is Fair in Love and War’ supports Trust

New Playhouse musical to help children The Alexander Playhouse will host their new production, All is Fair in Love and War, at their premises on...

Elegant Marissa Mkhize is Miss Eastern Cape 2019

Port Elizabeth's Marissa Mkhize was crowned 2019 Miss Eastern Cape at a glamorous function at Umnenga Lodge last Sunday. Sarah Johnson was crowned first...

Dr Seuss adaptation provides zany fun for all ages

In 2003, the world was cursed forever with the unholy nightmare-fuel that was Mike Meyer's live-action adaptation of Cat in the Hat. Now in...

Sanco hands out donated clothes to needy residents

The spirit of ubuntu was on full display last week when the South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) handed out bags of clothing, linen and blankets to residents...

Township crèches must now register, says government

Formalisation of ECD sector is putting pressure on facilities already working with the bare minimum "I think our problem especially with government … more...

Dignity Group takes up the spoon for needy

Christmas came early for needy residents after Dignity Group Family Funeral Plan staff members spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day manning two soup...

Rotary on a roll with donations

The Rotary Club of Gately received a handsome donation of assorted medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers and hospital beds, on September 6. The club,...

Building Empire by helping others

MTHATHA-BORN businesswoman Belinda van der Walt is working hard to make a difference in the community of East London. Van der Walt is the founder...

Promoting oral hygiene worldwide

On Tuesday, March 20th, is World Oral Health Day an international day to celebrate the benefits of a healthy mouth and to promote worldwide...

Tips for a healthy pregnancy during Reproductive Health Awareness Month

    Pregnancy, in particular a woman’s first pregnancy, can be both magical and overwhelming at the same time. This Reproductive Health Awareness Month, which is...

EL gardens in full bloom for a cause

THE Pam Golding Properties’ Gardens of East London garden show will be taking place this weekend in aid of various charities around the city. Starting...

DONATIONS HARVEST

Hudson Park Primary School hosted their annual Harvest Day celebration on September 8. It was a colourful multi-cultural event where the pupils were able...

Funds raised support many

GATELY Rotary Club recently donated R850000 to various charities around East London. “The people of East London responded generously to support Gately’s annual fundraising efforts. “The...

How ‘million-rands student’ blew R800k in 73 days

By Malibongwe Dayimani When her lavish parties grew wilder and more frequent, and some were not invited, political opponents at Walter Sisulu University let the R14.1-million...

Life and times of slain nun relived

The life and times of slain Irish nun Sister Aidan Quinlan, who was killed in 1952 by a mob in Duncan Village, was relived...

Homeless heartache

Good Samaritan lets couple build shelter in her driveway FROM being homeless and sleeping under a tree to building a shelter with wooden pallets and...

Local residents and businesses rally together to help Knysna fire victims

KING William’s Town’s Mike Webb was among the many individuals who collected relief items for those affected by the Knysna fires that ravaged the...

East London community rallies together to help victims of Knysna fires

AS THE Knysna fires raged on leaving destruction in its wake, the East London community were busy mobilising, hard at work collecting, sorting and...

UPDATED: EL, King come together to help Knysna fire victims

EAST Londoners are asked to open their hearts to help the victims of the devastating wildfires in Knysna and the Garden Route. Hudson Park Primary...

Forgood awards a boost to inspiring NGOs

NGOs that look after some of the most vulnerable members of Buffalo City – babies, the elderly and the hearing impaired – will be...

Forgood awards to host finalists

Four community organisations to compete for extra prizes WITH only a week to go to the Forgood Inspiration Awards breakfast, the four finalists, who will...

GO People- Trystan Viaene

Q: Occupation? And/or community/charity work? A: Owner of Hype! Public Relations Q: What motivates you to achieve more in life? A: My family. They keep me motivated...

Rotarians hand over R700 000 to charity

‘ We want to express our thanks to the East London community’ SARAH KINGON GATELY ROTARIANS handed over a total of R700000 to a number of...