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Link FM helps to warm body and soul at daycare centre

THE Rising Sun Daycare Centre has received an outpouring of generosity from the East London community over the past few months. Rising Sun continues to...

Link FM marks 20 years on air

Christian radio station ‘here to stay’ “LinkFM is a force to be reckoned with and is here to stay,” station manager Titch Wild said on...

Metro FM ‘terminates’ DJ Fresh’s contract with immediate effect

After being locked in a dispute for three weeks over DJ Fresh's "foul language" on air that resulted in him being yanked off air,...

MBSA drives staff uplifment

A NUMBER of Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) employees received awards for their participation in three in-house programmes offered by the company in East London...

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...

Breaking free from chains

“Doing this to raise funds for Logan Bartle is the cherry on the top for me as helping such a precious boy makes my...

Exercise, lose kilos for a good cause

Pot O'Curry owner finds ways to help others How much more can a person give than what they have given already? For many people, generosity is...

Get fit for a good cause

Campaign launched to raise funds as well as to create awareness concerning cerebral palsy.     Logan Bartle has become a household name in our community over...

Bumb’INGOMSO event fights GBV

#IAmNotNext was the theme of the day as the pupils of East London Science College attended the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Cry Awareness event which...

Inspiring the youth

Mdantsane-born Kamvelihe “Kay Lani” Kalani, 20, is a passionate radio broadcasting presenter who strongly believes in having empathy for others. Kalani is one of the...

Limba off to US event

King William's Town local Xola-Sisipho Limba is on her way to great heights as her involvement in arts and culture provides her with a...

Nature’s Rest hosts at fun run for a good cause

NATURE'S Rest hosted a beach fun run and charity market day on Saturday to create a platform for local charity organisations to raise funds...

Fun event raises funds

About R21,000 was raised at the for the construction of a children’s safe house for Christelike- Maatskaplike Raad’(CMR) in theis  fundraising event for the...

Newsworthy achievement

East London’s Wandiswa Ntengento is reaping the fruits of her labour as she flourishes in Johannesburg as a senior producer for an international media...

Show support for the childhood cancer fight

CHOC East London is all set for International Childhood Cancer Day and has urged East London residents to join in on this global initiative...

Have a heart for children with cancer, urges CHOC

THE Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa (CHOC) is calling on East Londoners to aid children with cancer for International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) on...

Youth talk inspires positive outcomes

Conference dialogues focus on solutions THE East London Youth Voices Conference (ELYVC) was hosted by the East London Youth Association (ELYA) at Clarendon High School...

High-flying Durban taxi boss bust making withdrawals with 70 stolen Sassa cards

A powerful Durban taxi boss has found himself on the wrong side of the law after being caught withdrawing money using stolen Sassa cards. Sthembiso...

Win tickets to see Joseph

Submit your entries here before 12pm Friday December 11 to stand a chance of winning a set of two double tickets to the show's...

IN PICTURES | Virtual fashion at the Durban July

  There were no roaring crowds, no avant-garde outfits and no naked men preparing for the 13th race as Belgarion crossed the finish line to...

‘We have to be at the forefront of the battle,’ says Mmusi Maimane on...

Mmusi Maimane has shared the difficulty of living in fear on behalf of his daughter and women across the country who are vulnerable to...

Unprecedented spike in cyber attacks since declaration of national disaster

SA has seen an unprecedented increase in attacks on digital networks since President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a state of disaster on March 15, cybersecurity...

Proudly local travel – 7 tourism wonders every South African should see at least...

Okay, we admit it — our country actually has countless wonders. Here's a selection of some of the places that make us most proud...

Golden oldies I remember so dear

The recent passing of Doris Day at 97 has sadly severed yet another link with my youth and filled me with nostalgia. Day was “top...

MEC announces R15m in funding to promote budding EC filmmakers

Speaking at the launch of the annual Bantu Church of Christ National Youth Festival in New Brighton on Sunday, Nkomonye-Bayeni said Eastern Cape youth...

New minimum wage: ‘R20 per hour? You must be joking!’

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has slammed the minimum wage bill signed into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday. “CEOs in...

GALLERY: Hudson Park Primary raises funds to fight against rhino poaching

ABOUT R22,104.40 was raised by Hudson Park Primary School to aid www.stoprhinopoaching.com to fight against rhino poaching. The money was raised from hosting civvies...

29 dogs poisoned in Alice, say SPCA

At least 29 dogs were poisoned in Alice on Tuesday. The abused animals were picked up and taken to the King William’s Town SPCA for...

Call to share memories of EL flood

On this day 48 years ago, East Londoners had no clue they were soon to be hit by a massive flood which left 12...

Finalists announced in Inspiring Youth

AS THIS year’s Inspiration Awards breakfast draws closer, the Inspiring Youth Campaign has come to an end, and the top eight finalists are selected. The...

Youth vie for top award

THE Inspiration Awards, in conjunction with the Daily Dispatch and Johnson & Johnson Local Heroes, has launched the Inspiring Youth Schools Campaign. The campaign, which...

OK Foods tops with service 16 years on Even bigger, better after revamp

Ok Foods puts customer service first OPENING its doors in 2001 after a four-month revamp, OK Foods Cambridge has since continued to grow from strength-to-strength...

EC’s Potelwa aims for ’Mzansi Insider’ gig

By Gugu Phandle A vibrant up-and-coming East London presenter is flying the Eastern Cape flag high as one of the finalists for a popular SABC1 entertainment...

‘I take full responsibility for the errors’- Bonang’s book publisher

Just hours before friends‚ family and fans gathered at the ultra-posh Diamond Walk in Sandton City to celebrate the launch of Bonang’s book‚ Bonang: From...

ANC condemns protests outside Peter Bruce’s house

The ANC on Friday condemned protests outside journalist Peter Bruce’s house by members of the Black First Land First (BLF) movement. “The African National Congress...

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...