When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
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As the dreaded Day One of the Covid-19 lockdown dawned, people in parts of Nelson Mandela Bay seemed to carry on with life and running errands, oblivious to why the country was under lockdown.
Kings loose forward Elrigh Louw has revealed what scares him the most and how he’s been handling the coronavirus pandemic.
Relatives find the body of an 85-year-old woman in her rondavel in the Eastern Cape. It appears she was shot dead while asleep.
Here are the details of the confirmed new coronavirus cases in the Eastern Cape.
A memorial lecture in honour of Raymond Mhlaba, the first premier of the Eastern Cape, as well as a commemoration of the fallen victims of the KwaLanga massacre also cancelled.
A full-scale investigation has been launched into a group of inmates at the Mdantsane Correctional Services centre in the Eastern Cape after a video surfaced of them drinking what appeared to be alcohol at the facility.
The woman presented herself as potentially being infected with Covid-19 at Grey Hospital in King William's Town, saying she was employed by the 38-year-old man who was the first person in South Africa to be diagnosed with Covid-19 on Thursday after returning from Italy.
Police spokesperson Captain Siphokazi Mawisa said the members, who were wearing red overalls, came in their numbers to listen to the provincial budget speech but were denied access and only MPLs were allowed entry to the chamber.
A Nelson Mandela University student, Melusi Magwenyane, has appeared in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court on charges of reckless and negligent driving. Watch.
Eastern Cape DA leader Nqaba Bhanga has resigned from the provincial legislature in order to run for Nelson Mandela Bay mayor.
Hundreds of protesters from informal settlements in Port Elizabeth defied the ban on gatherings of more than 100 people on Wednesday, blocking roads and setting alight three buses.
A Rhodes University student has been allowed to go home and was not placed under mandatory quarantine after he returned from a trip to the US.
An outpatient nurse tries to flee from Butterworth Hospital in the Eastern Cape with four boxes full of face masks, but is caught.
Tensions are high in Riemvasmaak informal settlement in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, ahead of the funeral of 9-year-old Royden Plaatjies, who was electrocuted while playing.
Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality councillors who signed a petition to request a special council meeting have been caught by surprise because the meeting has unexpectedly been declared illegal.
The Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth hears a new prosecutor is taking over the Omotoso trial because prosecutor Nceba Ntelwa is no longer available to continue with the case.
The Kings have only one win to show for their efforts so far this PRO14 season, but that doesn’t mean the remainder of their campaign lacks relevance.
CCTV footage showing a car ploughing through not one but two boundary walls of a PE home has gone viral. The incident happened on Tuesday and has been ruled an accident. Watch.
Students at the University of Fort Hare have been told to evacuate all its campuses.
Three Ugandans have executed a scam that entailed convincing a teacher from Lusikisiki to resign her job and hand over her pension to them.
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