Special Reports

Where Bay pools are cool

To help fun seekers stay in the swim this summer, Amir Chetty went to check out Nelson Mandela Bay’s public

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Port Elizabeth’s Homeless

A SUDDEN increase in unemployment, poverty and drug and alcohol abuse has led to more homeless people on the streets

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LIVE: Panayiotou proceedings

Everything you need to know about the Panayiotou trial brought to you by The Herald. Follow the links for live coverage,

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Hospitals of Hope

Hospitals are often in the news for bad reasons. They are too often viewed as places of stress and suffering.

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The Brazil Soccer World Cup

All the pizazz and excitement of the FIFA World Cup held in Brazil this year gathered together in an easily

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Faces of fear: victims of northern areas gang war

As gang violence flares up, with 11 killed in the last three weeks, Herald reporter Lee-Anne Butler speaks to some

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After the crash

THE Eastern Cape has some of the worst taxis in the country with “horrific speeding records” – but only 23

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Elections 2014

WHILE some analysts have dismissed political parties’ election promises as unrealistic pipe dreams impossible to achieve, others say the ideas

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ANC – 100 years

SQUINTING into the fierce African sun and flapping air through his gold, green and black ANC shirt, David Mohlakoana took a swing at the ball and then raised a clenched fist in celebration.

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The Kabuso Report

IT is no secret that the Kabuso Report played a significant role in the political demise of former mayor Nondumiso Maphazi. Ironically, it now seems as if history might just repeat itself as the current mayor is slowly but surely committing political suicide by refusing to release the now infamous forensic report.

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