DP Ramaphosa to lead Rugby World Cup bid delegation
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead a high-level delegation to London for the presentation to the World Rugby Council of South Africa’s bid to host the prestigious Rugby World Cup 2023 tournament. Deputy President Ramaphosa will be supported by Sport and Recreation Minister Thulas Nxesi and Deputy Minister Gert... Read more
Goodnight Market serves up masterful little dishes
Among the traditional favourites, visitors to the Goodnight Market can look forward to a selection of dainty dishes prepared by MasterChef contestant Khayakazi Kepe this week. The popular artisanal night market, which takes place at the Tramways Building in Port Elizabeth on September 21, will have her treats on... Read more
Sanral monitors cape vulture colony
Recent environmental monitoring related to the construction of the Msikaba and Mtentu bridge haul roads found no evidence of disturbance to the Msikaba Cape Vulture Colony, the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) announced today. As part of the environmental requirements for the N2 Wild Coast road... Read more
Car of the Year finalists announced
 The South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ) is proud to announce the finalist vehicle ranges for the 2018 WesBank South African Car of the Year (COTY) competition. Announced by Master of Ceremonies, Derek Watts, during an interactive reveal event hosted by WesBank at the Bryanston Country Club, the... Read more
JB’s wind farm to help improve literacy
In a bid to mitigate what has become known as the ‘fourth grade reading slump’, reading clubs are being piloted across Eastern Cape schools, with funding from the Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm’s Foundation Phase Literacy Programme. The first of the clubs, was launched in time for International Literacy Day,... Read more
Minister welcomes arrest in rhino case
Environmental Affair Minister, Dr Edna Molewa, has welcomed the arrest of a Chinese national for rhino horn smuggling and the recent sentencing of a poacher to 20 years imprisonment. “It is encouraging that security and customs and excise officials, working in collaboration with the Green Scorpions and the Hawks,... Read more
Police seize drugs, rhino horns at OR Tambo Airport
Two suspects were arrested and drugs and rhino horns worth over R6 million were intercepted in separate incidents at OR Tambo International over the weekend. The interception was conducted by a multi-disciplinary team from the South African Police Service (SAPS), South African Revenue Service (SARS), the Department of Home... Read more
Car of the Year semi-finalists announced
Following a vote by the full and fellow membership of the South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ), on new vehicle ranges introduced to the South African new car market within the COTY eligibility period, the SAGMJ is proud to announce the semi-finalist contenders for the 2018 WesBank South African Car... Read more
Free entry at national parks
Tourism Month is in full swing, with the South African National Park (SANParks) once again opening its doors for free from Monday, 18 September until Friday, 22 September. The initiative is part of the annual South African National Parks Week. The campaign is held under the running theme ‘Know... Read more
Land Rover now official partner to Springboks
Land Rover has announced that it is the new associate sponsor and official vehicle partner for the highest level of South African rugby. Land Rover enjoys a long-standing relationship with global rugby which spans over twenty years. This ranges from supporting the sport at a grass roots level, all... Read more