Ntombesintu Mfunzi won the women’s category of the Oak Cottage KwikSpar Mountain Drive half marathon in Grahamstown on Saturday 9 August. The Nedbank Running Club member’s winning time was 1.26.50.
Author: Kayla Roux
Staff of the National English Literary Museum in Grahamstown are shocked and distraught after police announced they are investigating the possibility that a colleague who went missing earlier this week may have been murdered.
Two Irish citizens face fraud charges after Alexandria police found three generators with the same serial number in their vehicle on Wednesday 6 August.
Cradock police have asked members of the public to look out for a woman who went missing on Monday 4 August.
A municipal workers’ strike planned for this morning is just one of the possible crises city officials are ready to manage during the National Arts Festival, from 3 to 13 July.
High art, downright down and dirty art, sophisticated debate and stand-up fights, comedy and tragedy, poetry and protest, the serene and the surreal – it's all about to unfold at the National Arts Festival which starts on Thursday 3 July.
Grahamstown police have appealed for members of the public to look out for a police dog that went missing in transit from Queenstown on Thursday 19 June.
“We are back – the teams are back on site and everything’s back to normal,” Amatola Water’s Chris Nair told Grocott’s Mail this morning, Saturday 28 June. “Amatola is officially back in Makana.”
A breakaway from the treadmill of life is how George Euvrard describes the marathon trek he and 11 others completed this week.
2600km. Winter. Alone. On the back of a motorbike, thundering through the cattle-piss and burnt plastic, backwaters of the Northern Cape and Free State; tracing the life-story of a friend and subject of my journalism.