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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Clarence Makwetu to be laid to rest

Scores of Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and Pan Africanist Movement (PAM ) members are expected to attend the funeral service of the late former PAC president, Clarence Mlamli Makwetu,on his Gwatyu farm outside Cofimvaba in the Eastern Cape on Saturday. Makwetu died in a private hospital in Queenstown after a long illness on the first […]

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Cathcart protests yesterday

Service delivery protests yesterday, please be careful when driving through as cars passing through Cathcart have been stoned.

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

2016 Queens College Reunion

Reunion 2016 We welcome back all Old Boys especially the Matrics of years ending in 6. Reunion is on week end of 14 – 17 April 2016 and we will be hosting Selborne. Provisional programme of events. Thursday, 14 April 13:00 Arrival of Cyclists and Walkers Friday, 15 April 9:00 Reunion Assembly 11:00 Trooping the […]

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

SONA response

Opposition parties will, over the next two days, have the opportunity to reply to Zuma’s SONA delivered last week. Zuma will respond to parties on Thursday.

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

“Blade runner”

A NATIONAL magazing, Modern Athlete, has showcased Queenstown’s physically challenged runner, Japie Greyvenstein, indicating that Greyvenstein is looking for help to get a new, better fitting running leg. Anyone willing to help can contact Peet van der Walt on 079 231 1907

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Queenstown mayor in car accident

Lukhanji Municipality mayor Nozi Makanda was in a car accident this evening on the N6 between East London and Queenstown. Apparently the Toyota Fortuner in which she was travelling and a Toyota Hilux collided head-on near Cathcart. The driver of the Toyota Hilux died on the scene. The mayor was seriously injured and airlifted to […]

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Cable theft causes major delay for Shosholoza Meyl trains

About 90 passengers were forced to commute via buses after cable theft caused two long-distance Shosoloza Meyl trains to stop in their tracks near Beaufort West in the Western Cape, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) said. The overhead cables were stolen 03:40 Prasa spokesperson Lesedi Mapheto said. One train was coming from […]

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Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Queens College Prefects

The 2016 College Prefect body with Headmaster, Mr Brendan Grant.

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