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Community calls for university of agriculture

September 8, 2017
News   OurHealth  

EASTERN CAPE – The nation of AmaMpondo aseMpuma has called on government to revive Lusikisiki College of Education and convert it into an agricultural university.

Municipality refuses to rebuild demolished houses

September 6, 2017
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EASTERN CAPE – The Ingquza Hill Local Municipality is fighting a second high court order instructing it to build new houses for more than 150 residents at New Rest in Lusikisiki.

Youth development programme used to build houses

August 24, 2017
News  

EASTERN CAPE – Youth volunteers have helped build over 30 homes for destitute beneficiaries over the past month in a project aimed at skills development in Pungulelweni village, Ntabankulu, in the Eastern Cape.

Port St Johns police use women’s month for safety campaigns

August 22, 2017
News  

EASTERN CAPE – South African Police Services in the Port Saint Johns cluster have been campaigning and hosting programmes across the cluster to raise awareness on woman and child safety throughout this month.

Water project to benefit some EC communities

July 26, 2017
News   OurHealth  

EASTERN CAPE: Water and Sanitation Deputy Minister Pamela Tshwete has launched the Ntontela Tembukazi water supply project at kwaNgcoya village in Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape – bringing fresh water to rural villagers who have had no real supply.

E Cape Health to train 350 nurses at Lilitha

June 1, 2017
OurHealth  

The Eastern Cape Department of Health is in the process of training more than 350 nurses at the Lilitha College of Nursing.

R14.4 billion for Eastern Cape health

May 10, 2017
News   OurHealth  

Embattled hospitals across the Eastern Cape – where health services have been shoddy and people reliant on state healthcare have been driven to protest action – will be receiving a welcome boost in resources.