Commemorating the City's involvement in World War I
A special exhibition commemorating the centenary of the First World War, featuring artefacts from the Buffalo Volunteer Rifles, is currently running at the East London Museum.
East London gets botanical garden
THE Kwelera National Botanical Garden, set up to conserve biodiversity, is the 10th botanical garden in the country, and the first in the Eastern Cape.
Transport Month: bus rapid transit in the pipeline
Buffalo City’s planned bus rapid transit (BRT) system will give residents a safer, cheaper, easier way of getting to and from work and play - while reducing the city's traffic congestion and carbon emissions.
Buffalo City Mayor's message on National Heritage Day
Buffalo City Metro joins millions of other South Africans in celebrating Heritage Day. Heritage Day is celebrated annually as a public holiday on the 24th of September.
Six million job opportunities to be created through EPWP
President Jacob Zuma announced that more than six million job opportunities will be created over the next five years through the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP).
Matrics ready for exams
Buffalo City's grade 12 public school learners will be sitting down for their final exams in less than a month, with the Eastern Cape targeting a provincial pass rate of at least 70 percent.
Premier Masualle opens Science Park
THE East London Industrial Development Zone Science and Technology Park will open up innovation in the province, allowing it to continue to lead the country in renewable energy generation and grow its economy.
Municipalities can improve performance - Masualle
EASTERN CAPE Premier Phumulo Masualle, speaking at the Senior Management Service Leadership Conference, has said that a "radical mindset change" is necessary to improve the performance of municipalities in the province.
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