Mendi bottle-store million and facelift postponed

Cllr Nomamerika Soul

The community of New Brighton together with councillors and officials of Nelson Mandela Bay gathered for the official opening of the Mendi Bottle Store as a multi-purpose cultural centre last week. This store will receive a R21.5 million facelift where the facility will benefit the community of New Brighton. Addressing the crowd, Councillor Nomamerika Soul of the Department of Sports, Recreation and Culture explained that due to new developments in

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Nceba Faku says it all

Nceba Faku

The most spoken about Christopher Nceba Faku, Nelson Mandela Bay’s first black Mayor is an ANC veteran, a father, a comrade, a politician, family man and businessman. Born on 11 February 1956 in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, Faku received his education at the Cowan High School and Lovedale College in Alice. He completed his matric in 1978 while serving a thirteen years’ prison term on Robben Island. Following his release

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