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March is MSA awareness month

[notice]Great need for research and education on rare Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) condition[/notice] March has been designated MSA awareness month in order to draw attention to this rare, currently incurable neuro- degenerative illness that afflicts about one in 400 000 people. MSA if often mistaken for Parkinson’s Disease and the […]

Highland Gathering in PE on Sunday

The skirl o’ the pipes will rule at the Highland Gathering at Victoria Park Bowling Club, Port Elizabeth on Sunday, as pipe bands and Highland dancers compete for trophies. The all-day event opens at 8am and includes  highland dancing in the morning, individual and group piping events in the afternoon, […]

ATM stats suggest cautious rise in consumer confidence

Cash withdrawals continue to drop with the February 2011 Spark Cash Index revealing an average cash withdrawal decline of 0,63% compared to January 2011. Marc Sternberg, MD of Spark ATM Systems, says while consumers provided retailers with a bumper Christmas, they became more cautious in the New Year and this […]

Nuus van Oos-Kaap sendelinge in Japan

[notice ]Hieride berig is van ‘n spesiale uitgawe van die Oos-Kaapse NG Kerk nuusbrief, Grens-Pos, oor die verskriklike aardbewing, voortgaande na-skokke, die tsunami en ontplooiende kernkragkrisis in Japan. [notice] Deur Danie Mouton Drie gesinne met noue Oos-Kaapse bande werk as sendelinge in Japan. Stephan en Keiko Smithdorff, met hul gesin, […]


A 2010 Pew Opinion Survey and University of Maryland/World Opinion.org survey have found that 84% of Egyptians favour the death penalty for “apostates” (those who choose to leave Islam) – Dr Peter Hammond, in article “What is happening in the Middle East?”

Marching on!

Dear friend March is indeed marching on. And so is Gateway News. This week we published our first story from East London — the first of many to come: East London Christians take a stand on abortion. We also posted an expert article on a question that is on many […]