R21-billion in Nelson Mandela bay construction industry

Building projects in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) have injected over R1.2bn into the Nelson Mandela Bay construction industry over the past two quarters. Coega IDZ says six major construction projects were… Continue reading

South African Cabinet wishes Madiba a speedy recovery

The South Afrcan cabinet today, 13 June,  wished former President Nelson Mandela a speedy recovery, while reassuring the nation that he is receiving the best medical care. During a post-Cabinet briefing today, Performance… Continue reading

SA govt to oppose OUTA’s moves to halt e-tolling

The South African government says it will oppose the Opposition to Urban Tolling Association (OUTA’s) latest move to halt e-tolling in Gauteng. OUTA has raised more than R2 million towards its court challenge… Continue reading

Throwing faeces is undignified

Cabinet has strongly condemned the dumping of human waste last week outside the Western Cape Legislature by protestors who are against portable bucket toilets. Police were called in when a small group of… Continue reading

No room for racism in South Africa’s democracy

The South African Cabinet has condemned the recent spate of acts of racism reported in some parts of the country, saying there was no room for racism in South Africa’s democracy. A Durban… Continue reading

Red Cap to grade Oyster Bay Road

Red Cap wind farm developer will grade part of the Oyster Bay the entire stretch of road to its new Red Cap Kouga Wind Farm site and bear the cost of this. This… Continue reading

US hiker rescued by NSRI Plett after a fall – photos

NSRI Plettenberg Bay volunteer duty crew rescued a 20 year-old hiker who fractured her ankle on the weekend when she jumped onto a beach while hiking at Robberg Island. Neda Chavoshi, 29m from California… Continue reading

US Volunteer brightens children’s lives in Sea Vista

Kezzia Gray from the British Virgin islands who is currently volunteering in South Africa has been hard at work brightening up the Talhado Chidldren’s Haven in Sea Vista area of St Francis Bay.… Continue reading

Digby and the lullaby at the Links in July

Back in St Francis Bay next month owing to popular demand are Indie Folk Artists, Digby and the lullaby, in concert at St Francis Links. On piano and lead vocals will be the… Continue reading

Kelly Slater wins Volcom Fiji Pro

Kelly Slater (USA), 41, won the Volcom Fiji Pro over Mick Fanning (AUS), 31, in pumping six-to-eight foot (2 metre) barrels at Cloudbreak. He has simultaneously launched to No 1 on the ASP… Continue reading