New public partner for SAA

The South African Cabinet has agreed for the SA government to own 49% of South African Airways (SAA) and for Takatso Consortium to hold 51% of SAA.  This was announced today by Public… Continue reading

Sarah Baartman District could unleash 3 Covid wave in EP – GCIS

– By Bev Mortimer Owing to the rapid rise of infections, the Garden Route part of the Sarah Baartman District has again been identified as a Covid 19 hotspot that potentially could unleash… Continue reading

Suspect arrested for murder of Sea Vista woman

– Article by Bev Mortimer A man has been arrested for the murder of Marelese Dolene Rollison, 30, whose body was found, tied up with cable tie around her, by the St Francis… Continue reading

Latest breach of the dune spit is the most serious

  Photo by Barry Culligan of the breach, 22 September Article edited by Bev Mortimer The breaching of the spit poses a serious threat to our infrastructure, properties, and the local economy, Kouga… Continue reading

St Francis’ community newspaper to re-open

The St Francis area’s own community newspaper that highlights all the top news for the St Francis area, the St Francis Chronicle, is opening for business again. Owing to being in forced hibernation,… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle gears up to print again

St Francis Chronicle gears up to print again Please send news, views and photos for consideration for publication to Read all about the next edition in the Letter from the Editor (below)… Continue reading

St Francis Bay’s luxury town house development in big demand

Seaglades, St Francis Bay’s latest, luxury and upmarket townhouse development in Seaglades Drive, has not yet completed its ground level but two villas have already been sold. The tiled roof villas, currently being… Continue reading

Taxi violence and attack on JBay police

Yesterday morning taxi violence erupted in Jeffreys Bay and the local police station was later attacked after the arrest of a man with a firearm. One policeman was injured during the destructive attack… Continue reading

Hdorp Hospital closed – 35 staff are Covid-19 positive

At least 35 Humandorp staff have been affected with the coronavirus and the hospital is now closed. The casualty department is, however, still open for emergency cases. There are two doctors currently on… Continue reading

St  Francis Chronicle April 2020 Edition is now online.

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