Khoisan chiefs pack up and go

The Khoisan chiefs and leaders of the Royal Links House have packed up and left after four days, ‘waiting’ continuously day and night, in front of the gates of the Kouga Municipality in… Continue reading

Water Alert!Water supply from Churchill dam could dry up by 28 June(edited by Bev Mortimer)

Over the past week, Churchill dam has been carrying most of Impofu dam’s shortfall and is now also seriously depleted – and the Churchill dam could run dry as early as 28 June,… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle’s June 2022 edition is out

St Francis Chronicle June 2002 edition is out from today in St Francis niche shops and venues. Watch out for it… It will also be available in Humansdorp, Patensie, Jeffreys Bay and parts… Continue reading

Three go overboard at Kromme Mouth

Edited by Bev Mortimer NSRI St Francis Bay, two local boat owners and a man on a kayak were all heroes on Friday this past week (17 June) by rallying to the rescue… Continue reading

Water-shedding in Kouga from Monday

Kouga Municipality has announced that it will start implementing water-shedding in Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp and St Francis from 13 June.Water to towns will be switched off for the greater part of the day… Continue reading

NATJOINTS has measures in place for a National Shutdown

(edited by Bev Mortimer) The SAPS this evening released a statement that NATJOINTS has put measures in place to ensure the safety and security of all in South Africa amidst threats of a… Continue reading

Murders, riots, chaos and xenophobia in Hankey for five days

Article compiled by By Bev Mortimer Two murders in the suburb of Centerton in Hankey on 29 May led to five days of unrest, riots and the closure of the Patensie Hankey road… Continue reading

World Racing champs to be in Kouga next year

Edited by Bev MortimerThe Adventure Racing World Championships is coming to Africa for the first time in October 2023 and will be using the Kouga region and surrounds of the Eastern Cape as… Continue reading

Help three Sea Vista soccer players play overseas

By Bev Mortimer Three Sea Vista soccer players have been chosen to train for a trip to Sweden and the UK from July.The players, Khanyiselo Mdledle, Abulele Silolo and Lisakhanya Skhosana, have been… Continue reading

Sea Vista homes and goods flooded. Help needed

Article by Bev Mortimer                                                                                                                                  Flood damage has occurred  to Sea Vista homes recently in this month of May, plus to clothing, bedding and food supplies, but it appears no donations of help… Continue reading