Monthly Archive: October, 2011

Latest news on bigger, better St Francis Bay police station

The Department of Public Works has submitted a site development plan for the new St Francis Bay Police station and by all accounts plans for a bigger, better police station in the town… Continue reading

Improving Education plans for Kouga

A new building for Sea Vista Primary in St Francis Bay, renovating Hankey Primary and establishing a high school in Jeffreys Bay were discussed last week. These and other educational improvements for Kouga topped the… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle Print edition October 2011

The latest edition of St Francis Chronicle for those readers who live elsewhere in  South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, plus those who live in overseas countries.  Anyone who would like to… Continue reading

South African surfers eliminated at World Junior Champs

A sad day for South Africa as the country’s top junior surfers were eliminated today at the SA Junior Champs in Bali.  In a tight Round 4 battle , St Francis Bay’s Dale Staples… Continue reading

Lay day at World junior Surfing event in Bali today

On-shore winds caused a lay day to be called at the Oakley World Pro Junior in Bali today. “The wind is up and conditions are pretty bad today,” Contest Director Beau Emerton said. “We’re… Continue reading

Hurley SA junior Champs in Durban – Final Winners

 JBay’s Kai Woolf clinches U13 girls champs: Kai Woolf (JBay, EP) today clinched the U13 girls championship at the Hurley SA Junior Champs at Durban’s New Pier today. Nine-year-old Woolf, the youngest competitor in the… Continue reading

Jack Freestone beaten by Bali local at World Junior Champs

Darmaputra Tonjo (IND) the Bali local from Legian has added another scalp to his collection. After taking down ASP World Junior number 2 Nat Young (US) earlier in the Oakley World Pro Junior,… Continue reading

EP’s Matt McGillivray’s near perfect ride at the SA Junior champs

Hurley SA Junior Champs in Durban – Day 4: There was a dramatic surfing moment at New Pier, Durban, yesterday during the Hurley SA Junior Champs when in the U15 quarter-finals  Matt McGillivray (Eastern… Continue reading

Study in US or Canada for 5 weeks with Rotary

The Jeffreys Bay Rotary club is inviting suitably qualified people to apply for a Group Study Exchange tour to US & Canada in May and June 2012.  Group Study Exchange is a vocational… Continue reading

Wind farm developer responds to residents’ objections

Following St Francis Chronicle’s feature on residents objecting to the proposed Kromme River wind farm development,  it has transpired that other residents in St Francis had also objected to other wind farms being… Continue reading