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Monthly Archive: January, 2012

South African surfer, Sarah Baum, in ISA China Cup finals

Sarah Baum is the only SA Team surfer who will compete in the final day ISA China Cup Baum from AthlonePark, KZN, made full use of the long left-breaking one metre waves at… Continue reading

22 die in water related incidents so far this year

A total of 22 deaths from water related accidents and drowning accidents around the South African coast have been recorded since the beginning of 2012. In the light of this the NSRI rges… Continue reading

Shock as all SA men eliminated from ISA China Cup

All four of the South African Team of male surfers crashed out of the inaugural ISA China Cup in a disastrous opening day at Riyue Bay on Hainan Island in China today. Hopes… Continue reading

January 2012 edition of St Francis Chronicle is now online

Happy New Year again to all our readers!! Next year will be our 10th year in existence!! We started this popular monthly print edition in late January 2003. Last year we started this… Continue reading

Surfing Team South Africa set for ISA China Cup tomorrow

The  ISA China Cup gets underway at Wanning on Hainan Island in China tomorrow. Team South Africa will field a strong line-up against four man and two women squads from the ISA’s top eight… Continue reading

School pupil rescued from JBay surf

A school pupil from Pretoria was rescued from the sea at Jeffreys Bay this morning by two bystanders. But from a distance some eye witnesses thought a multiple drowning was in progress. According… Continue reading

Yorkie puppy found

A cute Yorkie puppy has been found in Seaglades Drive, St Francis Bay. If you have lost yours. Please call the finder of the dog on 083 452 4777.  Or phone the St… Continue reading

Letter to The Editor: Thanks to man who found our Border Collie at New Year

Hello… Could you please pass a huge thank you to the gentleman that found our border collie, Casey, at St Francis on New Years Day. She went missing from Kromme River, about 3… Continue reading

Norman and MJ are Member golf winners

Rich Cape Town youth trash a St Francis Bay backpackers

Rich Cape Town youngsters who say they are former pupils of a top private schoool in the city, spent 20 days in St Francis Bay and trashed a backpackers’ outlet. The Seagulls Back… Continue reading

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