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Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Shark attack at the Caves: All the official facts

Report and Review of Events at Kogel Bay ‘Caves’ After Great White Shark Attack A media release issued on 20 April by the City of Cape Town’s Communication Department :  As a result… Continue reading

International surfers gather for ‘moment of silence’ for shark attack victim

ISA President Fernando Aguerre shared a few words yesterday with surfers  from 31 nations who gathered  for a moment of silence for David Lilienfeld of South Africa. David was killed this week by… Continue reading

Body boarder dies after shark attack at Gordon’s Bay – updated 11.30 pm

A 20 year-old man died after being attacked by a  4-5 metre White shark  at Gordon’s Bay today,  according to eye witnesses. The deceased man, David Lilienfeld, had his right leg completely bitten off… Continue reading

Preparations underway for R74 000 3-day surfing event in JBay this month

The three-day Jeffrey’s Bay Surf Challenge is set for 28-30 April at The Point, Jeffrey’s Bay. And a number of former World Tour professionals have confirmed their attendance. The event is sponsored by… Continue reading

Desree wins SuperSpar St Francis Bay Talent Show

By Bev Mortimer: Desree Swarts  last night won the St Francis Bay SuperSpar Talent Show, pipping several other talented performers to the post.. Desree, 38, was over the moon when her name was… Continue reading

Excitement mounts for SuperSpar Box car race

After the success of the Christmas Box Car race, St Francis Bay’s SuperSpar has decided to make this a twice yearly event. Everyone is invited to join in the fun on the public… Continue reading

St Francis United Church ladies celebrate with gifts and tea

The building of the Church House on the corner of Walton and St Francis Drive in St Francis Bay is almost 100% completed. The ladies from this new inter-denomination church – from Anglican,… Continue reading

A giant of a Titanic dinner raises R10 000 for NSRI

It was a long voyage to savour 10 different courses of a sumptuous dinner in commemoration of the last repast held on the ill fated Titanic ship that sank 100 years ago on… Continue reading

R15-million shark research project and film in False Bay

A $2-million Ocearch shark research and filming project in False Bay has attracted opposition from two shark cage diving operators and an author. The Ocearch project, headed by American Chris Fischer, the producer… Continue reading

Sea Vista residents divided and confused over Thyspunt

Exclusive article by Bev Mortimer (From the April 2012 print edition)” There is confusion among the more than 6000 squatters and long time residents of the sprawling township known as Sea Vista on… Continue reading

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