Monthly Archive: May, 2012

American Christians roll up sleeves to improve shack dwellers lives in Sea Vista

A group of American Christian volunteers from Denver in Colorado spent the last fortnight in St Francis with a Christian outreach volunteer organisation in Cape St Francis. This was part of the seven-week… Continue reading

Raffik goes cycling by recycling

Raffik Cupido is the first child in St Francis Bay to earn himself a bicycle through recycling.   The St Francis Bay Rotary Club’s recycling project in Sea Vista is still going strong.  Some, children like Raffik,… Continue reading

Big ‘controlled’ burn in St Francis Bay today

The municipality is doing a controlled ‘Big Burn’ today( Monday 14th May) with the ‘Working for Fire’ people. The burn is taking place on the open ground on St Francis Drive between Tarragona… Continue reading

Full Gobodo report to be released to all Kouga councillors

A special Council meeting to discuss the controversial Gobodo report decided to make the full report available to all councillors. The attachment to the agenda was a summary of the report and not… Continue reading

Driver of crashed car at the bridge ran away – update

Car lands in Sand River… The driver of a car that  swerved off the Sand River bridge last night ran away. The police are now  looking for the driver, who is from Hankey,… Continue reading

Gunmen hold up terrified petrol attendants – update

The St Francis Bay petrol station was held up by armed robbers last night at 6 pm. The gun-toting robbers allegedly made off with the office computer as well as a cell phone… Continue reading

Stop Press!!! Gunmen hold up local petrol station and a car goes of the bridge

Gunmen rob petrol attendants The St Francis Bay petrol station was reportedly held up by armed robbers last night at 6 pm. The gun-toting robbers allegedly made off with cash, the office computer… Continue reading

Big stink over toilets cut-back

By Bev Mortimer: Kouga ratepayer associations and residents have expressed horror that Kouga Municipality is reducing the number of sanitised toilets by half in informal settlements right across Kouga this month. Fears have… Continue reading