Monthly Archive: May, 2012

The Spit can Split in Spring

By Bev Mortimer: There is a high probability that the canal dune Spit will be breached this year. “Should a large wave event occur around the equinox spring tides in September this will… Continue reading

71 year-old St Francis Bay woman stabbed and robbed

By Bev Mortimer:  A 71 year-old St Francis Bay woman was struck on her face and stabbed on her forehead, then robbed in her own home. According to a police report from the… Continue reading

Enhancing the French flavours at Chez Patrick

Dewald Hurter, the new chef at Chez Patrick is a lover of French food, having been trained in French haute cuisine. So he  was thrilled to have been offered the position at this… Continue reading

Social Events from 9- 23 May

11 May – Jazz evening Claire Venn- Live at Chez Patric this Friday Book now. No cover charge. Join us for a evening of light Jazz in the likes of Katie Melua. 12… Continue reading

No electricity in St Francis Bay industrial area

The power cable to the industrial area in St Francis Bay is giving problems again and the area is without electricity. Bennie Bosch and his team are on their way to determine what… Continue reading

NEWS FLASH!! Power outage in Santareme and St Francis Bay industrial area

Urgent News Flash received from Kouga Municipality right now…Power outage from 11 am this morning in Industrial area of St Francis Bay and the whole of Santareme!! The Kouga Municipality is busy working on fixing cables and… Continue reading

“Silence kills democracy… But a free press talks” – World Press Freedom Day

Today is World Press Freedom Day.  In solidarity with other newspapers in South Africa and around the world St Francis Chronicle is also marking World Press Freedom Day by publishing these photos of Mandela… Continue reading

Jeffreys Bay Surf Challenge – Photo Gallery of Kouga locals

Photos provided by Jarvi . The Jeffreys Bay Surf Challenge  and Industry Cup, sponsored by Bloodscan  – photos of St Francis and JBay locals. April 2012   See original post: https://stfrancischronicle.com/2012/04/30/team-lizzard-takes-bloodscan-while-february-and-kouga-locals-shine/

Body of 6 year-old girl found, presumed raped

The SAP suspect that a six-year-old girl from Humansdorp. whose body was found near her home on Saturday this past weekend, had been raped. Her body had bruise marks round the neck and… Continue reading