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Daily Archive: July 4, 2012

Giant oil rig welcomed by African drum beats

A ‘gigantesque’ oil rig en route to Norway from China, docked at Coega harbour last month to the fanfare of the highly talented and colourfully clad African Drumbeat dancers. The 24 000-ton, 6-storey… Continue reading

Record attendance at Grahamstown Arts Fest

Solid growth and sold out shows  characterised the opening of the 2012 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, organisers say. “Our first-half figures show that, compared to the same period last year, the number… Continue reading

De Souza puts on all star performance at Ballito

Elite ASP World Championship Tour campaigners set the bar in the tricky, half-metre waves on offer  at Willards Beach on day three of the Mr Price Pro Ballito. ASP World No 4 and… Continue reading

Water, water everywhere and fears of floods

Strong flowing streams of water from the wetlands behind the dunes are flowing down the sides of the R330 to the entrance of St Francis Bay and the Links. This follows heavy rains… Continue reading

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