Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Mystery of beached containers solved.

The Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre  has revealed that five containers fell overboard a Chinese ship, Anguan Gjing, en route from Durban to Nigeria in recent heavy seas.. The authorities say the containers are… Continue reading

Open letter to Muni about potholes etc

 Dear Mr Fadi Cc:     Mayor B Koerat ; C lr Ben Rheeder; Laura-Leigh Randall  Re: Breakdown of St Francis infrastructure  I have just completed a tour of St Francis Bay including Sea… Continue reading

Fisherman suffers stroke, evacuated from chokka boat:

A 49 year-old fisherman suspected of suffering from a serious stroke was evacuated from a chokka boat four nautical miles off St Francis Bay this morning by the town’s NSRI recue team. Marc… Continue reading

Safe house for street children opens

Apart from it being the most special day of celebration  of Mandela’s Birthday,  yesterday was also a special day for street children as a safe house for abandoned and neglected children found on… Continue reading

Launch Meeting of St Francis Bay Business Forum – Forthcoming Event

Launch Meeting of the St Francis Bay Business Forum takes place at St Francis Links at 6 pm at St Francis Links on 26 July 2012. All businesses are encouraged to attend! RSVP… Continue reading

Sweets for street children on Madiba Day – photo gallery

As part of its contribution to ‘67 minutes of doing something for the community’ on Mandela’s birthday today,  St Francis Chronicle and Show Me St Francis handed over sweets for the street and… Continue reading

Urinetown Musical – Forthcoming Event

To pee or not to pee.. that is the question in Urinetown. The title of this musical may cause some sniggering but the subject of where to go to the toilet affects the… Continue reading

Avoid using Lyme Road South

Don’t use Lyme Road South unless you live along that road. This is an appeal sent out by Nigel Aitken, vice chairman of the St Francis Bay Residents’ Association, yesterday. He says Kouga… Continue reading

Mystery object mistaken for a whale on the beach

A large cylindrical object was found on Jeffreys Bay beach this morning and was from a distance mistaken for a whale. . NSRI Jeffreys Bay volunteers were activated following reports of a whale… Continue reading

St Francis: Sleeping no more – open for business!

A St Francis Bay Business Forum (SFBBF) was formed this month to promote future investment and business opportunities, plus positive support for current businesses in St Francis. One of its main goals is… Continue reading