Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Smith & Logie through to round 16 in Ballito

South African’s Jordy Smith (ZAF) and Travis Logie (ZAF), both Durbanites, won their respective heats to advance directly into the Round of 16 at the ASP Prime Mr Price Pro Ballito . Logie got off… Continue reading

Missing guy from Pretoria presumed drowned – update

The young man who disappeared in the sea at Eerste Rivier has been identified as Andrey Dreyer, 19, of Pretoria and a student at a Cape Town College. The NSRI, Police and emergency… Continue reading

Gauteng man attacked and bitten by shark near Stillbaai today

A Gauteng man was attacked and bitten by a 4-metre shark today , 6 July, on his left upper leg and his left knee while surfing at Sand Beach, Jongensfontein, 20 kms up… Continue reading

Old Car wanted and church announcements

OLD CAR WANTED: If you Have any car for sale then please call me, I would love to buy your car from you God-Bless MY TEL: 079 138 6116 ST FRANCIS UNITED CHURCH:… Continue reading

19 year-old Pretoria guy on holiday disappears in the sea

A 19 year-old Pretoria guy who was caught up in a rip current at 5 pm this evening at Eerstre Rivier Main beach disappeared under the waves and has not been seen since.… Continue reading

No immediate protection for spit on the canals?

Decision on canals delayed for at least another year – By Bev Mortimer: St Francis Bay’s canal homes and their only protection for the sea – the dune spit – are at the… Continue reading

Solid 1-metre waves at Ballito this morning

20th Century Masters from France expo – forthcoming event

For art lovers and those with a fine taste  an exhibition – 20th Century Masters: the human figure  – is being jointly held between South Africa and France at the  Standard Bank Art Gallery from 13-15… Continue reading

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