Monthly Archive: August, 2012

News Flash!! Dog lost in Santareme!!

Lost in Santereme, Sunday 19 August 2012 –  A mixed breed, brown big, dog with two collars around his neck – one electronic. If  you see him please let Bennie Bosch know:  0836543702.

Another body washed up following Plett boat tragedy

Another body was found washed up on the beach 2 kms north-east of the Keurbooms River mouth on Tuesday this week (14 August) , the NSRI Plettenberg Bay reported. “The body of the man… Continue reading

Kids’ car wash off to great start

    Come on St Francis Bay people support the local kids who are trying to raise money to go on a tour. A car wash costs only R30 and the kids do… Continue reading

Use water sparingly during pipe repairs

Residents are asked to please use water sparingly while repair work is being conducted to the main water pipe over the Sand River. The pipe has had to be removed to allow the… Continue reading

Cécile Verny international jazz star in Cape Town

Cécile Verny Quartet’s Keep Some Secrets Within will be part of the GIPCA’s  Music in the City concert series in Cape Town at the end of this month. Entrance to this performance is free. The Gordon… Continue reading

Exciting Earthwave Beach Festival

Another attempt will be made to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘most surfers riding the same wave’ at Muizenberg next month. The BOS Earthwave Beach Festival will feature an exciting line-up… Continue reading

Ukupha raises R2180 for Hospice

The recent Ukupha annual potjie cook-off was a great success with R2180 being raised for St Francis Hospice. Ukupha ladies have also undertaken to help 23 young ladies that Hopsice supports by trying… Continue reading

Forthcoming Events: Have your cars washed by college kids

A ‘Kids Car Wash’ takes place every Saturday in August & September between 9 am and 12 pm. The St Francis College Senior Class of children are working hard to pay for a… Continue reading

Top environmentalists at Fynbos Forum

Nature shows no mercy when environmental mistakes are made that can cost municipalities, developers, and insurers millions of Rands – this is unacceptable as costly blunders can be avoided if correct environmental practices… Continue reading

Potholes to disaster

By Bev Mortimer (Article first published in the 8 August 2012 print edition of St Francis Chronicle) St Francis Bay has now been declared a disaster area by the town’s residents’ association that… Continue reading