Monthly Archive: August, 2012

Women party big time on 9 August

The canals came alive with Greek music after a period of silence, when Big Time Taverna hosted a special Women’s Day celebration for at least 120 women today. The place was packed when… Continue reading

Enid’s Women’s Day walk or run off to excellent start

A big crowd of runners set off at 9 am this morning on the Enid Pretorius’ annual ‘Walk or Run’ event to the Cape St Francis lighthouse – and back for the brave.… Continue reading

Road between Hankey and Weston closed, Sand River Bridge still fine

The road between Hankey and Weston has flooded. According to an announcement by Kouga Municipality this morning, this means residents cannot drive directly from Humansdorp to Hankey. The alternative route would be via… Continue reading

Surfers celebrating Women’s Day

National Women’s Day will be celebrated by the surfing community tomorrow, 9 August 2012 , when the third edition of the Women’s Day Surf Challenge presented by Surfing South Africa (SSA) and supported… Continue reading

Extraordinary women badges available from SuperSpar

Tomorrow, Women’s Day, 9 August 2012,  SuperSpar St Francis Bay will be selling badges that say:  “I man exraordinary woman “. They cost R1 each and all women are invited to buy one.… Continue reading

SAP women to hold roadblock in St Francis on Women’s Day

Police women  from St Francis Bay SAP station will be having a roadblock tomorrow, 9 August 2012 ,at the corner of the R330 and the Oyster Bay road (Olive tree junction) between 11… Continue reading

Severe Weather Forecast for Eastern Cape (update)

Severe weather is on the cards for the Eastern Cape according to the SA Weather and Disaster Observation Service that forecasts the following: *  Very rough seas with wave height in excess of… Continue reading

Rough seas, freezing conditions, snowfalls, more heavy rain falls in the Eastern Cape

Chances of more flooding to the already saturated Eastern Cape are high following weather predictions of significant rain falls between 25 and 40 mm of rain along the south coast between Monday night… Continue reading

Sand River Bridge very precarious 5.45 pm 1 August 2012 – photos

The Sand River Bridge was looking most precarious at 5.45 pm today, 1 August. A huge amount of water is flowing down at a very fast rate but it is unable to escape… Continue reading