Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Boat owners in Port Alfred urged to remove boats

  Owing to flooding, NSRI Port Alfred  has been requested by the City Disaster Management to urge boaters and boat owners on rivers in the Eastern Cape Ndlambe area to remove their boats,… Continue reading

JBay raises the blue flag again

Jeffreys Bay has achieved the international Blue Flag status once again placing it among South Africa’s top beaches. The popular seaside town’s main beach, Dolphin  Beach has achieved this status for nine years.. Kouga Executive Mayor… Continue reading

Johnny Clegg LIVE in PE and George – Win Tickets!

Nelson Mandela Bay and  the Garden Route will soon be filed with the  memorable sounds of one of South Africa’s most iconic performers, Johnny Clegg. And St Francis Chronicle is offering two free… Continue reading

Teenager missing at East London beach

A search is continuing for a 17 year-old  East London man who reportedly went missing while swimming at Eastern Beach on Sunday, 14 October 2012. NSRI East London volunteer NSRI duty crew responded… Continue reading

Touring the Karoo the College kids way

An educational tour with a difference is what Grades 6 and 7 pupils from St Francis College, Grade 6 experienced recently. Their tour took in the towns of Graaff-Reinet, Ganora Guest Farm and… Continue reading

Miroshga tragedy – NSRI Joint Ops’ condolences and thanks

The Sea Rescue Joint Operations Command and the Emergency Services extend sincerest condolences to the family of John Roberts and the family of Peter Philip Hyett. This was said in an NSRI media… Continue reading

Energia – the new fitness and lifestyle centre at the port

St Francis Bay will from November have a new fitness and lifestyle centre at Port St Francis. Called Energia – derived from the Italian word Energy – the centre, on the lower level… Continue reading

Logie in Round 3 at Ripcurl Pro Portugal

Travis Logie of Durban, South Africa  advanced into round three of the Ripcurl Pro Portugal winning his round two heat yesterday. Logie defeated American Damien Hobgood (USA) in a closely fought battle that… Continue reading

More tourists to South Africa this year

The number of tourists to South Africa Tourist arrivals grew by 10.5% in the first six months of this year  – more than double the global average of 5% for the same period. According… Continue reading

Skype users beware the malicious worm

South Africans are warned about a malicious malware or ‘Dorkbot worm’ spreading through Skype instant messaging.  To safeguard people need need to run the latest Skype version and ensure they have up to date… Continue reading