Monthly Archive: June, 2014

SA Treasury committed to reduce budget deficit

The South African National Treasury said it was not complacent and remained resolute in its commitment to reduce the budget deficit in line with the public commitment made in the Budget Review published… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle June edition is now online

St Francis Chronicle’s June 2014 edition is now online!! This is  a free service for our many readers around  South Africa and overseas, plus for those with holiday homes in St Francis Bay… Continue reading

Welsh rugby team arrive in PE – photos

Photos of the arrival of the Welsh rugby team members to Port Elizabeth and Radisson Blu Hotel on 9 June 2014. They were welcomed by a Marimba band and African Drumbeat dancers. Most… Continue reading

Food donations urgently needed for Sea Vista sick and elderly

TV schedule for the RVCA Junior Surfing Challenge at JBay

 The TV schedule for the RVCA Junior Challenge, that took place last month at Lower Point in JBay has been announced. The Premier Show will be on Monday 16th, on SuperSport 8. Dates, Times… Continue reading

4 Hout Bay fisherman clinging to boat rescued by NSRI

NSRI Kommetjie volunteers rescued four community fishermen  off-shore of Kommetjie  yesterday afternoon, 13 June 2014. The men were fetched one at time in relays by an NSRI swimmer and brought to the sea… Continue reading

Kouga residents invited to property rates review

Rates policy and by-law to be reviewed Kouga residents are invited to take part in the review of Kouga Municipality’s Property Rates Policy and By-Law.  Four workshops will be held on Tuesday and… Continue reading

Soldier boy Mclellan included in Oakley X-Over

EFC Fighter Garreth ‘Soldier Boy’ McLellan is the latest inclusion in their Oakley X-Over Challenge cross-over competition, scheduled for next month. The Oakley X-Over is an invite-only multi-discipline event that forms part of… Continue reading

NSRI netts almost R130 000 from champagne event

By Bev Mortimer   (Click on photo to have it enlarged for easier reading. When it opens in new window, click on photo again for increased font size) Follow St Francis chronicle on… Continue reading

Building boom continues in St Francis despite high costs of imported items

By Bev Mortimer The building boom that started last year following the big fire in November 2012 that razed 76 homes on St Francis Bay’s canals is still buoyant and the majority of… Continue reading