Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Addo man gets 20 years for murder

A 26 year-old man was sentenced to 20-years imprisonment today, 12 March 2015, in the Addo Regional Court for murder. Sakia Selatile Selatile was arrested at 7.20 pm on 16 February this year… Continue reading

Con man from the church flees the county with cash and jewellery

Breaking… A con man from the church who was looking after a St Francis Bay home owner’s pet, fled the country with cash and goods to the value of around R200 000 that… Continue reading

JBay men arrested for cultivation of dagga plants and possession

Breaking… Jeffreys Bay police members arrested two 36-year old suspects yesterday, 9 March 2015, on charges of illegal possession of dagga and the cultivation of dagga plants. The arrests were made during an… Continue reading

Man, 51, dies while swimming at JBay beach

Beachgoers at Jeffreys bay yesterday were taken aback by the sight of a 51 year-old man floating face downwards in the sea. He had apparently had a heart attack while swimming. According to… Continue reading

Another photo of the mystery man on inflatable pool

Another photo from the NSRI of the ‘mystery’ man who went out to sea on an inflatable swimming pool and used a garden rake to navigate it. Anyone who recognises this man is… Continue reading

Humansdorp high school pupils on alleged murder charge

Humansdorp police detectives are investigating a case of attempted murder by two high school pupils. This follows the alleged stabbing of another Humansdorp high school pupil by fellow learners, Warrant Officer, Basil Seekoei,… Continue reading

Man paddles offshore with garden rake on inflatable pool

      A ‘mystery’ man was found  paddling on a tiny swimming pool inflatable dinghy using a garden rake as an oar, 1 nautical mile off-shore of the Mouille Point Lighthouse in… Continue reading

Thyspunt is a prime candidate for a nuclear site – Dr Kelvin Kemm

Thyspunt is a prime candidate for a nuclear site. “It is one of the best in the world,”  nuclear physicist, Dr Kelvin Kemm, CEO of Nuclear Africa told a  mini nuclear summit held in… Continue reading