Monthly Archive: August, 2015

Taxi drivers are clashing in Jeffreys Bay.

Rival  taxi gangs are  clashing in public in Jeffreys Bay Two incidents, one a week ago and one yesterday, 4 August, saw rival taxi drivers in angry confrontation. In the one incident a… Continue reading

50 school kids squashed into 15-seater taxi

Fifty school children were squashed into a taxi by a reckless driver who drove at high speed in Patensie in the Eastern Cape this morning 5 August.  The driver was pulled off the… Continue reading

Presidency warns of two women imposters

Two women have allegedly been using the name of President Zuma and the Presidency to obtain favours and jobs. And the Presidency has warned the public and businesses about these imposters “The Presidency… Continue reading

French and Japanese surfers win Vans World Surfing event

Johanne Defay (FRA) and Hiroto Ohhara (JPN) reigned supreme on the final day of the Vans US Open of Surfing in front of a capacity crowd at Huntington Beach, California in the US… Continue reading

Catamaran capsizes in PE, 3 rescued

Another boat capsized today at Port Elizabeth, 2 August, with three people on board. After being in the water for 15 minutes two men and a woman were rescued by occupants of a… Continue reading

Colapinto and Marks Win Vans Surfing Pro Junior

Griffin Colapinto (US) and Caroline Marks (US) won the World Surf League (WSL) Vans US Open of Surfing Pro Junior in 2-3 foot waves at Huntington Beach Pier on Saturday, 1 August. Caption:… Continue reading

Rubber duck capsizes at Swartkops, 3 men rescued

Three men were rescued at Swartkops after their rubber duck capsized in 2-3 metre swell at Swartkops River Mouth yesterday morning, 1 August 2015. One man was assisted out of the water by… Continue reading