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Monthly Archive: October, 2015

Humansdorp woman arrested for dumping her baby

A 31-year-old woman was arrested shortly after dumping her three day-old child on the side of the road next to the N2 near Jeffreys Bay this week The Humansdorp Cluster Commander Brig Neil… Continue reading

SFBRA letter to the community – report back

Letter from the St Francis Bay Residents’ Association tot he St Francis community Hi Folks                                    … Continue reading

Manhunt for presidential guard’s killers

Police have launched a manhunt fir the killers of Sergeant Mzwakhe John Magwaza  who was murdered in the early hours of Sunday morning, 25 October 2015, at eNtumeni, Eshowe in KwaZulu-Natal,    Magwaza, who was… Continue reading

One boat sinks, one washed onto rocks, 10 men rescued

 Ten fishermen were rescued at Die Poort, Arniston, yesterday afternoon before one boat sank and another washed ashore onto rocks. A local speed boat Dor-Jaq rescued the men, five from each of the… Continue reading

PE cops nab two trucks with big dagga hauls

 Last night, 25 October, members of the PE Flying Squad discovered 8,5 kg of dagga stashed between furniture and an undisclosed of cash on a truck travelling on the N2 to Grahamstown, plus… Continue reading

Thornhill cops seize two firearms

The Thornhill SAPS in the Eastern Cape early this morning, 26 October, seized two firearms from a motorist who was pulled off the road under the influence of liquor.  Photograph attached of the… Continue reading

Shark attack at Still Bay – update

  Still Bay resident Stuart Anderson is in a stable condition, recovering in a George hospital following surgery after being bitten by a shark while surfing at Morris Reef yesterday, 25 October. Local… Continue reading

Surfer bitten by shark at Still Bay

Photo by NSRI if of surfer being airlifted to hospital . A surfer at Morris Reef, Still Bay, was attacked by a suspected White shark this afternoon, 25 October. The 42 year-old man,… Continue reading

Two British tourists found drowned at Plett

The bodies of two British tourists were recovered from the surf at Plettenberg Bay yesterday, 22 October,  a man and woman suspected to have drowned in bad sea conditions.. The bodies of a… Continue reading

Zero increase in university fees in 2016

President Jacob Zuma announced  this afternoon,, 23 October,  that there will be a zero increase in university fees in 2016. Addressing the nation from a press room at the Union Buildings at the… Continue reading

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