Monthly Archive: November, 2015

Body of missing Strand fisherman found today

The body of a fisherman, missing after a boat capsized last night at Gordons Bay, was found today trapped in lines under a hull. During an ongoing search operation for the man the… Continue reading

Uitenhage cops catch house robbers in the act

Uitenhage SAPS surprised three alleged house robbers early yesterday morning while two were allegedly assaulting the home owner and third was allegedly stealing valuables. At 2:00 am on 28 November, a concerned neighbor… Continue reading

SFB home owners asked to pay for repairs to the town

  By Bev Mortimer St Francis Bay property owners are being asked to make a voluntary payment equivalent to existing rates on their respective properties to the SFB Ratepayers Association Infrastructure Fund.   These… Continue reading

25 men rescued after crayfish boat sinks off PE

The rescue team – Photo: NSRI All 25 crew members on board the cray fish boat Baratz which sank off Port Elizabeth this evening have been safely rescued. The crew that abandoned ship… Continue reading

Four men rescued after boat capsizes at Richards Bay

Four men were saved after their ski-boat apparently capsized by a wave 6 kms from Richards Bay Port  today, 26 November,. A member of the public in his boat rescued one of the… Continue reading

JBay police woman and her husband shot dead

A 36 year-old Jeffreys Bay police woman was found shot dead early this morning, 26 November, at her house after apparently having a heated argument with her security guard husband. Jeffreys Bay police… Continue reading

Eskom partners with Agence Française de Développement and Electricité de France

 Breaking… Eskom and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) today, 23 November,  signed a €150 million (R2.3 billion) credit facility agreement which will go towards financing Eskom’s Distribution Projects in the KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern… Continue reading

SA companies to benefit from nuclear build – 80% locally sourced

South African construction and industries will benefit hugely from the nuclear build program, which Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (NECSA) has confirmed will go ahead. Last week, NECSA CEO Phumzile Tshelane told… Continue reading

Cops find 144 possibly stolen sheep in truck

The SAP Police confiscated 144 sheep valued at R187 200 on the route from Somerset East to Despatch.  The suspect will appear in the Uitenhage Magistrate’s Court today, 23 November 2015. The arrest… Continue reading

50 year-old arrested for rape of two Patensie boys

A 50-year-old man arrested for the rape of two boys, aged 11, over a period of time in Patensie, Eastern Cape, appeared in Hankey Magistrate’s Court on 13 November. The man is linked… Continue reading