Monthly Archive: April, 2016

Huge crime bust in Uitenhage SAPS Cluster

Police arrested 110 suspects in Uitenhage Cluster this past weekend in a massive crime bust. The arrests were part of crime prevention operations from 6 pm on  8 April until 6 am on… Continue reading

Some Kouga residents not registered in Wards where they live

Some St Francis Bay residents were non-surplussed, others dismayed to find they  their  names were not on the voters’ roll where they reside, when they went to check at the polling station  this  past weekend.… Continue reading

Boat capsizes at Kromme River Mouth, couple safe

A local St Francis Bay husband and wife had a good escape today when their cabin boat capsized at the Kromme River mouth. It appears that while negotiating the mouth the boat propeller… Continue reading

Five arrested for theft of Eskom electricity equipment

Five people were arrested in connection with the theft and illegal sale of three brand new Eskom transformers in Gauteng’s West Rand valued at R200 000. Three of the suspects are Eskom employees… Continue reading

Armed robbery: policeman wounded at Kareedouw

Four armed suspects allegedly overpowered two employees at a petrol station in Kareedouw in the Eastern Cape, wounded a policeman and fled with cash and jewellery. According to :t Gerda Swart of  SAP Communications Uitenhage,… Continue reading

SA’s nuclear prcurement process is not on hold

The Department of Energy has refuted claims that South Africa’s nuclear procurement process has been stalled indefinitely. The department says it has noted that a member of the opposition in the Portfolio Committee… Continue reading

Damaged yacht arrives at St Francis Bay

Edited by Bev Mortimer A damaged yacht is on standby today outside St Francis Bay’s private port in the Eastern Cape  waiting for high tide today to enable it to enter the port.… Continue reading