Monthly Archive: June, 2019

NSRI St Francis Bay rescues surfer being swept out to sea

NSRI St Francis Bay today rescued a  22 year-old Cape Town woman surfer, who was being swept out to sea after being caught in rip currents. The surfer was caught in between two… Continue reading

The Herald printed its last newspaper yesterday – workers lose jobs

By Bev Mortimer St Francis Chronicle, community newspaper, was the last publication that The Port Elizabeth newspaper, The Herald, printed yesterday as The Herald has stopped printing newspapers – after 174 years!! The… Continue reading

Ramaphosa discusses reforms at Eskom

President Cyril Ramaphosa has met with members of the Eskom board at his Genadendal Residence in Cape Town to discuss reforms at Eskom The meeting, which took place after the State of the… Continue reading

Seven priorities to take SA forward announced by Ramaphosa

  – Link to full SONA address (see end) President Cyril Ramaphosa announced seven priorities that will fast track South Africa’s path to prosperity in the State of the Nation Address (SONA) in… Continue reading

SuperSpar Village Main opened its brand new doors today

  By Bev Mortimer Just when we thought that Spar Village Square building in St Francis Bay was one of the best in the Province, the new SuperSpar Village Main in Humansdorp has… Continue reading

NSRI St Francis Bay searches for boat missing in Tuna Classic

Yesterday morning, 8 June, NSRI St Francis Bay searched for the Buttcat fishing boat which was still at sea in rough conditions and not responding to communications. The Buttcat had been taking part… Continue reading

173 year-sentence applauded by Provincial Commissioner

“This case  must serve as a deterrent to perpetrators of such crimes as the SAPS regards the safety and security of the farming community as a priority,” EC Provincial Commissioner, Lt Gen Ntshinga,… Continue reading