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Welcome to St Francis Chronicle,  St Francis Bay’s  24/7 ‘Daily News Online’ News Agency.

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St Francis Chronicle is a news publication bringing you the top and most informative local news daily, hourly and up to the minute online, if necessary,  24/7 online or in the increasingly popular free tabloid community newspaper that is printed monthly.

Read  St Francis news today and 24/7. Find out what’s on in the St Francis towns of St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis 24/7 –  reliable and verifiable local news and news of interest to all St Francis Chronicle readers –  near and far,  in South Africa and abroad.

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St Francis Chronicle is the only fully-fledged St Francis community newspaper in the St Francis area of St Francis Bay.  This award-winning local newspaper, St Francis Chronicle is also one of the Eastern Cape’s only free, independent tabloid newspapers. It is your best source for local news and news of surrounding areas of keen interest to St Francs readers and owners of holiday homes here

Now in its 13th year of publication, St Francis Chronicle is published in St Francis Bay but is distributed widely – in St Francis Bay, Cape St Francis, Oyster Bay, Humansdorp, Jeffreys Bay and in parts of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape. Plus it’s sent to a growing subscriber base of South Africans who live elsewhere in Southern Africa, in Botswana and Zimbabwe and overseas, who have holiday homes here and who wish to keep up to date with what is happening in the St Francis area.

And that is not all – the entire print edition is posted here online for readers country-wide and worldwide to read. So advertisers get extra readers through the online edition at no extra charge.

As we have done in our print editions for almost 10 years we have followed suit online by being a ‘chronicle of events’ as they happen in St Francis Bay and surrounds.

Some news just cannot wait till the next monthly edition so we were asked to publish more news and more often …

And in case you were wondering about the value of an online service… our venture has proved to be a highly successful move…

After less than a month of operation we had just under 2000 hits on one day – on 8 July) when we continuously, throughout the day, covered the breaking up of the Sand River bridge following heavy rains and floodwaters. Our news and pics were even published on other websites including a major national news website the same day.

You are welcome to submit news and photos for publication on this site or in the monthly print edition – any news that you want everyone to know about right now – whether it’s a sewing club , a pet lost or found, a stolen laptop or another bridge gone down, contact us. We strive to be first with the news and to always be the best source of news in order to keep you continually updated in any situation, emergency and crisis, in good times and in bad – so we value your input, your tip-offs, phone calls , smses and emails, messages on FB etc.

We bring you the news. We love to serve.

All articles written, all photos taken, plus all adverts designed, by the Editor and printed in the St Francis Chronicle are protected by Copyright.  Reproduction or copying of any part of the contents of this newspaper and its concept and design can only be done with the Editor’s written permission.

Contributors: B. Mortimer; M. Mortimer.

sfc at stfrancisc dot co dot za

or stfrancischronicle@gmail.com

Although this is the daily ‘News Online’ site for St Francis Chronicle, you can also read the latest monthly, printed editions once a month. Monthly printed editions of the tabloid are available in select stores and shops or outlets in St Francis, Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp and Port Elizabeth.

Read the entire monthly print editions online at:

stfrancischronicle.com

 

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12 Comments

  1. Kayleigh Tuck says:

    Hello… cpould u please pass a huge thank you to the gentleman that found our border collie, casey at St Francis on New Years Day. Shen went missing from Kromme River, about 3 kilometres from the bridge on the left side of the river. She disappeared around midnite, with the huge crackers and fire works, she is very sensitive and hates alot of noise. We combed the whole area around Kromme and the river, but no Casey.. We took a drive into St Francis Bay, driving around but never thought she would go that far, we later went to the Viking bakery and asked the owner and he said that a gentleman had picked up a border collie….. he gave us directions to his home and just before we arrived at the house, a car stopped us and asked if we were looking for a dog…. and there she was, exhausted, sore and thirty…. please say a huge thank you to the gentleman, never got his name, so thankful to have Casey back with us, she must have run over 10km to where the man found her. her paws are sore, she has sores under the found legs where she must have gone through fences and through bushes. Mandy thanks once again

    Kayleigh Tuck (17) from Uitenhage

  2. Frank Smith says:

    how do I post a wedding story with picture to you?

    1. sfchronicle says:

      Please email it to m: stfrancisc at yahoo dot co dot uk

  3. Francois says:

    Could you please e-mail me the e-mail address and name of the editor of the St Francis Chronicle? I want to send him/her a letter please

    kind regards

  4. J Engelbrecht says:

    Hi please send me a address to reach the person writing these articles and FACTS???!!!!

  5. Shadley Nash says:

    I would like do an interview with the editor regarding the fires. Please send me a contact number to news@algoafm.co.za or call 041 583 1542
    Regards Shadley Nash – News Eds

  6. mira says:

    modern norwegian holiday house in wavecrest jbay
    fully furnished
    main ensuite with private balcony
    2/3/4 bedroom share full bathroom private balcony
    ensuite bedroom downstairs walks onto pool area / braai / lovely deck looks onto nature park area
    huge open plan kitchen lounge dine area / fire place
    cinema with bar and gas braai
    gas stove / separate wash up area / outdoor shower
    double garage
    huge enclosed garden
    300m walk to famous surfer’s point
    monthly rental : R25 000-00
    cell. 0719196920

    1. 3taz9exz says:

      Anyone who pays a R25,000 monthly rent for a house must really go and see Dr. Phil sometime! On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 10:56 AM, St Francis Chronicle wrote:

      > ** > mira commented: “modern norwegian holiday house in wavecrest jbay fully > furnished main ensuite with private balcony 2/3/4 bedroom share full > bathroom private balcony ensuite bedroom downstairs walks onto pool area / > braai / lovely deck looks onto nature park area hu” >

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