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High speed chase after shoplifting in St Francis

Article by Bev Mortimer Four alleged shoplifters were arrested after a high-speed chase yesterday on the N2 yesterday, 29 July, following a shoplifting incident at Tops store in St Francis Bay. The suspects… Continue reading

Breaking… SA’s Bianca in Semi-finals Surfing at Tokyo 2020

By Bev Mortimer South Africa’s woman surfer,  Bianca Buitendag from Victoria Bay, is through to the Semi-Finals in the Japan Olympics 2020  following her second win in this prestigious world event by defeating… Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Nelson Mandela!

St Francis Chronicle wishes everyone everywhere a Happy International Mandela Day!

Vote for ‘St Francis’ to be chosen as the South African ‘Town of the Year’

Vote for St Francis… The town in South Africa that gets the most number of Smses will be declared the National South African ‘Town of the Year’ winner. Please vote from today (… Continue reading

News Flash!! Man bitten by shark at JBay this morning

Article by Bev Mortimer The NSRI has announced that a 38 year-old man was bitten by a shark at the Point Jeffreys Bay this morning, 14 July, at 7.7 am. The 38 year-old… Continue reading

Vote for ‘St Francis to be the SA ‘Town of the Year’

Vote for St Francis… The town in South Africa that gets the most number of Smses will be declared the National South African ‘Town of the Year’ winner. Please vote from today and… Continue reading

St Francis is not a Covid ‘hot spot’

The St Francis area is not a Covid ‘hot spot’!! By Bev Mortimer A current social media page post, which was then shared in local groups, announcing that the St Francis area is… Continue reading

The new Kromme River Mouth

Two men arrested in third abalone bust

–Edited by Bev Mortimer The SAPS arrested two men in St Francis early this morning in possession of R28k worth of abalone. It is apparent that abalone poachers are targeting St Francis as… Continue reading

New public partner for SAA

The South African Cabinet has agreed for the SA government to own 49% of South African Airways (SAA) and for Takatso Consortium to hold 51% of SAA.  This was announced today by Public… Continue reading