St Francis Chronicle April/ Easter 2014 edition is now online

To all readers not living in Kouga or Port Elizabeth: The April 2014 and Easter edition of St Francis Chronicle has now been uploaded online for the benefit of all our readers countrywide… Continue reading

NSRI St Francis Bay tows boat in difficulty to safety

A rubber duck with two men on board that had a motor failure was towed safely to shore yesterday by St Francis Bay NSRI volunteer duty crew. Marc May, NSRI St Francis Bay… Continue reading

Fisherman bitten by shark in Port Alfred today

A fisherman was bitten by a shark on his left knee, ankle, shin and hand while fishing from Port Alfred’s beach this morning, 12 April 2014.  The 42 year old,  Lionel McDougall, from… Continue reading

Winner of U20s gets wild card into WCT Trial

The winner of the U20 Boy’s Division in the RVCA Junior Challenge will receive a slot into the JBU Supertrials event presented by RVCA. The JBU Supertrials has a waiting period of the… Continue reading

St Francis Bay man missing in Kromme River

A 26 year-old St Francis Bay man is missing in the Kromme River after a canoe capsized yesterday evening. The incident happened about 10kms up the river according to Marc May, station commander… Continue reading

SABC is looking for One-Day leaders

Great leaders are defined by their passion, their persistence and their courage to effect change. Anyone wishing tophone SABC about this or to get the forms:  they can phone 678 0706 or visit… Continue reading

Bahraini princes fly into Iron man – photos

Two Bahraini princes  arrived at Port Elizabeth airport last night amid tight security to participate in Sunday’s Iron Man contest in the city. Initially all bystanders were told that no photos would be… Continue reading

St Francis Bay’s first ‘left-handed’ pizza!

By Bev Mortimer A St Francis Bay restaurant has announced it is targeting the often forgotten, left-handed community of St Francis by adding a left-handed pizza to its menu from today, Tuesday, 1… Continue reading

SKA will change perceptions of Africa – Hanekom

 The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will make Africa a major contributor to technology. “With SKA things will definiteley change. Africa will no longer be a receiver,” Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom said today,… Continue reading

Man climbs through thatch roof above woman on toilet

A St Francis Bay woman in her 80s in Assisi Drive got the fright of her life this evening when she was sitting on the toilet in her bathroom and a pair of… Continue reading