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Two year-old child raped in St Francis Bay then dumped in bushes

A two year-old child was allegedly raped by a 58 year-old suspect then dumped in some bushes on Sunday, 12 August, in the Sea Vista suburb of the St Francis Bay seaside town… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle January 2017 print edition is now online

The January 2017 print edition of St Francis Chronicle is now available online for our readers countrywide in South Africa, for those in Southern Africa and for those across the globe. Click on… Continue reading

Petrol price increase yet again

The price of all grades of petrol and diesel will increase nnext Wednesday, 5 October 2016, the Department of Energy has announced. The department said based on current local and international factors the… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle September 2016 edition is now online

This free, community, print newspaper for St Francis, Kouga and Port Elizabeth readers has been placed online for the benefit of those readers living around Southern Africa or across the globe, who have… Continue reading

Thyspunt still the preferred site for nuclear-1 – latest EIA Report

Thyspunt is still the preferred site to build a nuclear power station This is the conclusion in the copious 702-page Revised Draft EIA Report Version 2 for the Eskom Nuclear Power Station and… Continue reading

St Francis Today news letter to be launched

A new News Letter for St Francis residents, home owners and lovers of the area far and wide will be launched daily from this week, from tomorrow. St Francis Chronicle, in collaboration with… Continue reading

St Francis Chronicle number of visitors, stats and highlights of the year 2012

The WordPress.com stats helpers prepared a 2012 annual report for  St Francis Chronicle’s online news site. Here’s an excerpt: About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 470,000 times… Continue reading

Festive season exposure in St Francis Chronicle

Multi-million rand mansion sold in St Francis Bay

One of St Francis Bay’s canal-fronting mansions has just made local real estate history as the second most expensive house ever to be sold in the picturesque village. Listed at R18.5-million, it was… Continue reading

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