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In the grip of winter In the grip of winterDate: 20/07/2017

Residents from Sedgefield to Plettenberg Bay woke up on Sunday with the mountains surrounding them capped with snow...

Nature’s Valley Trust research blog Nature’s Valley Trust research blog Date: 20/07/2017

The elasmobranch egg case project continues business as usual, and while we continue to progress smoothly there are no great...

The whales have arrived in Plett The whales have arrived in PlettDate: 20/07/2017

Reports from our marine safari companies are correct, the whales have most certainly arrived in Plett...

Abandoned babies shown love on Mandela Day Abandoned babies shown love on Mandela DayDate: 20/07/2017

he team from SVA International donated boxes of non-perishable supplies to Isithembiso Babies Home but came away with much more...

Free State stay on course at Craven Week tournament Free State stay on course at Craven Week tournamentDate: 20/07/2017

The Border teams were thrashed again while Free State showed the value of superior conditioning in the face of a ferocious...

US Open to break $50 million prize barrier US Open to break $50 million prize barrierDate: 20/07/2017

Prize money at this year's US Open will top $50 million (43.3 million euros), organisers confirmed Tuesday, once again making...

Zwane’s plan puts deals and growth on the line for SA mining Zwane’s plan puts deals and growth on the line for SA miningDate: 20/07/2017

Motive ‘is to circumvent deal’ he struck with the Chamber of Mines; mining lawyers label the decision ‘an irrational exercise...

SAP Skills for Africa launches in E.Africa SAP Skills for Africa launches in E.AfricaDate: 20/07/2017

The SAP Skills for Africa Programme has launched its first-ever East African initiative which will look to train...

Fires - a traumatic experience, but help is at hand Fires - a traumatic experience, but help is at handDate: 19/07/2017

After the devastating Garden Route fires, and being involved with affected folk daily, FAMSA shared this information regarding...

CX Country's two favourite radio stations  welcome their dynamic new presenter CX Country's two favourite radio stations welcome their dynamic new presenterDate: 19/07/2017

Earlier this month, second year Rhodes University student BEUGENE GREEN spent a ten day internship at Plett local commercial...

Commettee to rebuild Garden Route Commettee to rebuild Garden RouteDate: 19/07/2017

Since the Garden Route fires of June, many people and organisations have come to the aid of those affected and have initiated...

Guideline for care of land fynbos and dunes Guideline for care of land fynbos and dunesDate: 19/07/2017

Advice for landowners and those caring for land, for both small and large properties. It is focused on dunes but in principle...

Creating Digital Jobs Creating Digital JobsDate: 19/07/2017

A Durban tech team’s innovative mobile application, Spazapp, has now joined forces with the likes of big corporates Microsoft...

Australian Michael Matthews at the double for stage win Australian Michael Matthews at the double for stage winDate: 19/07/2017

Australian Michael Matthews won his second stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday and closed in on the green jersey held...

Former Bafana players do good for Mandela Former Bafana players do good for MandelaDate: 19/07/2017

South African Football Association (SAFA) officials and employees did their 67 minutes for Madiba by cleaning a facility...

Biodegradable plastic bags are coming soon to a compost heap near you Biodegradable plastic bags are coming soon to a compost heap near youDate: 19/07/2017

South Africans will soon be able to dispose of their plastic bags along with the rest of their waste without having to worry...

 Why SA must secure oil refining capacity - and how it must be done Why SA must secure oil refining capacity - and how it must be doneDate: 19/07/2017

If South Africa wants to build a new oil refinery, it will need to make sure it is in the right location and that it will...

Update on Drowning (SAMJ July 2017) Update on Drowning (SAMJ July 2017)Date: 18/07/2017

Impacting drowning fatality in South Africa will require broad based collaboration on prevention across civil society...

Quintana disagrees with father over Tour fatigue Quintana disagrees with father over Tour fatigueDate: 18/07/2017

Tour de France hopeful Nairo Quintana sprung to the defence of his Movistar team on Monday after his father blasted the Spanish...

Focus on reconciliation, non-racialism on Mandela Day Focus on reconciliation, non-racialism on Mandela DayDate: 18/07/2017

Part of the celebrations will be held at the Nelson Mandela Museum in the city, while a colloquium on the legacies of OR Tambo...

Bowlers put SA in sight of victory Bowlers put SA in sight of victoryDate: 18/07/2017

Vernon Philander and Chris Morris took two wickets apiece as South Africa closed in on a crushing and series-levelling...

100% black-owned strawberry farm in KZN a success story 100% black-owned strawberry farm in KZN a success storyDate: 18/07/2017

Deputy Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries General Bheki Cele has visited the farm at Umhlali Cappeny Estate...

70% of S Africa working population do not have wills 70% of S Africa working population do not have willsDate: 18/07/2017

The latest figures released by the masters of the court have revealed that more than 70% of the South African working...

A hearty helping of Delicious Film and Compelling Food A hearty helping of Delicious Film and Compelling Food Date: 17/07/2017

Plett Tourism’s 4th edition of Plett Food & Film screened the last item on the Main Menu, Casablanca, on Wednesday night to 100 gu

Getting ready for Mandela day? Getting ready for Mandela day?Date: 17/07/2017

Volunteering is an incredible experience – making an impact in our communities and in our country, was the call to action...

Hungarian out-paddles locals for Berg River Marathon win Hungarian out-paddles locals for Berg River Marathon winDate: 17/07/2017

Adrián Boros of Hungary led from start to finish to win the Berg River Canoe Marathon on Saturday and become the first...

SA’s under 18 athletes excel at Youth Games SA’s under 18 athletes excel at Youth GamesDate: 17/07/2017

South Africa's U18 Athletes at the World Championships recorded the country's best ever performance at the Youth Games since...

Auditor rotation tops PIC’s list of governance issues Auditor rotation tops PIC’s list of governance issuesDate: 17/07/2017

Mandatory rotation of auditors is now at the top of the Public Investment Corporation’s hit list of corporate governance issues...

Eskom refutes allegations that it is ‘broke’ Eskom refutes allegations that it is ‘broke’Date: 17/07/2017

Electricity parastatal Eskom on Sunday denied media reports that the state-owned company (SOC) was facing a cash crisis...

Plett winter fest offerings growing in stature Plett winter fest offerings growing in statureDate: 14/07/2017

Over the past week, Plettenberg Bay hosted its fourth Plett Food & Film Festival with world-class food, wine, films and other



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