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Overstrand is runner-up in national arbor competition

Mbombela (Nelspruit), Mpumalanga, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) announced the winners of its annual Arbor City Awards. This competition, sponsored by TOTAL SA and jointly hosted by the DAFF and the Institute for Environment and Recreation Management (IERM), aims to recognise municipalities that are doing their best to green their surroundings and […]

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Local author shares his love of animals Local author shares his love of animalsDate: 20/09/2018

Freelance journalist and author David Muirhead, who has lived in Vermont with his wife Marie for the past six years...

Bouchard Finlayson Joins the #tastesunshine Initiative on Heritage Day Bouchard Finlayson Joins the #tastesunshine Initiative on Heritage DayDate: 19/09/2018

Bouchard Finlayson has joined the wine.co.za initiative to encourage South Africans around the world to ‘open up a bottle...

A feast of conservation talks at Flower Show A feast of conservation talks at Flower ShowDate: 19/09/2018

The Annual Herrnanus Flower Festival is rapidly approaching and Botanical Society members have outdone themselves to make...

Britz To Draw On European Experience At World Cycling Champs Britz To Draw On European Experience At World Cycling ChampsDate: 18/09/2018

Promising South African cyclist Azulde Britz will hope to put the experience she recently gained racing in Europe to good...

Cape Town Lifesavers Dominate At The Torpedo SwimRun Wild Cape Town Lifesavers Dominate At The Torpedo SwimRun WildDate: 18/09/2018

Torpedo SwimRun Wild took place over two days in the Wilderness area over the weekend, with a 6km prologue on Friday and a 26km...

How 5 economists would kickstart SA How 5 economists would kickstart SA's economyDate: 18/09/2018

Cabinet's economic stimulus package is set to be released shortly, with the hope of giving SA's economy a much-needed boost...

EXCLUSIVE: Cronin lifts veil on new draft expropriation law EXCLUSIVE: Cronin lifts veil on new draft expropriation lawDate: 18/09/2018

A new expropriation bill, set to be tabled in Parliament in the next two months, will set out a clear procedure for land...

Proud of our Service Heroes Proud of our Service HeroesDate: 17/09/2018

The Hermanus Business Chamber is proud of its Committee members who are finalists in the Service Hero competition...

Whale Festival upon us again Whale Festival upon us againDate: 17/09/2018

The Hermanus Whale Festival is the only eco-marine festival on the whale coast with whales as the primary focus...

Flying for the 1st time, children that is Flying for the 1st time, children that isDate: 17/09/2018

Hundreds of underprivileged children were given the opportunity to fly for the first time today, thanks to The Children’s...

Lewis Hamilton opens gap on Vettel Lewis Hamilton opens gap on VettelDate: 17/09/2018

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton eased to victory from pole position at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday as the Mercedes driver...

DA demands details of R370bn Chinese loan, warns of DA demands details of R370bn Chinese loan, warns of 'debt trapDate: 17/09/2018

The Democratic Alliance says it will demand full details about an R370bn loan allegedly negotiated by President Cyril Ramaphosa...

What fuel What fuel's vicious cycle means for South AfricaDate: 17/09/2018

South Africa finds itself caught in an almost perfect storm on two major interconnected issues – a substantially weaker...

Two bright new stars in the Visual Arts firmament Two bright new stars in the Visual Arts firmamentDate: 13/09/2018

Something to be proud of Two Grade 7 pupils from Zwelihle Primary. Tadewanashe Dzenga and Siposethu Ntetha returned from...

Steyn salutes Anderson’s fast-bowling milestone Steyn salutes Anderson’s fast-bowling milestoneDate: 13/09/2018

To quote Mohammed Shami’s middle-stump nine balls after the last drinks interval at The Oval on Tuesday: "Clunk...

Bok coach Erasmus says the time for experimenting is over Bok coach Erasmus says the time for experimenting is overDate: 13/09/2018

Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus has confirmed that he will stop experimenting with the team at the end of the current Rugby...

Leave emotions aside, use land reform for tourism benefit - Thebe Tourism CEO Leave emotions aside, use land reform for tourism benefit - Thebe Tourism CEODate: 13/09/2018

Take emotions out of the land debate and rather look at how fallow land can be turned into tourist destinations to benefit...

State pension fund may shift billions offshore as SA slides State pension fund may shift billions offshore as SA slidesDate: 13/09/2018

GEPF wants to be less dependent on the local market, looks to offshore investment to boost returns...

September 15 “World Clean-up Day” Are you a ‘litter’ hood, or will you pick up litter in your ‘hood’? September 15 “World Clean-up Day” Are you a ‘litter’ hood, or will you pick up litter in your ‘hood’?Date: 12/09/2018

Following the success* of Africa’s Biggest Cleanup, the Shoprite Group will again stage cleanup events across Africa on World...

Kenya’s Kipchoge Eyes Marathon World Record In Berlin On Sunday Kenya’s Kipchoge Eyes Marathon World Record In Berlin On SundayDate: 12/09/2018

Kenya’s Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge leaves for Berlin on Tuesday, with his sights trained on running his best ever...

SA macro-economic outlook SA macro-economic outlook 'bleak' amid brain drain, land reform worriesDate: 12/09/2018

The long-term macroeconomic outlook for South Africa is looking bleak, according to property economist Erwin Rode, CEO of Rode...

Parliament to debate recession, fuel price hikes Parliament to debate recession, fuel price hikesDate: 12/09/2018

Last week Stats SA announced that SA had slipped into a technical recession - defined as two successive quarters of negative...

21 Days for the Ocean 21 Days for the OceanDate: 11/09/2018

For the past five years, White Shark Projects has hosted a blue initiative called 21 Days for the Ocean. The objective of this...

'Cash heists won't end because of colluding cops,' says victimDate: 11/09/2018

While police may claim they are winning the war on cash-in-transit heists‚ a security guard who almost lost his life in a heist...

Province hatch a plan to blunt Dayimani threat Province hatch a plan to blunt Dayimani threatDate: 11/09/2018

Western Province will work hard to limit Golden Lions star loose forward Hacjivah Dayimani’s time and space when the sides meet...

Game farmers and national parks count heavy cost of drought Game farmers and national parks count heavy cost of droughtDate: 11/09/2018

In the Kruger National Park, it killed off a quarter of the park’s buffalo population‚ nearly half the hippos and up to 40%...

Ramaphosa to answer questions on China loans, land expropriation in Parliament Ramaphosa to answer questions on China loans, land expropriation in ParliamentDate: 11/09/2018

President Cyril Ramaphosa will have the opportunity to provide more details around a R33.4bn Chinese state-owned bank loan...

Save by booking early for Summer Music Colour Run Save by booking early for Summer Music Colour RunDate: 10/09/2018

The Summer Music Colour Run series will celebrate its fifth birthday at the end of 2018 when the coastal resort towns...

Female Farmers Crack it! Female Farmers Crack it!Date: 10/09/2018

INMED Partnerships for Children and INMED South Africa are pleased to announce that project beneficiary Pella Food Garden...



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