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The first of the Hermanus First Fridays Artwalk for 2019 was held on Friday 4 January from 5 pm in Hermanus CBD...

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Cricket fans, take note: five key moments for SA in 2019 Cricket fans, take note: five key moments for SA in 2019Date: 14/01/2019

Get out your diaries, stand by your calendars — here are five key moments to track in SA cricket in 2019:...

Art The First Hermanus First Fridays Artwalk Art The First Hermanus First Fridays ArtwalkDate: 09/01/2019

The first of the Hermanus First Fridays Artwalk for 2019 was held on Friday 4 January from 5 pm in Hermanus CBD...

It’s election year, so expect a wild ride It’s election year, so expect a wild rideDate: 09/01/2019

If volatility is your thing, 2019 could be a great year. All the elements for a roller coaster ride are in place: an election...

Can Boks buck run of bad luck and rise up to win world cup? Can Boks buck run of bad luck and rise up to win world cup?Date: 09/01/2019

The question many South Africans will be asking after a year in which the Springboks took one step forward and one step back...

SAA secures R3.5bn loan to keep operating until March SAA secures R3.5bn loan to keep operating until MarchDate: 09/01/2019

South Africans Airways says it has secured the R3.5bn loan it needed to keep operating until the end of the financial year...

Oil climbs for seventh day as trade talks fuel demand optimism Oil climbs for seventh day as trade talks fuel demand optimismDate: 09/01/2019

Oil rallied for a seventh day as US negotiators touted progress in trade talks with China and investors gained faith that OPEC...

Record set at fishing league Record set at fishing leagueDate: 08/01/2019

Legendary Hermanus fisherman Eugene le Roux won the 2018 Walker Bay Ski Boat fishing league, against stiff competition...

Minimum wage, land top parly’s agenda this year Minimum wage, land top parly’s agenda this yearDate: 08/01/2019

About 6.4 million workers, many of whom constitute the most vulnerable and least-paid workers, are set to be affected in over...

D-Day for AFCON 2019 host announcement D-Day for AFCON 2019 host announcementDate: 08/01/2019

African Football's organisers CAF said on Monday it will announce on Tuesday whether Egypt or South Africa will stage 2019...

South Africa has more economic freedom than Italy, Greece South Africa has more economic freedom than Italy, GreeceDate: 08/01/2019

SA is the fourth most open and unrestricted economic environment in Africa, according to the 2018 Index of Economic Freedom...

Economic reform likely on hold until after election - Citadel economist Economic reform likely on hold until after election - Citadel economistDate: 08/01/2019

South African consumers face enormous headwinds in the form of a stubbornly high unemployment rate, VAT at 15% and interest...

Cycling for the love of life Cycling for the love of lifeDate: 07/01/2019

'n Dwaalgedagtes op 'n Fiets ('Wandering thoughts on a bicycle") Onrus resident Pieter Loots describes his extraordinary...

Let us not perish for lack of vision Let us not perish for lack of visionDate: 12/12/2018

More and more parts of the Hermanus suburb of Zwelihle are starting to resemble a refugee camp – and as is the case with...

Sending a conservation message through art Sending a conservation message through artDate: 11/12/2018

Conservation messages take many forms. We are all horrified by statistics of the numbers of rhinos killed by poachers every day...

Summit held to brief ward Committees Summit held to brief ward CommitteesDate: 10/12/2018

Public participation in affairs of local government is the bedrock of participatory democracy in South Africa...

Artwalkfor charity Artwalkfor charityDate: 07/12/2018

On the evening of 7 December, the Hermanus First Fridays (HFF) art galleries will again host Night of a Thousand Drawings....

Friends of Fynarts 2019 launched Friends of Fynarts 2019 launchedDate: 06/12/2018

Ticket sales for Hermanus FynArts from 8 June to 17 June this year reached a new record and were up by just over 8% on 2017...

A whale of a centre and awards to prove it A whale of a centre and awards to prove itDate: 05/12/2018

inning the overall Spectrum Award, as well as Best New Development Award at the 2018 Retail Design and Development Awards...

Jobs on the line as Chippa United continue restructuring of management Jobs on the line as Chippa United continue restructuring of managementDate: 05/12/2018

Peter Koutroulis is believed to be on his way out of Chippa United as technical director‚ following in the heels of coach Eric...

Banyana gear up for 2019 World Cup in France Banyana gear up for 2019 World Cup in FranceDate: 05/12/2018

Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana says the national women’s team will need thorough preparation to avoid just making...

Load shedding yet another challenge for SA Load shedding yet another challenge for SA's weak growth, say analystsDate: 05/12/2018

Statistics South Africa on Tuesday released third-quarter GDP figures, which reflects the growth of 2.2%. This effectively means..

Carbon tax will mean more trade, not less - Treasury Carbon tax will mean more trade, not less - TreasuryDate: 05/12/2018

The National Treasury says the carbon tax will not have a negative effect on trade but will help protect South African...

Quintessentially Qonya Quintessentially QonyaDate: 04/12/2018

There is something about Ayan-da Qonya's bold yet wearable designs that just makes you smile. "I believe that what you wear...

What does SPAR know about the environment? What does SPAR know about the environment?Date: 04/12/2018

Months of planning and dedication to the cause came to fruition today when SPAR Eastern Cape ambassador Sarah Ferguson released...

Mourinho aiming to stop rot as Man Utd season unravels Mourinho aiming to stop rot as Man Utd season unravelsDate: 04/12/2018

United Kingdom - Jose Mourinho needs to lift Manchester United's morale quickly as a deflating run of performances threatens...

Blitzboks unfazed by their poor start Blitzboks unfazed by their poor startDate: 04/12/2018

After their worst start in five years to an HSBC World Sevens campaign, the Blitzboks believe they are under less pressure...

State pension fund hit by R7.4bn in write-offs State pension fund hit by R7.4bn in write-offsDate: 04/12/2018

The fund had R7.4bn in impairments for the 2017/18 financial year, compared with R995m the previous year...

UPDATE: Eskom confirms stage 2 load shedding for Tuesday UPDATE: Eskom confirms stage 2 load shedding for TuesdayDate: 04/12/2018

Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe has confirmed that stage 2 load shedding will be implemented on Tuesday for 13 hours between...

Charities to benefit from night of 1000 drawings Charities to benefit from night of 1000 drawingsDate: 03/12/2018

Night of a Thousand Drawings, the charity event that will be hosted by the 19 Hermanus First Friday (HFF) Artwalk galleries...

International public Art Fest – Interested? International public Art Fest – Interested?Date: 03/12/2018

If you have a calling as an artist to produce public art and want exposure and admiration for your art, BAZ-ART is inviting...



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