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New play park set for installation

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Quick response prevents robbery in Jeffreys Bay Quick response prevents robbery in Jeffreys BayDate: 13/07/2020

Business owners along St Croix Street have praised local armed response officers for their quick response, which led to the...

West Indies beat England to take series lead West Indies beat England to take series leadDate: 13/07/2020

Jermaine Blackwood made a superb 95 as the West Indies beat England by four wickets in the first Test at Southampton on Sunday...

Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19 Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19Date: 13/07/2020

South Africa has introduced new restrictions, including another ban on alcohol sales, to help contain the spread of coronavirus...

SA ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela dies SA ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela diesDate: 13/07/2020

SA’s ambassador to Denmark, Zindzi Mandela, has died, a close family member has confirmed...

City Power backtracks on shock prepaid charge (again) City Power backtracks on shock prepaid charge (again)Date: 13/07/2020

The City of Johannesburg has backtracked on a contentious R200 per month capacity charge for all residential prepaid...

New play park set for installation New play park set for installationDate: 10/07/2020

Kouga Speaker, Hattingh Bornman, said the park, to be erected in C-Place, will be the first of 19 play parks funded through...

Kouga Municipality launches online portal for building plans Kouga Municipality launches online portal for building plansDate: 09/07/2020

Kouga has become one of the first municipalities in the Eastern Cape to launch a virtual portal for the submission of building...

South Africans knitted thousands of scarves to leave in public places for those in need South Africans knitted thousands of scarves to leave in public places for those in needDate: 09/07/2020

Because even in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Carolyn Steyn and her KnitWits have been hard at work making sure the...

Overseas players should be available if the Springboks get to play Test rugby later this year Overseas players should be available if the Springboks get to play Test rugby later this yearDate: 09/07/2020

If, and this is a considerable ‘if’, the Springboks get to play Test rugby later this year, they should have their overseas...

Total will continue with its exploration in offshore SA Total will continue with its exploration in offshore SADate: 09/07/2020

The leopard, or rather the Luiperd-1, is the next well that will be drilled 175km off the southern coast of South Africa by French

Chelsea cling on to win five-goal thriller, Leicester City held at Arsenal Chelsea cling on to win five-goal thriller, Leicester City held at ArsenalDate: 08/07/2020

Chelsea moved up to third in the Premier League table after holding out to win a 3-2 thriller at Crystal Palace, while...

‘Reckless’ and ‘irregular’ new hires at nuclear plant during lockdown ‘Reckless’ and ‘irregular’ new hires at nuclear plant during lockdownDate: 08/07/2020

Nuclear Energy Company of SA (Necsa) seems to be getting back on its feet after the appointment of Dave Nicholls as chair...

Outa takes Sanral to court Outa takes Sanral to courtDate: 08/07/2020

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) suspects long-distance toll concessionaires may be making excessive profits and...

Water Drive for Hankey and Patensie Water Drive for Hankey and PatensieDate: 06/07/2020

In addition, the annual dry period – when the water supply is shut down for essential maintenance to the canal system...

Africa’s first cannabis academy launches its online courses Africa’s first cannabis academy launches its online coursesDate: 06/07/2020

The burgeoning legal cannabis industry is tipped to hold much promise for South Africa, not least in the form of jobs...

Mercedes’ Bottas wins season-opening GP in Austria Mercedes’ Bottas wins season-opening GP in AustriaDate: 06/07/2020

Finland’s Valtteri Bottas drove his Mercedes to victory in the coronavirus-delayed season-opening Formula One Grand Prix in...

De Kock named SA Cricketer of the Year De Kock named SA Cricketer of the YearDate: 06/07/2020

Limited-overs captain Quinton de Kock was on Saturday named South Africa’s men’s Cricketer of the Year for the second time...

Covid-19: Salary cuts and tax impact Covid-19: Salary cuts and tax impactDate: 06/07/2020

Unlike public sector entities, most private sector companies have been forced to reduce their salary bills in order to keep...

Get ready for an August peak in stock prices Get ready for an August peak in stock pricesDate: 06/07/2020

The coronavirus crash and rebound have stumped many professional fund managers, with some suggesting it is the so-called...

Buffs to help keep learners safe from Covid-19 Buffs to help keep learners safe from Covid-19Date: 03/07/2020

Kouga Municipality is helping to look after the health of staff and learners at Jeffreys Bay Comprehensive High School...

Council approves municipal budget for 2020/21 Council approves municipal budget for 2020/21Date: 02/07/2020

KOUGA Municipality’s budget for the new financial year was unanimously approved by the Council during a virtual meeting...

Hoteliers plead for Covid-19 business interruption insurance payouts Hoteliers plead for Covid-19 business interruption insurance payoutsDate: 02/07/2020

Battle lines have been drawn in a David and Goliath clash between distressed tourism and hospitality businesses and insurance...

Oceanography student serves on the front lines Oceanography student serves on the front linesDate: 01/07/2020

FINAL year BSc (Biology) student at Nelson Mandela University (NMU), Margaretha Burger, has set her sights on completing...

Encouraging figures for recycling of SA’s plastic bottles Encouraging figures for recycling of SA’s plastic bottlesDate: 01/07/2020

New statistics show that 62% of all PET plastic beverage bottles produced in the country in 2019 were collected for recycling...

Border and health restrictions delay return of Sunshine Tour Border and health restrictions delay return of Sunshine TourDate: 01/07/2020

Though the Sunshine Tour has yet to announce its schedule for the 2020/21 season, tour commissioner Selwyn Nathan...

Tax season changes taxpayers should take note of Tax season changes taxpayers should take note ofDate: 01/07/2020

Taxpayers who aren’t sure whether their auto-assessed tax return is accurate should get advice from a registered tax...

Tobacco wars: behind the scenes of Batsa’s urgent court application Tobacco wars: behind the scenes of Batsa’s urgent court applicationDate: 01/07/2020

The urgent application brought by British American Tobacco South Africa (Batsa) to have a ban on the sale of tobacco products...

Clearing a career path for women Clearing a career path for womenDate: 30/06/2020

She passed her test to operate a tractor loader backhoe, commonly known as a TLB, in May and will now be handling one of these...

Sri Lanka probes allegations 2011 World Cup final was fixed Sri Lanka probes allegations 2011 World Cup final was fixedDate: 30/06/2020

Sri Lanka has ordered a criminal probe into allegations the 2011 cricket World Cup final was “sold” to India, officials said...

Mercedes change to black cars in antiracism stand Mercedes change to black cars in antiracism standDate: 30/06/2020

Formula One champions Mercedes unveiled black-liveried cars for the 2020 season on Monday as part of a public pledge...



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