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Knysna Plett Herald Articles
Enjoy a breath of fresh air on a walk in the Knysna Elephant Park Enjoy a breath of fresh air on a walk in the Knysna Elephant ParkDate: 03/08/2020

For over 4 months we have wondered if and when we would ever open our doors to guests again, but on 17 July 2020, we launched...

Update on the Coronavirus by Premier Alan Winde Update on the Coronavirus by Premier Alan WindeDate: 03/08/2020

On Friday, the Western Cape provincial parliament approved the 2020 budget adjustment, tabled by Finance and Economic...

Dr Evil bends knee to covid Dr Evil bends knee to covidDate: 30/07/2020

Yet another Plettenberg Bay sporting event, the highly anticipated Dr Evil Classic mountain bike race, has been postponed due...

Greenwood Bay College Alumni top achiever at UCT Greenwood Bay College Alumni top achiever at UCTDate: 29/07/2020

Lifa Sethosa was the top AS achiever at Greenwood Bay College (GBC) in his matric year...

4 months of lockdown how the Western Cape government has responded  4 months of lockdown how the Western Cape government has responded Date: 28/07/2020

In a media statement today, premier Alan Winde said that the Western Cape Government's responsibility during the past four...

Bitou municipality decontaminates waste transfer station Bitou municipality decontaminates waste transfer stationDate: 28/07/2020

Bitou Municipality is undertaking a sanitation process of its waste transfer station after it was closed due to a Covid-19...

Keurbooms River the focus of a new working group Keurbooms River the focus of a new working groupDate: 28/07/2020

The Keurbooms River Ecological Infrastructure Investment (EII) Working Group, comprising local and provincial stakeholders...

Anti crime app now in Plett Anti crime app now in PlettDate: 27/07/2020

In an effort to move away from "cumbersome" WhatsApp groups as a crime-fighting tool, and following in the footsteps of crime...

Plett Marine birds in full plight Plett Marine birds in full plightDate: 24/07/2020

With concerns over the fragility of the plover population in and around Plettenberg Bay growing by the day, conservation...

A rare find at Nature A rare find at Nature's ValleyDate: 20/07/2020

The team from Nature's Valley Trust last week laid eyes on a rare find after they were alerted to an ocean sunfish that had...

17 Covid 19 related deaths in district in 5 days 17 Covid 19 related deaths in district in 5 daysDate: 16/07/2020

From Saturday 10 July up until Tuesday 14 July, the Garden Route recorded 17 Covid-19 deaths. Six of these were in George and six

Premier Winde recoving well from Covid 19 Premier Winde recoving well from Covid 19Date: 16/07/2020

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde's condition has improved after he tested positive for Covid-19 last week...

Food supplies depleted Food supplies depletedDate: 16/07/2020

Bitou's centralised food relief initiative, Plett Volunteers, has enough funds left for only the next three weeks to continue...

Bitou Mayor ready for work after Covid 19 Bitou Mayor ready for work after Covid 19Date: 15/07/2020

Neighbourhood watches (NHW) who have been issued with the appropriate permit by the Department of Community Safety (DoCS)...

Neighbourhood watches may continue to patrol during curfew Neighbourhood watches may continue to patrol during curfewDate: 15/07/2020

Neighbourhood watches (NHW) who have been issued with the appropriate permit by the Department of Community Safety (DoCS) may...

Premier Winde asks for common sense regulations Premier Winde asks for common sense regulationsDate: 14/07/2020

In response to the new level 3 lockdown amendments, Western Cape Premier Alan Winde says his government has always...

Western Cape Covid-19 update Western Cape Covid-19 updateDate: 10/07/2020

As of 13:00 on 9 July, the Western Cape has 16 449 active cases of COVID-19, with a total of 74207 confirmed cases and 55 534...

Bitou Covid-19 response team reaches goal Bitou Covid-19 response team reaches goalDate: 09/07/2020

One of the Bitou Covid-19 response team's goals was to provide humanitarian relief to locals affected by the global pandemic...

Call for several Schools in Bitou to shut Call for several Schools in Bitou to shutDate: 06/07/2020

At least two schools in Plettenberg Bay are in the process of shutting down due to Covid-19 concerns...

Volunteers help curb crime in Plett Volunteers help curb crime in PlettDate: 03/07/2020

Volunteers have spent more than 150 hours patrolling the streets of Plettenberg Bay over the past two weeks in an attempt...

Covid 19 in Western Cape nearing the peak Covid 19 in Western Cape nearing the peakDate: 02/07/2020

The province is moving closer to the peak and the Department of Health is recording over 1 000 new cases daily. So said Western...

Covid 19 to peak then hopefully decline in July Covid 19 to peak then hopefully decline in JulyDate: 01/07/2020

The Western Cape records on average more than 60 Covid-19 deaths per day as the peak of the pandemic in the province...

Bitou Mayor tests positive for covid 19 Bitou Mayor tests positive for covid 19Date: 01/07/2020

“Last week, Thursday 25 June, I had terrible flu and decided to visit my doctor. I was taken for a Covid-19 test and ordered...

Garden Route health platform update Garden Route health platform updateDate: 29/06/2020

The latest Covid-19 update by the Western Cape Department of Health indicates a total of 20 COVID-19-related deaths in the...

Covid 19 Knysna nearing 150 cases bitou at 55 Covid 19 Knysna nearing 150 cases bitou at 55Date: 29/06/2020

Both the Knysna and Bitou subdistricts experienced an extended period of time during lockdown where neither of the two...

Two Plett grocery stores close for covid 19 sanitation Two Plett grocery stores close for covid 19 sanitationDate: 29/06/2020

Two Plettenberg Bay grocery chain stores were forced to close their doors for sanitation and screening of staff on Sunday 28...

Repeat rehab visitor heads back to sea Repeat rehab visitor heads back to seaDate: 26/06/2020

Not even lockdown could steal the joy of experiencing the sight of rehabilitated penguins waddling their way to freedom...

Conservation off to the field off to the field they go Conservation off to the field off to the field they goDate: 26/06/2020

The teams at Nature's Valley Trust conservation NPO are relieved after being granted permission to continue some of their...

Guess who Guess who's back, back againDate: 25/06/2020

Plettenberg Bay's coastline is teeming with life as the winter season signals the arrival of some of the ocean's larger...

Spend every cent allocated to housing cautions minister Spend every cent allocated to housing cautions ministerDate: 25/06/2020

Human Settlements MEC Tertius Simmers urged Bitou Municipality to spend "every cent" allocated to the area for housing...



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