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Friday Morning Edition

Good morning all,

This Edition is sponsored by Little Stint Self-Catering.


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My View

The controversy over the allocation of fishing rights has been handed to The Hawks.  SWD Eagles’ season threatens to turn into a nightmare.

Iran goes to the polls.  If Trump had to impeach himself – I wonder it the group-think libtard snowflakes would oppose that too?  

NMB Metro coalition under threat.  I hope the DA doesn’t bend over too far to save this one.  Hlaudi seriously does not want to be a gardener.  

Fewer South Africans want to start their own business – that’s really bad news and really worrying – onwards towards a nation of robots?

Leave Russel Domingo be – PLEASE – let’s resist the temptation to do the go-to thing and shoot ourselves in the foot.


Latest Local News

Probe into corruption claims in fishing rights

Pretoria – The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries says it will work with the Hawks to ensure that there is a proper investigation into the corruption allegations in the Fishing Rights Allocation Process (FRAP).

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ShowMe Knysna: Local News and Event Update 18 – 25 May 2017


Panic button on your phone Knysna-Plett Herald

Plettenberg Bay crime fighters are now using the Bull Horns Panic Button app in an attempt to keep locals safe and to more effectively respond to …

End of an era: Shirley Harker passes away gracefully on Mother’s Day CXpress

MOST all Bitou locals know the Harkers of Plettenberg Bay – in fact, the site of the town’s Harker graves has been declared a national monument.

Knysna CCTV: Criminals beware Knysna-Plett Herald

Ward 10 councillor and deputy mayor Peter Myer’s (right) hands a check of R315 000 to the Knysna CCTV Project chair, Mike Elliot. The money will be …

Third rogue-bus incident in Knysna Knysna-Plett Herald

KNYSNA NEWS – The African Express bus company has for the fourth time in nearly six years been involved in a serious incident, after the death of 14 …

Stress over sky-high rates rocket George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – George residents have until Wednesday next week (24 May) to react in … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.

La dolce vita at Bocca Dolce George Herald

GARDEN ROUTE NEWS – I wonder if residents of the Garden Route realise quite how lucky we are to live here, as we have such an amazing array of …

Vaccaro’s lioness awaits her cubs George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – Local artist, Roberto Vaccaro, who struck gold on the South African art … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.

Woman injured in crash on pass George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – Inclement weather last Friday morning led to a head-on collision in the … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.

Poisoned samosa found in garden George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – Resident Helga Krietsch posted the accompanying photograph of a samosa containing rat poison on Facebook on Saturday 13 …

Is this goodbye to Harold Basson? George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – The applications deadline for the director’s post of Civil Engineering at the George Municipality has come and gone, and word has it …

Update: Telkom service restored George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – Telkom client Christa Cruywagen is relieved that her Telkom service was … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.

South’s Athane joins George Municipality George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – The previous editor of South magazine, Athane Scholtz, has been … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’. AddThis …

Plants change colour overnight George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – The George Municipality (GM) recently treated pampas grass with … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.

Goodyear introduces all-terrain tyre George Herald

MOTORING NEWS – Goodyear has introduced the Wrangler All-Terrain … ‘We bring you the latest Garden Route, Klein Karoo, Hessequa news’.

François Ferreira Academy makes huge move George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – The renowned local chef school, François Ferreira Academy of Culinary … ‘We bring you the latest George, Garden Route news’.


Latest Local Sports News

The SWD U/20 team last night went down to the Saracens Academy with a final score of 7 – 47 in favour of Saracens, but the team played well and we look forward to the season with them.

Competitive De Villiers ready to shine at Zuurberg

Experienced stage racer Yolande de Villiers is ready to show her competitive side when she joins forces with Neill Ungerer to tackle the PwC Great Zuurberg Trek mountain bike race next week. 

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Rhythmic gymnasts showcase talents in America George Herald

GEORGE NEWS – Gymnasts of the Zest Rhythmic Gymnastic Club took part in the final round of the FPASA (Federation of Performing Arts of South …


International News

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Polls Open in First Iran Presidential Vote Since Atomic Deal

Tehran, Iran (AP) — Iranians began voting Friday in the country’s first presidential election since its nuclear deal with world powers, as incumbent Hassan Rouhani faced a staunch challenge from a hard-line opponent over his outreach to the wider world.

Pakistan Vs. China’s Grand Designs

The Muslim nation stands in the way of China’s “One Belt, One Road” dubbed plan for Chinese dominance and authoritarianism.

More than they bargained for? Israeli leaders gird for Trump visit

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has signaled that Trump is someone he can work with. But the president’s unpredictability and recent enthusiasm for the Mideast peace process could put Israel’s right-wing coalition in a tough spot.

In the eye of the storm, Donald Trump has good reason to worry

Washington: They’re just sitting there. It’s 2.20pm and there’s virtually no change in the political stories that have been headlining The Washington Post and The New York Times websites since late yesterday.

US academic groups oppose Trump’s visa-vetting plans

U.S. President Donald Trump listens to questions from the media as he meets with Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos (not pictured) in the Oval Office in Washington, DC, U.S.


National News

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‘Bullyboy’ Trollip angers Holomisa

Serious fissures have opened in the Nelson Mandela Bay coalition government, with the United Democratic Movement (UDM) threatening to pull out of its coalition with the Democratic Alliance.

Unburdening, Uncapturing: SACC and SACP take leadership while ANC dithers

With 36 member churches and organisations representing millions of Christians, the SA Council of Churches (SACC) is arguably the biggest organised formation in the country.

Now Hlaudi turns to Labour Court to stop hearing

Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, with his lawyer Zola Majavu, appeared before a disciplinary hearing on comments he made at a media briefing in Sandton.

Mbalula feels vindicated following court ruling on Ntlemeza

Ntlemeza will spend at least another two weeks at home before he gets another chance to argue why he should be permitted to return to work.


Business News

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Time up for timeshares? Watchdog calls public probe into SA’s ‘disgusting’ holiday club industry

Consumers allege that they can’t get bookings and are duped into signing up for lifetime contracts that can never be cancelled.

Why fewer South Africans want to start their own businesses

Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), the world’s foremost study of entrepreneurship, has released its 2016-2017 South Africa report, detailing the state of entrepreneurship in the country.

Costs to consider when investing in property

Purchasing an investment property can offer great financial rewards over the long term. However, it is important to bear in mind that when buying an investment home, there is more to consider financially than just the purchase price.


Sports News

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Khawaja, Head to captain Australia A in South Africa

Usman Khawaja will captain Australia A’s four-day team and Travis Head will lead the one-day side for a series of matches in South Africa in July and August.

South Africa star AB de Villiers: I’m no mercenary

AB de Villiers has defended his decision to put the Indian Premier League before Test cricket as South Africa began their tour knowing they must take on England in their four-match series without their best batsman.

Process to appoint Proteas coach begins

The Board of Directors of Cricket South Africa (CSA) approved the process to appoint the head coach of the Standard Bank Proteas at its meeting in Johannesburg.


Press Releases

Heating things up this winter, AUCOR announces its biggest auction road show across South Africa

(Johannesburg, 17 May) – Auction floors will be filled with eager buyers next week as AUCOR prepares to host a staggering 15 auctions around the country over one week from the 20th to the 27th of May. 

SAMA 23 Record of the Year Award’s Top 10 to be announced on Live Amp

The race for the SAMA 23 Record of the Year Award has hit the home stretch. 

Minister Welcomes New Rental Housing Tribunal Members

On Thursday, 18 May 2017, Western Cape Human Settlements Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela welcomed the new Rental Housing Tribunal members to the Department. 


Regular Columns & Opinion Pieces

Cartoon: Two Guys – and the Minister of Women

Taxing South Africa into Prosperity

The Davis Tax Committee (DTC) has called for written submissions by 31 May 2017 on the desirability and feasibility of wealth taxes for South Africa. 

Identity theft has increased by 200 percent in six years

Identity theft is a global crime costing economies millions each year. In the United States about 15 million residents have their identities stolen each year, costing the country $50 billion, according to the US Identity Theft and Scam Prevention Service. 


Until next time…

Bruce

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