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Plett Tourism up in arms at the Municipality’s attempt to take over. AHi Western Cape launches a 24-hour call centre in George.
SA Junior golfers, including three from the Garden Route, retain the SA Challenge Cup. Christo Lamprecht climbed the leaderboard in Ireland with a 70 on Saturday but then had a ‘mare yesterday. The SWD Eagles get properly smashed by WP.
The US and China put the sabres away – for the moment.
The ANC has found something that unites them – land grabs – but it may just backfire.
Methinks it’s better to keep quiet until the facts emerge re the Willemse/Mallet spat – me myself – I don’t like egg on my face. Unfortunately, it hasn’t stopped many from pronouncing both Mallet and Botha guilty – poor Naas seems to have been an innocent bystander.
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Plett Tourism is opposed to the proposed Bitou Municipality Tourism Bylaw as it is presently worded. (View the proposed Bylaw from…
Happy Happy Saturday Everyone!!! I hope everyone is enjoying a beautiful Saturday in the Garden Route
AHI Western Cape launches 24 hour call centre May 19, 2018
The small business trade institute, AHI Western Cape, has launched a 24-hour call centre to offer business advice for those wanting to be their own bosses, in George in the Southern Cape.
Mossel Bay and Swartland (Malmesbury) were the joint top scorers at 84. The table below outlines the top performing municipalities in each province:.
Shell-shocked‚ missing a tooth and a lot thinner‚ a cat that went missing when its family fled the devastating fires in Knysna 11 months ago has been …
Fire crews battle flare-ups near Knysna Eyewitness News
Fire crews are battling flare-ups in the area. SANParks Spokesperson Nandi Mgwadlamba said: “There’s smoke that can be seen as far as Knysna.
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18 May 2018 – The GolfRSA Juniors closed out an unbeaten run at Irene Country Club to sweep to a…
POTCHEFSTROOM, 19 May 2018 – It was the underdog’s day as unheralded Northern Cape stole the show at Potchefstroom Country…
WP’s 50-3 win over the SWD Eagles at the Bridgton Sports Ground in Oudtshoorn on Sunday drew a curtain on a weekend that saw crucial wins for the Blue Bulls and Griquas as well as five tries by Pumas wing, Ruwellyn Isbell.
Round of 70 launches Lamprecht into top 20 Team South Africa
Southern Cape junior Christo Lamprecht made the most of an early start at … South Africa’s top-ranked junior Jayden Schaper from Ekurhuleni is …
Schools MTB League Southern Cape #1 results In the Bunch
Tristan Nortje and Kirstin Roelofse won the junior races of the Schools MTB League in tne first Southern Cape event at Klipheiuwel Trail Park today.
Tariff retaliation to end and co-operation to intensify, while US adviser says Beijing has offered to cut trade gap with US by $200bn
Chinese businesses might step in if nervous European companies leave — but they will have to weigh the costs of incurring US wrath, and the risks of Iranian instability
Turnout at the election was just 46.1%, way down from the 80% registered at the last presidential vote in 2013.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene seeks documents as he takes another look at Matjila allegations
ANC president tells party workshop there is a need ‘to undo a grave historical injustice’
The provincial conference is likely to see a fresh legal threat after some disgruntled ANC members claimed that they were purposely left out.
Murder accused Henri van Breda to learn his fate May 21, 2018
Van Breda stands accused of killing his parents and older brother, and maiming his younger sister in an attack at their Stellenbosch home in January 2015.
Executives from three hundred of Japan’s top companies landed in South Africa two weeks ago in an effort to explore investment opportunities here and, ultimately, in the rest of the continent.
The DA charges that the bloated Zuma-era Cabinet lives on through Ramaphosa’s administration
Professor Jane Duncan has released a new book titled Stopping the Spies: Constructing and resisting the surveillance state in South Africa. In the book, Duncan argues that the Rica process and institutions have been run down, and the public safety and security risks are huge.
Rafael Nadal won the Rome Masters for the eighth time when he defeated defending champion Alexander Zverev after a stunning comeback.
SuperSport to probe Willemse ‘unfortunate’ incident May 20, 2018
Sports channel, SuperSport has said it views the incident that happened on its television set Saturday in a very serious light and will conduct a full investigation into the matter.
Former Springbok player Willemse walks off the SuperSport set after an alleged racist incident with the two veteran commentators
Johannesburg – On Saturday, Johan “Rassie” Erasmus takes the first step out of the honeymoon period by naming his first squad as Springbok coach.
The much beloved craft beer bar, Stanley Beer Yard, has closed its doors for an entire redesign, rebrand and refresh…
Save the date for SA’s French inspired 25th annual Franschhoek Bastille Festival, which takes place at the historic Franschhoek Huguenot Monument on 14…
Glenelly Estate have released the 2012 vintage of their highly acclaimed flagship wine: the Lady May named in honour of Glenelly’s…
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