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S Cape fires pose a serious risk to forestry. GRDM get a new bulldozer. RDI in George are styling. George flushing out cancer. Young kid from Knysna gets a substantial bursary.
The Rotary Knysna Splash is on.
So Trump was behind the Huawei arrest. Clearly, he has drawn a line in the sand against China’s theft of US IP. Theresa May gets a wake-up call from within her own party.
Gordahn steps in at SAA. Malema wants to be able to riot and trespass without any criminal ‘complications’. The DA has had a horrible year and Maimane can’t spin it.
Seems the money markets don’t want Trump to shake things up with China – they’d rather has them steal billions in IP? It’s no secret I guess, but the 2019 elections will be make-or-break for the SA economy.
Scare as Naka rushed to hospital. Cameron van der Burgh retires. Ashwin and Sharma both out of the second test.
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December 12, 2018 – A total of 7 643 hectares of predominantly pine plantations belonging to private timber growers in the Southern Cape region have either been totally or partially destroyed in the fires that raged in the Outeniqua Mountains between 25 October and 16 November 2018.
A new Caterpillar (CAT) D7R bulldozer was officially handed over to the Garden Route District Municipality (GRDM) Roads Department on Thursday, 6 December 2018, at the DR1524/18.5/0.5R borrow pit near Riversdale.
When Peter van Mosseveld, the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA) rep for Eastern Cape, visited RDI Automotive and Service Centre in George he was amazed by the level of detail in the décor and how the new workshop is thinking out of the box.
Businesses in George have been passing around a purple toilet to raise funds as part of the Cansa Relay for Life George 2019.
Ling Dobson (right), founder and sponsor of the Knysna Literary Festival, this week handed over a bursary to the value of R10 000 to Knysna Primary School principal, Rob Stoker (left) and learner Lixa Sithonga.
Knysna DA councillor to face council disciplinary hearing – EWN December 12, 2018
CAPE TOWN – The disciplinary hearing against Democratic Alliance councillor in Knysna Peter Myers has been recommended to the council by the disciplinary committee.
Geen vuurwerke in Hessequa 12th December 2018
Die Uitvoerende Burgemeesters Komitee besluit van 28 November 2018 oor die afvuur van vuurwerke in die Hessequa streek, is herroep. Die Raad het die bevoegdheid om ‘n algehele verbod op die afvuur van vuurwerke en Chinese lanterns in die Hessequa munisipale area te plaas en is in lyn met relevante wetgewing.
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Knysna SPLASH, the annual festival presented by the Rotary Club of Knysna, will be back on 29 December 2018 with two fun-filled events for the whole family.
Former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig detained after police in Canada arrest Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on December 1 at the request of US authorities, infuriating Beijing
Huawei executive gets bail in case rattling China ties December 12, 2018
Meng Wanzhou’s December 1 arrest in Vancouver has shaken China’s relations with Canada and the United States
Wounded May seeks EU compromise to save Brexit deal December 13, 2018
The British leader, who survived a confidence vote staged by her own party’s MPs late on Wednesday, now needs to turn a narrow victory on home turf into an unlikely away win.
Here are the milestones on Britain’s rocky road out of the EU
UK’s May plans to quit before 2022 election — MPs December 12, 2018
There was some doubt about whether May had ruled out leading the party into any snap general election should her government fall before 2022
CEO Vuyani Jarana believes he is not being given enough freedom to pursue the airline’s turnaround strategy
Lawyers argue that EFF leader Julius Malema is constitutionally entitled to discuss and debate the land issue, but not to incite people to break the law
Maimane: Losing NMB was tough for DA this year December 12, 2018
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he still remembers the day he got the news that they had lost the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality.
DA is not losing support, Maimane says in response to recent poll December 12, 2018
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has outlined his party’s challenges ahead of 2019 national elections.
World stocks cheered by Trump trade talk as sterling claws off lows December 12, 2018
Donald Trump says trade talks are ongoing with China, and he could act on Huawei’s CFO saga; the pound rises off 20-month low as May faces party challenge
MARKET WRAP: JSE lifted by easing US-China tension December 12, 2018
Progress in the US-China trade talks injects a sense of optimism into global markets, but a no-confidence vote in UK Prime Minister Theresa May looms
The outcome of the 2019 elections could determine South Africa’s long term economic prospects. Should the African National Congress (ANC) manage to increase or maintain its support base and continue with its current reforms, this could positively impact on sentiment.
‘Massive bleeding’ sees Drotske rushed back to hospital December 13, 2018
Former Springbok hooker Naka Drotske’s condition has been stabilised, but he remains critical.
Cameron van der Burgh retires from competitive swimming December 12, 2018
South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh took Gold in the men’s 100m Breaststroke final at the FINA swimming championships in Hangzhou on Wednesday.
Double India blow as Ashwin, Sharma out of 2nd Oz Test December 13, 2018
India suffered a big setback on the eve of the second Test against Australia when ace spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and batsman Rohit Sharma were ruled out.
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