Good morning all,
Local news still very slow. Where is the Knysna Primary School Std class of 1962? George Arts Theatre begins auditions for the year. NSRI rescues the barf brigade.
This may sound overly dramatic, but the USA is fighting for its life – and for the continued existence of western civilization as we know it. The UK is falling, but the French want their country back. At least the dirty cardinal seems to be getting what should have come to him a long time ago.
SA going into election mode – with all its intrigue and other bs.
Tourism Department under fire. Gold firms and oil drops as the world breathes easier – but for how long. Gniel de Villiers falls back in the Dakar. Elgar lays down the law. Markram passed fit. Will Jurie Roux’s past finally catch up with him.
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Knysna Primary School Standard 2 – 1962
The George Arts Theatre is turning 50 this year and we have many wonderful things planned for 2019!
Andre Fraser, NSRI Port Elizabeth station commander, said: At 08h40, Wednesday, 09th January, NSRI Station 15 Mossel Bay duty crew were activated following a request for assistance from a commercial fishing boat to collect 4 tourists off the boat who were suffering motion sickness.
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The chief of U.S. Border Patrol during Barack Obama’s presidency, Mark Morgan, joined Glenn Beck on Thursday’s show to refute the leftist rhetoric that walls are “ineffective” and that President Donald Trump manufactured the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.
US President Donald Trump’s former lawyer will appear before the House in early February
A quarter of the federal government has shut down for the 20th day in the standoff
UK minister breaks ranks with no-deal Brexit warning January 11, 2019
Greg Clark’s comments contradicted official government policy of not ruling out a no-deal Brexit
French cardinal to go on trial over child abuse cover-up January 11, 2019
Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, the archbishop of Lyon, is to stand trial over allegations he helped cover up abuse in one of the parishes in the area
Britain’s battle over Brexit resumes ahead of big vote January 11, 2019
The accord took nearly two years to negotiate but has managed to upset just about everyone in British politics
‘Yellow vests’ storm French ministry as protests turn violent January 11, 2019
The yellow vest movement began in rural France over plans to increase fuel taxes
21 bodies found on US-Mexico border as Trump visits January 10, 2019
The bodies, some of them badly burned, were found Wednesday in the border town of Miguel Aleman, about 270 kilometres from McAllen, Texas.
Zuma’s application is his last hope of stopping the arms deal-related trial on charges of fraud, racketeering, corruption, money laundering and tax evasion
The cyclical nature of governments shows why the governing party is bringing mediocrity, confusion and destitution
A bill that seeks to ban political parties from using public funds for election campaigns is a step closer to becoming law after the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) adopted the proposed legislation at a special sitting on Thursday.
Lack of a comprehensive approach to tourism planning is holding back the development of SA’s tourism industry, says Unathi Henama a tourism expert and lecturer at the Tshwane University of Technology.
Even before the Department of Home Affairs confused everyone by nullifying its own law which it had amended the day before, the larger tour operators were expressing disappointment that the Immigration Act Amendment of November 30 had, in any case, not gone far enough to allow them to market South Africa as a family-friendly destination.
MARKET WRAP: JSE flat as global equity rally cools slightly January 10, 2019
Optimism over an imminent US-China trade deal fades, but local banks and retailers find support following dovish US Federal Reserve minutes
Gold steadies as firmer dollar offsets growth concerns January 10, 2019
SPDR Gold Trust holdings are the highest since July, but investors are waiting for more concrete news out of the US-China trade talks
Oil drops on vague US-China trade talks and US supply surge January 10, 2019
US fuel supply swells to nearly 12-million bpd, as Opec and its partners cut supply to rein in the emerging glut
Al-Attiyah stretches Dakar lead in pursuit of third title January 10, 2019
Two-time champion Nasser al-Attiyah extended his lead in the Dakar Rally, winning the fourth stage between Arequipa and Tacna.
Elgar delivers “blunt message” to Proteas January 10, 2019
Stand-in South African captain Dean Elgar says he had given a “blunt message” to his players ahead of the third and final Test against Pakistan.
Rugby chief Jurie Roux’s court D-Day in May January 10, 2019
Erasmus said that pre-trial issues would be sorted out between Roux and Stellenbosch University in February.
Markram passed fit to play third Test January 10, 2019
Proteas opening batsman Aiden Markram has been passed fit to play in the third and final Test match against Pakistan at the Wanderers on Friday.
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