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The GRDM is looking for someone to take over the lease at the Calitzdorp Spa and De Hoek Mountain Resort. George’s water situation still looks good. Fancourt is offering another golf/accommodation package. Black smoke emissions from Nestle in Mossel Bay explained.
Nearly time for the Simola Hill Climb.
Trump backs Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights – oh dear – more outrage. Venezuela arrests Guiado aid. Pompeo takes hardline stance vs Hezbollah. Trump says make the Mueller report public. New Zealand ban semi-automatic weapons.
Now the ANC claims hero status for protecting us from a total blackout. New NPA will need funding – but will they get it to prosecute those high up in the ANC? Now it’s 3 mayors implicated in murder.
Jacob Zuma would have saved us from load shedding – no matter that nuclear would have bankrupted us. SARB unlikely to change rates.
Sunwolves to be axed from Super Rugby. Lions stay in the hunt for the Momentum Cup. Bafana face date with destiny on Sunday. What defines a female athlete?
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Notice is hereby given in terms of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act (No 56 of 2003), read with the Municipal Asset Transfer Regulations (R878 of 2008), the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act (No 3 of 2000) as well as the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act (No 32 of 2000) that the Council of the Garden Route District Municipality in terms of Resolution H.2 intends to enter into a long-term lease agreement (50 years) with LEN24 (Pty) Ltd to manage and operate De Hoek Mountain Resort and Calitzdorp Spa.
Motorists travelling to the upcoming Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (KKNK) are advised that TR75/1 (the N12) between Oudtshoorn and George, and TR1/2 (the N9) between George and Uniondale, will be open to two-way traffic from 21 March to 31 March 2019. Certain sections of these roads will have delineators on the shoulders to protect some of the works. A traffic safety officer will be on patrol.
Dam level: 86.67% (up from 85.67%). Rainfall since 13 March 2019: 6 mm. Demand/usage: 31.01 megalitres (target 22Ml). Months water left in dam: 9.
George, South Africa – South African golfers can once again take advantage of a special package aimed at introducing them to Fancourt Estate’s beautiful Outeniqua and Montagu courses and the various golfing delights on offer at this globally recognised, award-winning Garden Route destination.
Community members lodged their concerns on Facebook regarding black smoke emissions and soot deposits emanating from Nestle, Mossel Bay.
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Choosing a headline act at this year’s Knysna Motor Show on April 28 is going to be all but impossible with so many examples of motoring’s great marques set to grace the lawns of the Knysna High School Sports fields.
Recognition of the disputed area marks a major shift in US policy as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu campaigns for re-election
Venezuela arrests top aide to Juan Guaido March 21, 2019
Opposition leader’s chief of staff nabbed by intelligence officers in pre-dawn raid
US secretary of state targets the Lebanese party, as well as Hamas and Yemeni Houthis
The nearly two-year-old investigation is examining whether the US president himself criminally obstructed the probe
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she expects the new laws to be in place by 11 April and buy-back scheme will be established for banned weapons.
As Eskom’s operational crisis worsens, the prospect of a national blackout remains likely
Former senior state prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach said the signing of the proclamation meant to establish an investigating directorate in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) will not amount to much if inadequate funds are put in place for its operations. Bulelwa Makeke, the NPA’s head of communications, on Thursday said the prosecuting authority was finalising the […]
Three mayors investigated for murders March 21, 2019
ANC leaders Sindiso Magaqa, Wandile Ngubeni and S’bu Maphumulo were assassinated
Former president Jacob Zuma says a proposed nuclear deal with Russia, which emerged as a factor behind the firing of two finance ministers and market turmoil during his scandal-hit administration, would have prevented the country’s energy crisis.
Reserve Bank likely to keep interest rates unchanged March 21, 2019
The central bank’s anticipated decision not to hike interest rates will come as a relief to cash-strapped consumers who are battling with increases in fuel and several other costs
Ramaphosa confident SA will overcome electricity crisis March 21, 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa says restoring a reliable supply of electricity is government’s top priority
CONFIRMED: Sunwolves to be axed from Super Rugby March 22, 2019
Japan’s Sunwolves will be axed from Super Rugby as the tournament returns to 14 teams from 2021, SANZAAR confirmed.
Lions stay alive in playoff hunt after derby win March 21, 2019
Malusi Siboto and Wiaan Mulder helped the Highveld Lions stay in the One-Day Cup semi-final hunt thanks to a tense win over the Titans.
Crunch time for Bafana in Afcon qualifiers March 21, 2019
It’s crunch time for Bafana Bafana in the CAF Africa Cup of nations qualifiers as they play away to Libya on Sunday.
Experts dispute testosterone test for top female athletes March 21, 2019
Barring Caster Semenya due to naturally high testosterone levels would be like excluding basketball players because they are too tall, experts commented.
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