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The Knysna Oyster Festival begins on 21 June. Youth Desk calls for greater input from the Knysna youth. Mossel Bay youngster rewards for his unselfish act. Planned power outage in George.
S Cape ends second in the B-Division at the SACD golf tournament. Knysna & Fancourt Golf Club Newsletters.
Everyone is trying to prevent an escalation of tensions between the USA and Iran. Ukraine to inaugurate their new president. Israel lobs more strikes at Syria.
The political week ahead – Ramaphosa has a tough job getting SA back on track, adds another to the NPA team.
Economic week ahead – biodegradable products open up new opportunities. Investors looking for eco-entrepreneurs.
Nadal makes it 9 in Rome. Good weekend for the SA Super Rugby teams. Pakistan takes a 2-1 lead vs the Protea women. Banyana and the Protea netball team off to their respective World Cups.
Latest Local News
One of the Western Cape’s most hotly anticipated events, the iconic Knysna Oyster Festival, will take place from 21-30 June and includes a diverse range of things to do for those looking to explore the Greater Knysna area this winter.
The Knysna Municipal Youth Desk in partnership with the Youth Council will be hosting a Skills Development Summit and calls on the youth of Greater Knysna to participate and give input by 30 June 2019.
The totally unselfish gesture of a golf player on Friday at the Hartenbos Primary School golf day at Mossel Bay Golf Club has left a 7-year-old golfer leaping for joy and gasping in disbelieve of this fantastic gesture.
SUNDAY, 19 MAY 2019 FROM 14:00 TOT 22:00
What an exciting time we had this summer with The Tshisa High School Talent Competition
and the Endaweni Open Mic Project!
Latest Local Sports News
PLETTENBERG BAY, 17 May 2019 – KwaZulu-Natal came up trumps in a humdinger final round clash against North West to lift the A-Section title in the 2019 SA Country Districts on Friday, while Boland finished at the top of the pile with an unbeaten week in the promotion battle at Plettenberg Bay Country Club.
Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi state minister of foreign affairs, says the ball is in Iran’s court to determine its fate.
Ukraine to inaugurate comedian Zelensky as president May 20, 2019
A month after scoring a landslide victory against incumbent Petro Poroshenko in polls, the 41-year-old becomes Ukraine’s youngest post-Soviet president.
President Donald Trump said last month Saudi Arabia and other Opec members had agreed to his request to boost oil production in order to tamp down rising prices.
Israel launches strikes on southern Syria May 19, 2019
Israel launched strikes on southern Syria late Saturday, a war monitor said, prompting air defences into action for the second night in a row.
Parliamentary matters are likely to dominate politics in the week ahead, with chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng administering the swearing-in of MPs in the National Assembly, representatives of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) and, ultimately, the president-elect of SA.
Court applications filed to compel president to reverse his decision to revoke 2018 appointments
President plays his cards close to his chest ahead of inauguration
Advocate Hermione Cronje to head investigating directorate
Despite weak economic growth and low inflation, an interest rate cut and a rating downgrade are not likely, writes Sunita Menon
Biodegradable products open new market May 19, 2019
Environmentally friendly substrates offer growers multiple benefits
Businesses with well-rounded sustainability strategies are more attractive to investors and funders, according to a recent study.
Nadal beats Djokovic to win in Rome May 19, 2019
Rafael Nadal has defeated Novak Djokovic to win a ninth Italian Open title and a record 34rd Masters crown.
Super Rugby Review: Strong weekend for SA! May 19, 2019
It was a profitable weekend for teams in the South African Conference with victories for the Bull and Lions and a draw for the Stormers against the Crusaders.
Pakistan go 2-1 up against Proteas Women May 19, 2019
The Proteas Women slipped to defeat against Pakistan in the third T20 International at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg.
2019 is certainly a fruitful year for South African sports as five national teams will represent the country at their respective World Cups throughout the year.
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