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GR learners educated on air quality. NSRI assist hikers in the Kaaimans River. George Municipality celebrates Youth Month. GR Casino brings you top quality entertainment. Sedgefield pilots a home composting project. Rosedale puts on a surprise Father’s Day lunch.
Christo Lamprecht off to a fast start in Japan. Jordan Duminy not so in England. The latest Knysna Golf Club Newsletter.
Zimbabwe in the dark. US and China to resume trade talks. Russia objects to the US sending more troops to the Middle East. Boris Johnson stretches his lead. The cabal puppets are suffering.
This may be the last day for the SABC unless they get yet another bailout. High Court orders Trillion to pay back the dirty Gupta money back to Eskom. Rand firms after Ramaphosa backs Eskom.
JSE up on the stronger Rand – also helped by the EU’s announcement that they will be printing money. Ramaphosa will have to act decisively re the SABC – guess they can’t afford to kill their propaganda machine.
The Beast says some nice words to sooth Div’s wounded pride. Morgan pulls an AB on Afghanistan. Le Clos plows back into swimming. Ngidi back for the D-Day clash with New Zealand. Sharks will be without the Beast and Jean-Luc du Preez for the playoffs.
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
Since 2011 the Garden Route District Municipality’s District Air Quality Unit embarked on air quality awareness relating to clean fires, called the Garden Route Clean Fire Campaign.
Robert van Heldsingen, NSRI Wilderness station commander, said: At 15h24, Monday, 17th June, an NSRI crewman, on the Kaaimans River at the time, alerted our NSRI Wilderness duty crew of a group hiking in a canyon on the Kaaimans River appearing to be in difficulties and he was investigating.
The George Municipality Youth Office in collaboration with the George Museum, the Department of Education, Nelson Mandela University and George schools held a Young leaders seminar last week to give youngsters the opportunity to express themselves and have their say in answering questions on what this generation of youngsters can do to stimulate progression in South Africa.
Garden Route Casino – Mossel Bay’s favourite entertainment destination – brings you first-class eye and ear candy to raise the temperatures in the chilly winter month of June.
Knysna Municipality in collaboration with the Garden Route District Municipality hosted the Household Composting Pilot Project Workshop on 13 of June 2019 at the Sedgefield Community Hall.
In die aanloop tot Jeugdag het inwoners van die Informele Nedersetting in Rosedale hulde gebring aan die helde en slagoffers van 1976 waar die jeug in opstand gekom het teen die regeringstelsel van die dag.
Rosedale Buurtwag se vroue het besluit om’n verrassings Vadersdagete vir Rdsl. Edmund Bussack en die ander pa’s in die buurtwag op Sondag, 16 Junie 2019 te hou.
LATEST LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
TOYOTA CITY, Japan (June 18, 2019) – Christo Lamprecht blitzed the Ishino Course at Chukyo Golf Club in 67 strokes to give the GolfRSA Boys Team a vital boost in Tuesday’s opening round of the 27th Toyota Junior Golf World Cup, supported by JAL.
DUBLIN, Ireland (18 June 2019) – Edenvale teenager Yurav Premlall celebrated his 16th birthday with a share of fifth in the first round of the stroke play qualifying in the 124th Amateur Championship in Ireland on Monday.
Die gemeenskap van Rosedale en Rosedale Buurtwag het op jeugdag ‘n sport en atletiek vir ‘n groep kinders gehou.
Ailing Zimbabwe reels as 18-hour power cuts bite June 18, 2019
Most miners have been asked to import their own power, a move that could double their costs
President says he and his Chinese counterpart have agreed to start preparations
Tensions continue to rise in the Persian Gulf as Donald Trump adds fuel to the stand-off over the nuclear deal with Iran by deploying more troops to the Middle East
The UK leadership race narrowed to five on Tuesday as Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson prepared to defend his runaway favourite status in his first television debate.
Merkel looked as if she were struggling to stand up while she and Zelenskiy listened to national anthems during military honors upon his arrival.
SABC on the brink of a switch-off June 18, 2019
Public broadcaster is waiting for response from the government to a request for R3.2bn guarantee to stay afloat
High court tells Trillian: ‘Pay back the Eskom money’ June 18, 2019
The Gupta-linked company has been ordered to repay embattled power utility Eskom
At 1400 GMT the rand was 1.76% firmer at 14.5475 per dollar, after early in the day trading at around the 14.80 mark.
MARKET WRAP: JSE stronger as banks rise on firmer rand June 18, 2019
Hopes that the US and China will put an end their prolonged trade war have also lifted sentiment
The rand and other emerging-market currencies gain after ECB president Mario Draghi indicates that interest-rate cuts could be on the cards
Media Monitoring Africa has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to spell out solutions to the financial crisis faced by the SABC, as he prepares for Thursday’s State of the Nation Address.
Springbok prop Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira says his comments on former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers need to be taken in context.
Morgan smashes England to emphatic win over Afghanistan June 18, 2019
England crushed Afghanistan by 150 runs as the World Cup hosts smashed a record-breaking 25 sixes against the minnows at Old Trafford.
Le Clos in bid to change dynamics of swimming in SA June 18, 2019
Chad le Clos says he is doing all he can to change the dynamics of swimming in the country, but wants stronger funding initiatives to ensure the sport transformed at a quicker rate.
South Africa’s Ngidi set to return for NZ clash June 18, 2019
South African fast bowler Lungi Ngidi is expected to return for Wednesday’s must-win Cricket World Cup game against New Zealand at Edgbaston after passing a fitness test.
The Sharks secured a last gasp 12-9 victory to reach the playoffs and face the Brumbies, but the absence of powerful scrummager Tendai Mtawariwa is a setback to their chances.
D-day at Edgbaston for Proteas June 18, 2019
SA’s attack should have the measure of New Zealand’s batting line-up.
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