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George Library gets a makeover. Tanja Storm’s new album is available. George Municipality staff do their bit for Mandela Day. Planned power outage for Saasveld. The deaf help their own on Mandela Day. Sunel releases a new single. Garden Route Career Exhibition in Mossel Bay.
Madibaz surfing team looks to build on their performance at Vic Bay. The latest Pinnacle point, George & Knysna Golf Club Newsletters.
US Navy shoots down an Iranian drone. Conservatives want to block a no-deal Brexit. Congress has only one thing in mind and it’s got nothing to do what they’re paid to do.
State Capture Commission is driving the ANC apart. Ramaphosa back BBBEE, stands behind Gordhan. The SANDF eventually arrives in Cape Town.
JSE closes higher after the rate cut. Rand gains 10c on the dollar.
Dylan Frittelli 2 behind after round 1 of the Open. Netball Proteas lose to England and will play the Aussies in the semis. James Small laid to rest.
Latest Local News
George Library users proved that libraries are the heart of their communities on Mandela Day – while one user revamped the library’s public toilets, another typed CVs for job seekers on a library computer.
Ek is oppad – nuwe album nou beskikbaar!
George Municipality staff donated 120 packets of sanitary towels to the Keep a Girl in School project at Hope Church as part of the municipality’s Mandela Day activities.
MONDAY, 22 JULY 2019 FROM 09:00 TOT 16:00
The deaf community of George helped one of their own as part of Mandela Day activities today.
“DIE WAARHEID MAAK SEER is one of those songs that you have to listen to when you are in any relationship in which you have come to realise that the promises that were made to you and the chances you have given the other person, were in vain.
Latest Local Sports News
The standard of competition is improving each year, so the Madibaz surfing team is eager to build on the experience they gained at the University Sport South Africa contest this month.
US navy shoots down Iranian drone in Gulf July 18, 2019
Donald Trump says the drone was ‘destroyed’ after it flew within1,000m of the USS Boxer in the Strait of Hormuz
UK Conservative MPs rebel over no-deal Brexit July 18, 2019
At least 30 MPs defeated the government and passed measures to prevent the next leader, likely Boris Johnson, forcing through a no-deal split
The Democratic-controlled House has voted to hold two top Trump administration officials in contempt of Congress. WATCH NOW.
Anti-corruption campaign revived as Zuma faction intensifies fight-back against Cyril Ramaphosa
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has called for broad-based black economic empowerment in its current form to be scrapped
President urges public enterprises minister’s foes to respect the courts
GALLERY: SANDF boots finally hit the ground in Cape Town July 18, 2019
The South African National Defence Force arrived in Cape Town on 18 July 2019, one week after Police Minister Bheki Cele announced troops would be deployed to gang-plagued areas on the Cape Flats to assist the South African Police Service.
The Reserve Bank monetary policy committee voted unanimously to cut interest rates by 0.25 percentage points to 6.5%
Rand trades near its strongest level in four months as economists view MPC bias as being on the hawkish side
Rand gains almost 10c to the dollar after rate cut July 18, 2019
The rand reacted positively to SA’s first cut in 16 months, but analysts warn the global backdrop may make further cuts a risky prospect
4 key moments from Round 1 of the Open July 18, 2019
Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods toiled as wind and rain lashed down on the opening round at Royal Portrush in the first Open Championship.
The South African women’s netball side has recorded their first defeat of this year’s World Cup in Liverpool, going down to hosts England in their final group match.
Rugby legend James Small laid to rest July 18, 2019
Gone too soon, while he still had so much to give to South African rugby. That was the general comment at the funeral service of South African rugby legend, James Small, in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon.
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