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Even with law enforcers in close proximity and the knowledge that the sale of tobacco products are against the law, drivers in Plett’s High Street can hardly see the road for the crowd of informal cigarette vendors currently operating there; the onslaught is doubly annoying to those making...Read more
Bitou council is under fire once again, this time for disgraceful expenditure on luxury wheels for the mayor, Peter Lobese, and his wingman - YOLANDÉ STANDER reports
THE approval to spend R700,000 on a three-year lease for a new vehicle for Bitou mayor Peter Lobese, and extending the lease on...Read more
THE biggest-ever united protest in the history of South Africa’s restaurant industry is set to take place today, when Garden Route eateries will join hundreds of colleagues countrywide - including coffee shops and takeaway establishments - in the ‘1-Million seats on the streets’ protest...Read more
Surfing Plett soccer star Merrick van der Gaast Purdon was proud to wear Lloyd Chapman’s wetsuit during last Wednesday’s paddle-out, and to do so on the Spowy Board belonging to his buddy Jordan Marais - one of the many youngsters who grew up surfing in Lloyd’s wake and who thought the...Read more
COVID-19 put inequality in the spotlight. With millions of people without jobs and forced into poverty, the work of NGOs has never been more crucial - and there has never been a more crucial time to help them.
It’s around this time of year that corporates prepare for Mandela Day (July 18),...