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KWANOKUTHULA detectives are requesting the assistance of the public after an armed robbery occurred at a Bitou primary school on January 15.
On the first day of school at around 12:30, two armed men entered the reception of Greenwood Independent School and went to the principal’s office. They...Read more
A frightening experience that might well have ended in tragedy was turned into a success story for the George-based Outeniqua K-9 Unit, when rescue dog Vino sniffed out a severely dehydrated 76-year-old British tourist from in a ditch on a farm near Victoria Bay on February 6.
Margaret Bet was...Read more
DEREK Frielinghaus sent the pic top left of granddaughter Becky McNicol, with fish washed out on Central Beach.
He wrote: “After having red tide since mid-December, the water temperature suddenly dropped from around 24°C to 8°C on February 1, stunning thousands of fish. I’ve only seen it...Read more
ON January 20, Knysna's powers that be issued a warning when the red tide observed earlier this month surfaced yet again at the Heads. Locals were cautioned against the collection of shellfish from the Knysna estuary until further notice.
According to those in the know - including SANParks, the...Read more
A Plettenberg Bay man has taken one step closer to becoming one of the first people to live on Mars as part of an ambitious project headed by a Dutch non-profit organisation.
Software developer and former Wittedrift High pupil Tarn Alcock, 27, is one of 25 South Africans who have made it into...Read more