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THE discovery of R100-million worth of what is suspected to be pure or uncut cocaine on Garden Route beaches over the festive season has sparked fears that the Southern Cape coastline is an easy target for drug smugglers.
And Knysna harbour has been identified as being susceptible to the...Read more
Plett resident Derek Frielinghaus shared this riveting bit of history, penned by his uncle HARRY ROSE-INNES with the comment: ‘I did not realise that my great grandmother also did her bit to help the Boer prisoners in the concentration camps but earlier this year Trish and I visited the...Read more
OUTRAGE is spreading across the Plett community after 3D graphic renderings for the controversial R4-billion planned small boat harbour have been circulated - this a month after the final scoping report for the 87’000m² development by Western Cape Marina Investments was released, highlighting...Read more
THE Plett branch of Child Welfare South Africa would like anyone with information regarding the following people to contact them:
* The biological mother of a child born out of the relationship between Shireen Grootboom and Wilmon Mthimkhulu.
* The location of relatives of the late Mr Tutuse and...Read more
IT’S Crystal Ball time again! This is when market commentators offer their projections - and hope that readers forget them when they go wrong...
South Africa looks set to experience better economic growth during 2014, this on the tail winds of improved growth in the developed economies, as...Read more