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  • 28 Mar 2018
    Jeeves, Jeeves! Wherefore art thou, Jeeves?

    Whilst it is critical for your wonderful newspaper to impart all the goings on in Plett and surrounds - the good and (too much) bad, the moans and groans, and lots of wonderful sport - it seems that entertaining stories often lack, other than the humour column.
    Where is Jeeves? Is he alive and...

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  • 28 Feb 2018
    Elliotts love CXPRESS!

    “I was very impressed yesterday evening [Wednesday February 21] to see the guy from the spare parts shop in Plett One reading CXPRESS in his car at the Whale Tail viewpoint - and then to see the car guard there, called Elliott, also poring over his copy of CXPRESS. It just shows again that...

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  • 28 Feb 2018
    Shocked by municipal charges for vacant stands in absence of services

    I was disgusted when I queried my Knysna Municipality account last Tuesday morning only to discover that fire victims who lost their homes and all their possessions in the June fires are being charged basic charges for vacant stands while they are rebuilding, thus hiking the costs of these...

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  • 06 Dec 2017
    Kudos to Plett police for solving crime in record time

    We were the unfortunate victims of a house robbery on Saturday November 25 between the hours of 1:30 and 3pm, in which two laptops, an iPad, an iPod, and headphones were removed from our property without permission.
    I reported the crime to SAPS Plett at 3pm and was visited by two police officers...

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  • 29 Nov 2017
    This paradise will fall apart at the seams without long-term tourism support

    Is there trouble in paradise? Never having been there, one can only assume it means Plettenberg Bay.
    Is Plett a refuge for the grey-haired, or a holiday town that should be a magnificent tourism destination, creating employment for the ever-increasing population?
    So why is the municipality making...

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