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Shock Death Of Local Surfer's Dad

27th March 2015

Colin and Bianca Buitendag

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Huge Growth In Chinese Travel To Sa Expected

27th March 2015

Huge Growth in Chinese Travel to SA Expected

South Africa is within the top 15 destinations for the Chinese travel market and is ranked to become an increasingly popular destination for both business and tourist travel.

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Literary Festival Reaches New Heights

26th March 2015

Knysna Literary Festival organiser, Sasha Campbell (Photo: Elle Photography).

Sasha Campbell, who has been organising the Knysna Literary Festival, for the past three years, says this year's event was the best yet.

Inset:  Knysna Literary Festival organiser, Sasha Campbell, shows the culinary delights served to guests attending events at the Conrad Pezula Resort and Spa. (Photo: Elle Photography.)

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Cause Of Bird Deaths Unkown

26th March 2015

Red-knobbed coots are said to be among the species of water birds dying in the Wilderness Lakes and Langvlei area.

South African National Parks (SANParks) is no closer to finding the cause of death of se-veral water birds in Wilderness Lakes, including Langvlei.

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George Herald Sport Editor Does It Again

26th March 2015

Last year Hugo Redelinghuys received the Caxton Excellence Award for Sport Writing and this year he won the award for Best Sport Photo. (Photo: Myron Rabinowitz)

George Herald Sport Editor Hugo Redelinghuys and his camera is a familiar sight at sport events in and around George and local sportsmen and women are splashed on the colourful sports pages every week.

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Relocating Rhino To Create New Breeding Populations

25th March 2015

A black rhino is airlifted by helicopter during a WWF relocation project. (Image:  Green Renaissance/WWF)

Nineteen black rhino have been released at an undisclosed location in South Africa under WWF South Africa's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project to create a new breeding population of the critically endangered animals.

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South Africa Moves Ahead With Nuclear New Build Plans

25th March 2015

Koeberg Power Station, seen from behind the transmission pylons. (Image: Wikimedia Commons: Idyllic Press)

The third and final nuclear vendor parade workshop will take place with Canada and Japan this month. South Africa is looking at pressurised water reactor nuclear technology, similar to what it has safely used at Koeberg for the past 30 years.

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No Fracking Announcement Welcomed

24th March 2015

No fracking announcement welcomed

The Southern Cape Land Committee (SCLC) and groundWork (Friends of the Earth, South Africa) welcome the announcement that Shell will not “aggressively” continue to pursue their application for an exploratory license to frack for methane gas.

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Award-winning Trio In George

24th March 2015

Charl du Plessis (left) is one of the most respected pianists in South Africa

The Charl du Plessis Trio returns to George on 11 April 2015 to perform their award winning and much acclaimed Baroqueswing production.

Inset:  Charl du Plessis (left) is one of the most respected pianists in South Africa performing across various styles and disciplines and as soloist with some of the country’s leading symphony orchestras. The Trio will perform in George on Saturday 11 April 2015.

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Survivors Bid Mossel Bay A Sad Farewell

23rd March 2015

The wreckage of the aircraft after Hans Potgieter had to make an emergency landing on 14 December 2014.

When Hans Potgieter had to make an emergency landing with the aircraft he was piloting on 14 December 2014, his young bride Sharon merely secured her seat belt and simply knew he would get them safely on the ground. Never once did she fear catastrophe.

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Knysna And Plett A Playground For The Rich

23rd March 2015

Knysna and Plett a playground for the rich

Plett and Knysna have been crowned the destinations of choice among South Africa’s super wealthy. This year’s wealth report, compiled by New World Wealth, revealed that the two coastal holiday towns not only top the list of most popular spots in the country for second or holiday homes among the country’s multi-millionaires, but Plett and Knysna have also secured a spot in the top 10 popular towns or suburbs where South Africa’s wealthy choose to live.

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Kirstenbosch Is World's Garden Of The Year

23rd March 2015

Kirstenbosch is home to the Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway, also known as the Boomslang. (Image: Adam Harrower, Sanbi

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, which offers visitors many unusual experiences and showcases the diverse Cape Floral kingdom in a very accessible way, has been named as Garden of the Year at the 2015 International Garden Tourism awards.

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Concern About Favourite Walk

20th March 2015

Some Brenton-On-Sea residents claim that this tree has planted to make it harder for hikers to pass close to the cliff.

One of the reasons many people enjoy living in the Southern Cape is the breathtaking natural coastline and the privilege of being able to walk freely along this coast.

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Knysna Unites Against Crime

20th March 2015

Cheryl Britz, chairperson of the Knysna CPF (left), with two CPF members, Kashief Ismail and Jessica Traill at the United Against Crime Expo. (Photo: Christo Vermaak.)

South African satirists Pieter-Dirk Uys, Chester Missing and Loyiso Gola, Irish comic Dylan Moran, musicians Ray Phiri and Thandiswa Mazwai all feature on this year's programme for the National Arts Festival, which will be held in Grahamstown in July.

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Sunbird To Supply Eskom With Ibhubesi Gas

20th March 2015

The Ibhubesi Gas Development is off the West Coast of South Africa. (Image: LNG World News)

Sunbird Energy, an Australian listed energy company, has signed a 15-year gas sales term sheet which will see it supplying gas to Eskom. South Africa's national energy utility plans to use gas rather than costly diesel to power its generators.

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Message In A Bottle Found After 14 Years

19th March 2015

The bottle with the letter and the metal detector that was used to find it.

Old-fashioned journalism solved the mystery of a message in a bottle that was found on the beach of Dana Bay last weekend.

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Rheenendal Gets A New Look

19th March 2015

The African theme is depicted on the Rheenendal Community Hall's walls

The Rheenendal Community Hall and Rheenedal Library have been transformed and as part of an effort to change the face of this community. An art project initiated by Councillor Eleanore Bouw-Spies is the first step in achieving this.

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Sa Invention Taking The World By Storm

19th March 2015

The device called the Astraphobe

Today we hear about a great South African invention that’s taking the country by storm. Jacstech, a South African startup has produced a clever little device called the Astraphobe that protects your electronics from surges created by lightning.

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14% Boost For Maths Marks Due To New Mobile Platform

19th March 2015

14% Boost for Maths Marks due to New Mobile Platform

South African start-up, Brighter Futures Tuition, has developed an innovative mobile platform that helps learners improve their maths marks by up to 14% within a matter of months.

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Master Artist In Plett

18th March 2015

Master sculptor and silversmith Patrick Mavros

Master sculptor and silversmith Patrick Mavros will be sharing his exquisite creations with Plettenberg Bay residents when he heads to the coastal holiday town next week.

Inset:  Master sculptor and silversmith Patrick Mavros will be sharing his exquisite creations with Plettenberg Bay residents next week.

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