Archive for October, 2016

Grisly Find in Mountains

Grisly Find in Mountains

31st October 2016 at 1:16 pm 0 comments

Two human skeletons were found along the Bainskloof Pass near Wellington on Saturday morning reports ER24 spokesperson Werner Vermaak. It is understood that hikers came across the human remains and alerted the Wellington Police Service. The police tasked a team which included ER24, Worcester Metro Rescue, Worcester Police, Forensic PathologyRead More

Wish you were here, eh?

Wish you were here, eh?

31st October 2016 at 12:48 pm 0 comments

Yesterday’s West Coast Craft Market went off swimmingly. The market boasted the usual suspects i.e. Flavoursome Eats, Delightful Handmade Toys, Clothing and Gifts for Oneself and Others. There’s another craft market this Saturday 5 November and it’s going to be a sizzler. According to organiser Estelle Hinkley the Country ClubRead More

Just what the doctor, ahem, people ordered.

Stop Sign for Bato Way

31st October 2016 at 12:17 pm 0 comments

Just what the doctor, ahem, people, ordered! Bato Way in Melkbosstrand is going to get a much anticipated stop sign. According to Councillor Nora Grose the stop sign will be placed at the bottom of Bato Way entering into the M14. The current situation was described in a letter toRead More

Local Crime Round-Up

Local Crime Round-Up

31st October 2016 at 11:52 am 0 comments

On 27 October Pep Stores in Melkbosstrand was broken into. The thieves entered the store through the roof and made off with what an employee calls, “A huge amount of phones, travelling bags and earphones.” The employee said philosophically, “We opened up. What can we do. This is the secondRead More

Anti-Drug Crusader Points a Finger at Parents

Anti-Drug Crusader Points a Finger at Parents

25th October 2016 at 2:14 pm 0 comments

Anti-drug crusader Anthony Hall  thinks that parents are as much to blame for their children taking drugs, as are the children. Hall, the co-founder of R.A.E.L. (Recovering Addicts Empowering Lives), points a finger at “parents who do not exert enough control and who do not give enough love,” and describes theRead More

Stunned at being Caught

Stunned at being Caught

25th October 2016 at 2:05 pm 0 comments

A trio of suspected car thieves “looked stunned” when they were apprehended on Tuesday morning in Table View. According to Table View police spokesperson Captain Adriana Chandler the vehicle they were driving had been positively linked by video footage to the theft of a motor vehicle on Monday in TableRead More

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Shake-That-Sneeze Citrus Rooibos & Mint Smoothie

25th October 2016 at 11:45 am 0 comments

Agri Western Cape has allowed us to share this recipe for a flavorsome and healthy smoothy. You can find this recipe, and others too, on their website www.growing greatness.co.za. “Deliciously designed by Nature to shake off that flu or winter cold, this vitamin booster smoothie hails from the heart ofRead More

Safe Swimming with the Shark Spotters App

Safe Swimming with the Shark Spotters App

25th October 2016 at 10:40 am 0 comments

A unique new shark spotting app will make swimming safer for Cape Town’s water babies. The app, which smartphone user can download free of charge, gives real-time information about shark activity at beaches, safety tips to reduce the risk of encountering a shark and information about shark activity in CapeRead More

Fireworks Sites: Additions & Changes

Fireworks Sites: Additions & Changes

23rd October 2016 at 1:23 pm 0 comments

The City of Cape Town has approved 12 sites for the discharge of fireworks during Guy Fawkes, Diwali and New Year’s Eve this year. This is up from eight last year. Both Theo Marais Park in Milnerton and Sunrise Beach have been removed removed from the list. The following sitesRead More

Accidents Aplenty: End of the Road for Biker

Accidents Aplenty: End of the Road for Biker

23rd October 2016 at 12:17 pm 0 comments

UPDATE: There has been the usual spate of accidents this weekend on our country’s roads. For one young biker it was the end of the road. The 30-year-old biker lost control of his bike on the R43 about 10km outside Villiersdorp on Sunday afternoon. The accident took place in an areaRead More

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