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2016’s Movers & Shakers

2016’s Movers & Shakers

13th December 2016 at 12:58 pm 0 comments

We’ve compiled a list of Melkbosstranders who excelled during 2016. Well done to all of you! Strongwoman Liesl Schoonraad set a new record by flipping 100 tons of tyre. She called this her toughest challenge yet; tougher than pulling the Dakota aircraft or the 10-ton truck or swimming from RobbenRead More

Melkbos Teen Raises R23 800 for Animals

Melkbos Teen Raises R23 800 for Animals

18th October 2016 at 2:54 pm 0 comments

14-Year-old animal lover Gareth Dahl has raised a whopping R23 800 for Peanut Animal Welfare. Gareth, who is a Lead SA Youth Hero and Curro learner, raised the money the hard way. He went from door to door asking for sponsorships, which he then sold, and he completed the 10Read More

The ostriches were found in the veld between Mamre and the R27.

Ostriches: Whodunnit?

24th August 2016 at 12:27 pm 2 comments

Nobody seems to know what happened to these poor ostriches. Do you? One of our readers photographed the remains of what looks like 10 ostriches in the veldt between Mamre and the R27. According to our reader, “The case was reported to the Atlantis Police Station and followed up withRead More

Amelia (left) and the puppy that was not in the mood. Photos: Marnette Meyer

Amelia gets a Home

30th July 2016 at 9:39 am 0 comments

4-Month-old Amelia has hit the jackpot. This week the one time sickly orphan was welcomed into the home of her furever family. And what a home Amelia has found. She has two loving owners, a four-legged brother whose tail wags when he sees her and lots of family and four-leggedRead More

From left to right: Harry White CEO Atlantic Beach Homeowners Association, Lucienne Fild the Chairman of the Atlantic Beach Homeowners Association, Elmien Vermeulen and Patti Diedericks from Peanut Animal Welfare, Mike Morey Managing Director of Pam Golding Property Management.

Kind Gesture: Peanut’s Vet Bill gets Paid

21st July 2016 at 3:19 pm 0 comments

A big thumbs-up for Atlantic Beach Estate. As part of their social responsibility program Atlantic Beach Homeowners Association and its partner Pam Golding Property Management have donated R10 700 to help Peanut Animal Welfare pay its vet bill. CEO of the Estate, Harry White, explained that animal welfare is closeRead More

'Can we be friends?'

Tale of Two Puppies

17th July 2016 at 10:59 am 0 comments

This is the tale of two puppies. Sasha (3 months) was rescued in Du Noon a while ago by Peanut Animal Welfare. On Saturday she found a home. She also met Amelia, who at 4 months promises to become a big girl. Amelia’s a softie, good with children and otherRead More

Greyhounds: ‘Not Ours’

Greyhounds: ‘Not Ours’

13th July 2016 at 6:46 am 0 comments

The six alleged poachers who were recently found in possession of 11 distressed greyhounds and poached wildlife have denied that they are the owners of the greyhounds. The men appeared in Atlantis magistrate’s court yesterday. ‘Additional charge’ Cape of Good Hope SPCA spokesperson Tara McGovern tells Melkbos.net that the SPCARead More

Peanut has taken care of little Bam Bam.

Honde Gevegte-Vrees

16th May 2016 at 5:42 am 0 comments

Peanut Animal Welfare is baie bekommerd oor die hoeveelheid pitbull hondjies wat hulle verskyning in Melkbosstrand maak. Michelle Worsfold, woordvoerder van die organisasie, sê hulle vrees dat die hondjies in gevegte gebruik gaan word. Worsfold is besorg dat honde wat verdwyn van onder meer die strandgebied, gesteel word en opeindigRead More

Marcelle Nicholas is making breakfast for her mom.

Happy Mother’s Day

7th May 2016 at 12:01 pm 0 comments

Mamma mia! There’s just no end to what mothers will do. They love us and look after us. It’s a bond that doesn’t seem to know any end. We talk to some Melkbos moms about motherhood (and try to talk to others but can’t as they’re too busy). A veryRead More

Lydia van der Pohl lived in Ou Skip.

Ou Skip Woman still not buried

18th April 2016 at 7:33 am 0 comments

Two months after her death, a former resident of Ou Skip has still not been buried. Lydia van der Pohl (76), a feisty former netball champion, died at the end of January in a provincial hospital. Her body was taken from the hospital by a funeral parlour from Atlantis. ItRead More

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