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Freedom Day celebrated in Kouga

Kouga was blue yesterday as the DA celebrated Freedom Day with beach cleanups, door to door meetings, braai’s and a public meetings.

Freedom Day is an annual celebration of South Africa’s first non-racial democratic elections of 1994. 268 more words

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Cape Town turned out to be quite the vortex. After two weeks spiralling closer and closer to the eye, Johan pulled us out of the water and into his Freelander 2. 354 more words

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Keeping Fit in Jeffreys Bay

A YouTube travel guide for Cape Town once referred to the city as salubrious and, after looking up what it meant, I agreed. But only on the weekend. 597 more words


No water supply for Jeffreys Bay on Thursday

The water supply to the whole of Jeffreys Bay will be shut off on Thursday (19 April).

The shutdown, which was initially scheduled for Tuesday, is necessary to repair a leak in the main pipeline from the Churchill Dam. 76 more words

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Road tripping in the Eastern Cape

Spending sixteen hours in a car is a grueling prospect. It’s the equivalent of a long-haul flight, except with icky petrol station bathroom breaks instead of having to clamber over the sleeping passenger in the (way too small) seat next to you. 572 more words

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Our Wild Coast Adventure 

Cows, goats, donkeys, chickens and dogs…the villagers of the Transkei have dubbed these five animals their very own Big Five (fun fact). The difference between this Big Five and South Africa’s so-called Big Five? 6,411 more words

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How to find my voting station

The first registration weekend for next year’s national and provincial government elections takes place on March 10 and 11.

Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen encouraged all residents to make use of the opportunity to check whether their names and addresses are correct on the voter’s roll. 208 more words

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