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A massive row erupted on social media last week after Bitou Law Enforcement officers handed out fines to people accompanied by off-leash dogs on Robberg Beach - NIKKI RIDLEY reports
MANY dog-lovers and those fined expressed anger at the perceived unfairness of not being allowed to let dogs run...Read more
POLITICAL uncertainty in Bitou should come to an end this week after the Active United Front (AUF) announced that it would have clarity over discussions around terminating the party’s coalition with the ANC - this after AUF mayor Peter Lobese made a call to end this alliance on April 4.
Thousands of Plettenberg Bay and Knysna residents stood in solidarity with the rest of the country’s call for president Jacob Zuma to step down - YOLANDÉ STANDER reports
ZUMA must fall! Zuma must fall! That was the prevailing sentiment of chants after more than a thousand Plett locals and...Read more
Feedback after a meeting held on April 6 at The Plettenberg hotel to address the problem of crime in the Lookout Rocks area details components of an ‘ambitious and comprehensive’ plan that received much support from all in attendance - NIKKI RIDLEY reports
PLETTENBERG Bay Crime Prevention...Read more
ACCORDING to a South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) statement on April 2, most major highways countrywide are in excellent condition and road users will encounter only limited construction activities during the Easter holiday period.
The holiday - from Friday April 14 to Monday the 17th -...