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First slack pack hiking trail for St Francis ESTI STEWART


HE Chokka Trail, a new 58km slack packing route through the greater St Francis and a first for the area, is now open for bookings. Ancient Khoisan fish traps, shell middens and a calamari tasting on day three are highlights of the route and a true celebration of tourism and heritage month. St Francis Bay, Oyster Bay and Cape St Francis, the rugged coastline, a unique dune bypass system, a tidal river, protected fynbos, archaeological sites, wetlands and a visit to one of South Africa’s few working small harbours, Port St Francis, are the ingredients that make up the Chokka Trail. The four day/three night route will start at the St Francis Links, from where hikers will be transported to Oyster Bay for a warm up walk to Thysbaai, where the ancient fish traps are visible during low tide. Dinner will be served on the deck of Oyster Bay Beach Lodge. On day two hikers will walk back to St Francis Bay via the Sand River, a dune bypass system and highway of rolling sand dunes with an amazing view over the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area to the north. Shell middens can be found and at almost 18km, this is the lon-

gest section of the trail. The Cape St Francis Resort is host for the second night, and will transport hikers to Mostertshoek the next morning. The shoreline of Cape St Francis and St Francis Bay is part of the Coastal Cradle of Mankind, and together with a variety of fynbos you have a chance to see Southern Right whales, dolphins, otters and small game like duiker and bushbuck. The SANCCOB Penguin Rehabilitation Centre at Seal Point is included in the trail and the highlight of the day a calamari tasting at Port St Francis, the only privately owned working harbour in South Africa. After visiting a restored chokka boat, hikers will be transported to Brisan B&B on the Canals in time for a canal cruise before dinner. The Chokka Trail finishes with an 11km walk from The Cove via the Kromme River and Sand River into the St Francis Links, where a network of secret trails awaits in the coastal thicket, alive with birds and caracal, bushbuck, bush pig and porcupine, mongoose and genet. Individual day walks can also be arranged. More information including rates can be found on The trail is closed from December 16 to January 7 each year.

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IE reuk van geurige bredie vul die lug op ’n koue lente-oggend, met die naderstap kan jy byna hoor hoe die houttafel onder die gewig van ’n yslike skottel spierwit rys kreun. Jy moet net keer, of jy gaan staan self in die ry vir ’n bord stomende kos. Watertand stap jy weg, want jy weet dié maaltyd is honderde kinders se enigste bord voedsame kos vir die dag. Die 351 leerders van die Patensie Sekondêre Skool, waarvan die meerderheid uit minderbevoorregte huise kom, geniet nou elke skooldag ’n warm bord kos danksy die Departement van Onderwys se voedingskema wat onlangs by die skool op die been gebring is. Dié soort skema was voorheen tot laerskole beperk. Volgens waarnemede skoolhoof Cecil Madeley maak die voedingskema ’n noemenswaardige verskil. “Skoolbywoning het toegeneem, dissipline by die skool het in ’n groot mate verbeter en die leerders is baie meer gemotiveerd nou dat hulle by die skool kan eet,” sê Madeley.

“Die voedingskema help leerders om energie vir die skooldag te hê, asook die meer as 140 leerders van naburige plase om vir hul vervoer terug huis toe te wag.” “Meer as 140 kinders word daagliks van naburige plase na die skool en terug huis toe vervoer. Na skool kom hulle eers baie laat by hulle huise. Die voedingskema help die kinders om ten minste energie vir die skooldag te hê, asook om geduldig vir hul vervoer te wag.” Volgens Madeley is elke leerder daagliks van ’n bord kos verseker. “Daar is nie een kind in die skool wat nie van die voedingskema gebruik maak nie waar die klem op groente en vars vrugte is,” sê hy. Aldus Madeley het die funksie van die skool nou uitgebrei. “Met die voedingskema verskaf ons werk aan drie moeders wat die kook- en opskepwerk doen. Ons is werkverskaffer aan die organisasies en kontrakteurs wat voorrade aan die skool voorsien. Die skool het nou ’n besigheidskarakter aangeneem.” Skenkings van groente en vrugte is baie welkom. Die skool het verder ook ’n behoefte aan A4-skryfboeke vir leerders. Vir donasies, kontak Madelay by 0 083 723 7201.

Christina Olyn, Rosie Booysen, skoohoof Cecil Madeley en Steweline Wentzel sorg daagliks dat die leerders van die Patensie Sekondêre Skool ’n warm bord kos kry. By hulle is leerder Elroy Jack.


Kouga Wind Farm on track at Oyster Bay CONSTRUCTION of the R2 billion Kouga Wind Farm at Oyster Bay is on track with work teams upgrading access roads and casting foundation bases for the 32 turbines. When operational in the final quarter of 2014, the wind farm will generate 80MW of clean and renewable power. According to Pieter Taljaard, the site construction manager, 12 of the 32 concrete bases each of which is 20m in diametre to support the 80m high turbines, have been cast. “Progress has been very good with the weather being very kind to us. Work is generally on track and in some instances even ahead of schedule,” said Taljaard. Shipping of the turbine equipment and parts will take place between December 2013 and May 2014 with the delivery and erection


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of the turbines scheduled to take place between February and September 2014, depending on the weather conditions. Work has also started on the wind farm substation and is progressing well, while the electrical long lead items and switchgear have been ordered and will be installed during the first half of 2014. Eskom is responsible for the electrical grid connection and overhead power line to the Kouga Wind Farm, and is on track to ensure the June 2014 grid connection date is met. “Individual turbines at the Kouga Wind Farm will join the grid in June 2014, with the full 32-turbines being operational by December 2014,” said Kouga Wind Farm project manager Chris Els. A defining feature of the Kouga Wind Farm

is that it far exceeds the new minimum threshold of 2.5% community participation set for each Renewable Energy Bid. The Kouga Wind Farm Community Development Trust holds a 26% shareholding in the project company and will derive income from the sale of electricity to fund health, welfare, education, local infrastructural and enterprise development projects. The Kouga Wind Farm Project team and its sub-contractors have amongst others, been involved in the following community initiatives: .As part of the infrastructure development, Power Construction and Nordex have spent in excess of R150 000 upgrading the main access road between St Francis Bay, Oyster Bay and Humansdorp

.Donated food parcels and blankets to the Sea Vista families in St Francis Bay who lost their homes when a fire broke out on Sunday 28 July 2013. .In a joint initiative with Power Construction the KWF team provides a free clinic transport service from the Oyster Bay community hall to the clinic in Humansdorp. “The wind farm is working closely with the Kouga Municipality and the local community to identify further areas of need in the area, as well as to plan its CSI initiatives in preparation for the operating phase. Once the wind farm is commercially operational the wind farm’s investment into the community, as well as that of the community trust will increase exponentially” said Mark Tanton, a director of the wind farm.

Tsitsikamma Tourism brings home prestigious award An energetic and jubilant team from the Tsitsikamma Tourism Association collected the coveted “Best Tour Operator” Award of Excellence nationally, from the organisers of the 2013 Getaway Show held at the Coca Cola Dome in Gauteng. Tsisikamma Tourism’s stand was filled with spectacular visuals of the Garden Route Region. Proteas and fynbos from the Regyne Protea Farm added to the colourful presentation. Tsitsikamma Crystal, suppliers of pristine spring water of the region, made sure that everybody got to taste this much sought after product.


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AfriForum besorg oor hoër misdaad in Langkloof­distrik DIE burgerregte-organisasie, AfriForum, is besorg oor baie inwoners van Joubertina en Kareedouw nie by ’n gemeenskapveiligheidsnetwerk betrokke is nie - dit wyl misdaad hier styg. Reg Crewe, AfriForum se hoof van gemeenskapsveiligheid, sê Joubertina toon ’n dramatiese styging in alkoholen dwelmverwante misdade. Crewe sê dit is moontlik die rede vir die toename in diefstalle uit voertuie wees. Inbrake by ondernemings in die Langkloof-distrik het ook toegeneem. “Dit is nodig vir inwoners om by hulle gemeenskapspolisiëringsforums en buurtwagte betrokke te raak. AfriForum kan inwoners help om ’n veiligheidsnetwerk te

skep. Ons begin gewoonlik deur ’n radiokommunikasienet-werk te skep of om per SMS en e-pos te kommunikeer. Die volgende stap is om mekaar in krisistye te ondersteun. Soos die netwerk groei, kan die gemeenskap ander fasette byvoeg. Daar is geen twyfel nie dat gemeenskappe wat saamstaan misdaad kán hokslaan,” sê Crewe. AfriForum het aan die begin van Augustus ’n nasionale veldtog van stapel gestuur waar inwoners die diens van hul plaaslike polisiestasie kan gradeer en die veiligheid van hulle gemeenskappe en dorpe kan analiseer. Inwoners word aangemoedig om aan die meningspeiling deel te neem. Dit is op AfriForum se webblad by

Visserman oorleef na anker hom bodem toe trek RIAAN MARAIS “AS die man ’n kat was, het hy Maandagaand agt van sy lewens opgebruik.” Só sê Stuart Obray, vrywilliger-paramedikus van die Nasionale Seereddingsinstituut (NSRI), na ’n ankertou om ’n man se bobeen gesnoer, hom oorboord gepluk en hy saam met ’n anker van ’n halfton onder die water gesink het. “Daai man moes ’n geluksengel op sy skouer gehad het om dit te kon oorleef.” Obray en ander lede van die NSRI in St. Francisbaai het Maandagaand sowat 25 seemyl na die skip, Rigel IV, gevaar nadat ’n noodberig uitgestuur is dat ’n bemanningslid “saam met ’n anker oorboord gegaan het”. Op die skip self het die NSRI-span verneem dat die ongeluk gebeur het onderwyl die bemanning kreefhokke, vasgemaak aan ’n lang kabel met ’n halfton anker aan die een punt, in die water gegooi het. Die ander punt van die kabel is aan ’n motor-katrol op die skip vasgemaak sodat die kreefhokke weer opgetrek kan word. Met die gooi-aksie is die 30-jarige bemanningslid (wie se naam nie bekend gemaak is nie) se been in die kabel vasgevang en is hy saam met die anker oorboord. Een van sy kollegas het dit gelukkig gesien en kon die punt van die tou lossny sodat dit om sy been losgegaan het.

“Danksy die man se reddingsbaadjie kon die bemanning sien waar hy is. Die boot is omgedraai, die man is uit die water gehelp en teen daardie tyd was ons reeds onderweg,” sê Leon Scheepers, mede-paramedikus. Aan boord het Obray vasgestel die man se been is hoog bo die knie gebreek. “Die been was ook byna drie keer dikker as die ander een weens inwendige bloeding.” By die NSRI-basis het ’n munisipale ambulans die man na die Humansdorp-hospitaal geneem. Hy is later na die Livingstone-hospitaal oorgeplaas. Hy het ’n gebreekte femur en bekkenbeen en sy toestand is bedenklik.

SPCA awards honorary membership Jamie Smith, a learner at Jeffreys Bay High School, was bestowed the first lifelong Honorary Membership by the Humansdorp SPCA for her devotion and hard work. She recently raised over R10 000 for the SPCA. With her are (from left) Humansdorp SPCA committee members Lize du Preez, Dee Griffiths, Joy van Hemmmert, Roz Singleton and Louise Bakkes. PHOTO:MONIQUE BASSON


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Leon Scheepers en Stuart Obray, vrywiller paramedici van die NSRI, vertel hoe hulle Maandagaand ’n man gehelp het wat deur ?n halfton anker onder die water getrek was. Die man het sy boobeen en bekkenbeen gebreek en word tans by die Livingstone­hospitaal behandel. FOTO: THEO JEPTHA

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Shell Festival makes way for Heritage celebrations THIS September marks the dawn of a new age for Jeffreys Bay, with the Shell Festival making way for the inaugural Kouga Heritage Celebrations. Set to take place on Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22, the Kouga Heritage Celebrations will replace the Shell Festival and lay the foundation for a new festival to be presented from next year. Tourism portfolio councillor Virginia Camealio-Benjamin said the Kouga Heritage Celebrations would showcase the colourful cultural mix of the Kouga area, including Khoisan, isiXhosa and Afrikaner. The programme will include dancing, music, food and indigenous games. It will take place at Dolphin Beach, Jeffreys Bay. There will also be a market where the local community will have the opportunity to sell their wares. The market section will run until September 24.

“September is both Tourism Month and Heritage Month. The celebrations will pay tribute to our rich cultural heritage and acknowledge the importance of tourism as an economic driver of the area,” she said. A heritage awareness campaign for local grade eleven learners will furthermore be held in the run-up to the celebrations. The learners will be taken on a heritage tour of the Hankey area on September 19. The purpose of the tour is to raise awareness of local heritage sites and to introduce young people to the career opportunities available in the heritage field. A Rhodes University heritage expert will be among those to address the children on the day. The celebrations and awareness campaign are a joint initiative of Kouga Municipality, the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, the Cacadu District Municipality and East Cape Parks and Tourism.

Man verskyn in hof vir moord ’n Jong man van Sea Vista is aangekla vir moord na hy ’n ander man met ’n mes doodgesteek het. Volgens lt. Gavin Muller van die St Francisbaai-polisie, het die betrokke voorval omstreeks 19:00 op 1 September in Sea Vista plaasgevind. “Die oorledene, Eldrich Ruiters (22) en Calvin Christopher Plaatjies (25) het oppad huis toe van ’n nabygeleë taverne in

’n rusie betrokke geraak ,” sê Muller. “Hulle het vermoedelik gestry oor geld wat tussen hulle verdeel moes word. Tydens die russie het Plaatjies glo vir Eldrich met ’n mes in die nek gesteek.” Volgens Muller is Ruiters twee ure later weens bloedverlies in die hospitaal oorlede. Plaatjies het verlede Woensdag in die Humansdorp Landroshof op ’n aanklag van moord verskyn.

18kg dagga seized by Joubertina Police MORE than 18kg dagga, valued at R37 000, was seized by the Joubertina Police earlier this week. Police members clamped down on a house in Rooibrug, Nuweplaas in Misgund on 9 September at approximately 11:00 where they confiscated dagga to the value of more than R18 000. A 42-year-old man was arrested for the

illegal possession of dagga and appeared in the Joubertina Magistrate’s Court. In an unrelated incidents, just minutes later, information received from members of the public, led them to the riverbanks in the same area where dagga to the value of R19 850 was seized. No arrests were made in the second incident.

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JEFFREYS Bay Police members have been hard at work with a number of convictions, totalling 18 years imprisonment, secured in August. Four criminals have been successfully convicted and send to prison for crimes including house breaking, theft and fraud. Two suspects have been sent to jail for

four years respectively for house breaking and theft. Another suspect will spend five years behind bars for theft, while a fourth suspect has been imprisoned for five years for fraud. The arrests were made by cst l. Solombela, cst M.M. Peter and w/o J.J.P. van Niekerk.

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Jeffreys secure good arrests Constable Johan Sauls (left) and constable Nathan Didloft arrested suspects Jonathan Prins (20) from Patensie and Jonathan du Toit (18) from Tokyo Sexwale on a warrant of arrest for housebreaking and theft last Wednesday. They appeared in the Humansdorp court on Friday. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Copper and shackles confiscated Copper cable and shackles used for electrical cables to the value of R20 000 were confiscated by w/o Johnny Hayward on September 5. John Kunene (38) from Thornhill was arrested. The police is looking into the possibility that the suspect might be link with similar cases from Hankey, Patensie and Thornhill.




Cycling through Africa at 65 MONIQUE BASSON


FTER three years of planning Jeffreys Bay’s own great adventurer who have crossed the continent in search of the ultimate adventure, will now embark on a journey of a lifetime. Not only will he revisit some of his favourite countries and small towns, but will also for the very first time explore North Africa - all from the comfort of his bicycle. At the age of 65, Rob Lindegger will undertake a solo cycle through Africa. Rob, who left Underberg in Cape Town in April, has spent winter in Jeffreys Bay and, come November, will be cycling to Cape Town where he will finalise the African leg of his trip. From Cape Town he will cycle up the west coast through Namibia, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, the Sudan/ Ethiopia and Egypt, across into Europe and to Spain. Once in Spain, he plans to look at the possibilities of cycling east. “I am in no rush, I gave up rushing when I gave up work. I sold all my worldly possessions and this is now my way of life - all 51kg of it,” says Rob. With this adventure, a life long dream will come true. “In 2001, my wife lost her safari business in Tanzania with the 9/11 and we returned to South Africa bankrupt. When we arrived here, we only had 13 tin trunks of possessions and three cats. I swore then I would do some

sort of trip through Africa. In Ballito I was introduced to Rotary International and planned a 10 year solo circumnavigation. Due to circumstances we put the ride on hold. But, I was not prepared to just give up,” says Rob. “Now, 12 years later, the time is right.” He says: “I originally planned to buy a boat, but then things changed and I decided to walk through Africa with a pram. Now, with the dream about to become a reality, I have swopped the pram for a bicycle.” According to Rob, who has always enjoyed an adventure and travelled most of his life, the travelling has so far been physically and mentally rewarding. “It has opened up my eyes to the beauty around me and I have met some lovely people. You miss so much when you go home after work and watch television.” And how long did he train beforehand? “The ride is the training - the training along the way is part of the experience. I plan to ride at least 30km in the morning and another 30km in the evening.” Rob believes that it is very important to travel as light as possible. “I only carry with me my clothes, cooking gear, camping gear, camera, food, toiletries, first aid kit and the necessary paperwork. “Food is limited to the basics: jungle oats for 4 to 5 days, pasta, tea and coffee, packets of pasta sauce and water. I buy fresh fruit and vegetables and occasionally treat myself to a meal at a local Wimpy. “Once in Namibia I will have to carry more

food and water for the longer distances between towns.” He says: “If my health does not keep, I will complete the journey by any other means necessary. Finishing the trip is the most important thing - no matter how long it takes or what mode of transport I must use,” said Rob. Rob is doing the ride for a number of reasons. Firstly to promote Rotary International and secondly to raise funds for Pevensey Place in Underberg, Cape Town. But, more importantly, to illustrate that there can be an active life after 60.

To date, he has spent R48 000 on his journey. This includes buying the bike, clothing and necessary gear. “There is so much out there - grab it. If you have the capability and means, get out and do it. Slow down, stay healthy and enjoy. Take your partner by the hand - if you do not have a partner, take yourself by the hand, that is why God gave you two hands - and begin,” says Rob. For more information and to follow Rob’s cycling tour through Africa, visit his webpage at

At the age of 65, Rob Lindegger is undertaking a solo cycle through Africa. PHOTO:MONIQUE BASSON

Pantry offers hope and help MONIQUE BASSON SKIPPING dinner, eating less, eating less well or not even knowing where your next meal will come from. This is what many people face every day. A local samaritan now hopes not only provide those in need with much-needed food, but also to make a lasting difference with a heaping dose of compassion - all with the help of the community. Samantha du Toit recently established the Food Pantry in Jeffreys Bay. According to her, the Food Pantry is a critical link between food and the people who need it. “Food insecurity impacts people in all walks of life. We want to reach them all - from working families to senior citizens,” says Samantha. According to Samantha, the Hope Pantry is

a God inspired idea. “So many people in Jeffreys Bay are struggling to make ends meet and go to bed hungry at night. With the project, we hope not only to feed those who are hungry, but to also give them hope. “One must have compassion, that is what compels me to do something. By fulfilling physical needs in our community and distributing food, we aim to show everyone they are loved and valued.” Samantha says that the Hope Pantry is an all-volunteer non-profit organisation. “Our mission is to feed children, families and everyday people who go hungry for reasons ranging from money shortage to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. “We are appealing to the community to get involved and help fight hunger in our town. Many of us have friends and family to turn to when the going gets tough, but what if your

family could no longer help and you had nowhere else to go? “Hunger touches every community and with food prices rising, many families can’t even afford the basics. Open your heart and cupboards - together we can make a difference.” For more information, Samantha du Toit at 0 072 289 6180. How to get involved KVolunteers with cars to drop off food. KFarmers with surplus produce can donate to the pantry. KSomeone who is willing to pick the surplus fruit or vegetables for the pantry KDonate any non-perishable food. Items that can be donated KStarches: cereal, rice, flour, maize and pasta

KProtein: dried beans, lentils, tinned fish, mince, chicken, life ling milk and peanut butter KFruit: fresh fruit, jams, canned fruit KVegetables: fresh vegetables, frozen mixed vegetables, tinned vegetables KOther: cooking oil, sugar, toilet paper, toiletries, etc. Items may be dropped of at 10 Impala Street - Little Seahorse Monessori School - on a Friday between 09:00 and 11:00. Baked goods are welcome. Items can also be dropped off at local participating supermarkets. Hope Pantry hours Saturdays from 10:00 to 12:00 Little Seahorse Montessori 10 Impala Street Jeffreys Bay

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Leerders van die Victory Christian Skool het Vrydag hul jaarlikse herwinningsprojek saam met Loslitdag gehou. Leerders het sakke vol glas, blikies en plastiek skool toe gebring. By van die herwin­ ningsmateriaal is (van links) Chantelle Blom, Simoné van Leeuwen, Robin Blom, Genivieve Joubert, Miché Genis en Mikayla Bester.

DIE Loerie Nartjiefees, een van die gewildste gesinsfeeste in die OosKaap, word op Saterdag, 28 September op Loerie gehou. Besoekers aan vanjaar se Nartjiefees kan met groot opgewondenheid uitsien na talle stalletjies en optredes deur van die land se top-kunstenaars. top-musikante soos Pieter Koen, Mathys Roets, David Fourie, Dillon Lerm, Helene Bester, Lance James, Barbara Ray en Barneace Slabbert gaan die verhoog aan die brand sing. Stalletjies met plaasvars groente en vrugte wat stroopsoet nartjies vanuit die Gamtoosvallei insluit, is ’n groot aantrekkingskrag. Die kosstalletjies gaan kreun onder ontbytbroodjies, sosaties, boereworsrolle, roosterkoek, kerrie en rys, hamburgers, pannekoek, die lekkerste basaarpoeding, biltong en vele meer. Dan is daar ook die gewilde nartjie-eetkompetisie. Jong skoonhede van die Kouga gaan gaan tydens die fees die gehoor vermaak. ’n Nuutjie by die fees is ’n Mnr Nartjiepit-kompetisies. Slegs seuns tussen die ouderdom van drie tot tien kan inskryf. Die bekendstelling van die deelnemers vind op 14 September in die Fountains Mall plaas. Inskrywings tydens die fees sal aanvaar word. Vir navrae, kontak Amanda by 0 042 287 0634 of stuur ’n e-pos na Vir meer inligting, besoek hul webblad


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Boskloof Hiking Trail a must MONIQUE BASSON


EED a break away from the city? Then put on your hiking boots, grab your bottle of water and set off on foot to explore the magnificent flora that the Kouga has to offer. You could not pick a better spot than the Boskloof Hiking Trail on the outskirts of the picturesque Humansdorp where you will be able to see, smell and touch the variety of plants and trees and experience nature from up close. The trail is short and easy, perfect for anyone keen to experience nature without too much effort. The day I went on the hike, the weather conditions were perfect - cool winds and blue

skies overhead. Our group consisting of members of Humansdorp Tourism and learners from Humansdorp Secondary School, set off in anticipation of cool bush, streams and beautiful views. Once on the trail all sight and sound of civilisation miraculously disappeared and it felt as if we were kilometres from Humansdorp. Bird song, some of the most incredible scenery and spring flowers accompanied us as we headed down the trail. I confess to moaning silently under my breath as a downhill inevitably means an accompanying uphill, but it wasn’t until later that we had to ascend - and it wasn’t all that challenging. Yellow wood trees some as old as 800 years, neat little flowers, fynbos, rocks, eucalyptus trees, September bushes, assegaaibos, acacias, coast aloes and numerous river cross-

ings met us along the way. After about two hours of drinking in the breathtaking scenery and a few down- and uphills, we reached the end of the trail. There are two access points to the Boskloof Hiking Trail, either from the north-east corner of the traffic/fire department grounds just past the Koelkor abattoir, or alternatively across the road from the offices of MooreStephens accountants, at the eastern end of Voortrekker Street, leaving Humansdorp on the road to Jeffreys Bay. It can be enjoyed as a short trail of about 50 – 60 minutes, by taking the marked short cut, or as a longer walk of about 1½ - 2 hours, depending on your pace. It is far better to take three or more hours and savour the beauty of nature rather than rushing it. If you start from the Jeffreys Bay road, the first 100 metres of the trail follow an Eskom

power line, but once you have crossed the Apple Express railway line, you are surrounded by thicket vegetation and short forest until the point where the trail drops down into the kloof and follows the stream through temperate forest back to the railway line. The Boskloof trail provides a wonderful excursion for nature-loving families and school outings and can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Pack some light refreshments or a picnic basket and some sun-screen and enjoy a day out in one of the area’s secret beauty spots. On windy days when the beaches are miserable, the Boskloof trail is sheltered from the wind for most of its length. A walking stick will help you to cross the rive,r especially if it is in flood. For more information, contact Humansdorp Tourism chairperson, Raccinne Khan at 0 081 271 3313.

=Chairper­ son of Hu­ mansdorp Tourism, Raccinne Khan (middle) and Humans­ dorp Secondary School learners Gassan and Goesain Mohamed.

The Boskloof Hiking Trail. Learners from Humansdorp Secondary School picked up the rubbish along the way.

=Showing the way.

<Brian Ceasar.

Farmers Market to bloom at Cultural Centre MONIQUE BASSON THE Kouga Cultural Centre in Humansdorp will soon be home to a new Farmers Market, providing a new shopping destination for residents and visitors. The site will be home to fresh fruit, vegetables and craft stalls offering produce and goods created by local farmers and skilled craft people. From strawberries to bread, green beans to flowers, and everything in between, local residents and international visitors will find carefully selected goods to suit the most discerning tastes, at consistently reasonable prices. "The stalls at the market are set to comprise of a

sophisticated mix of local produce and crafts. All goods are priced to ensure that everything remains accessible and affordable," says Humansdorp Tourism chairperson Raccine Khan. "Stall holders will be selected through a rigorous research and interview process. All goods must be sourced from the local Humansdorp and surrounding areas and they must be produced, grown or processed in the area. This means that stall holders can showcase their products to an international market while injecting crucial trade revenue that stays within the area." The first Farmers Market is set to take place on October 1. For more information, contact Raccinne Khan at 0 081 271 3313.

Enjoy an evening with the Divas THREE Divas and a Divo will take to the stage in Humansdorp this month. Lee-Anne Wales, Charmaine Allison, Raccinne Khan and 2012 Idols runner-up Melissa Allison will, along with Elston Benjamin, will woo audience members with songs from Tina Turner, Shirley Bassey, Gladys Knight, Julio

Iglesias and Engelbert Humperdinck. The show takes place at Vosloo Park in Humansdorp on September 28 from 18:30 to 23:30. Tickets cost R70 per person and include a light meal and a beverage. To book or for more information, contact Raccinne Khan at 0 081 271 3313.

Jeanne Els te sien by moedergemeente Jeanne Els, ’n gesoute joernalis, spreker en rubriekskrywer, tree op 14 September om 09:30 by die NG Moedergemeente in Humansdorp op. Haar vier boeke sal ook te koop aangebied word. Kaartjies kos R80 per persoon. Vir kaartjies skakel die kerkkantoor by 0 042 295 2006. Vir meer inligting, kontak Lida van Onselen by 0 042 295 2644 of 0 083 962 2417. FOTO:VERSKAF



Win a Megamaster braai by uploading your Braai Day photos DECIDE on your menu, buy enough wood and fire starters and charge your camera’s batteries, because National Braai Day is fast approaching. September 24 is known in South Africa as Heritage Day, but in recent years it is also celebrated as Braai Day. And the OP Koerante group, to which Kouga Express belongs, in association with Builders Express and Megamaster, wants to share in your celebrations by giving one lucky reader a Megamaster 600 Terrace Round braai to the value of R1 600. Sebastians Butchery is also giving away a big meat hamper to one lucky reader. All you have to do to stand a chance of

winning one of these prizes, is to upload your Braai Day photo(s) on our website (click on “Upload your photo” on our website) at . You have time until Friday, September 27, to upload and share your pictures with us. The winner will be contacted by means of contact details provided to us. Win a Megamas­ ter 600 Terrace Round braai to the value of R1 600 by uploading your Braai Day photos.



Stand is confident, friendly and just wants to please everybody. All he asks if for someone to love him. To adopt Dobbie, Bobi or Stand, contact the Humansdorp SPCA at 0 042 293 1753 or phone their emergency number 0 073 121 8963.

Bobi does not deserve to be at the kennels. He has the most beautiful nature and would be an asset to any home. He will be good company and has loads of love to give.

Dobbie, a 4­month­old miniature pincher, loves to be cuddled and carried. She needs a bed to curl into and to be loved.




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JEFFREYS BAY ZONING SCHEME REGULATION 1999 Notice is hereby given that in terms of Clause 3.2 of the abovementioned Town Planning Scheme, that Wernich Cronje intend applying to the Kouga Municipality for consent to use Erf 1175 Jeffreys Bay and the existing buildings thereon for a Guest House. The land is zoned “Single Residential B” in terms of the abovementioned Town Planning Scheme. Motivated objections, if any, against this application must be lodged in writing with The Municipal Manager, Kouga Municipality, Jeffreys Bay Unit, PO Box 21, Jeffreys Bay, 6330 and the under mentioned not later than 27 September 2013.

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KOUGA MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO. 104/2013 INTERRUPTION OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INTERRUPTION OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY: AREAS AFFECTRED: KWANOMZAMO AND BOSKLOOF Kindly note that the electricity supply will be interrupted on the dates and times as indicated below: This interruption is necessary for new installation work and planned maintenance. All electrical appliances must be treated as live during this down period. The shutdown is subject to inclement weather DATES Tuesday 17 September 2013 Alternative date: Thursday 19 Sept2013

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Die Humansdorpse Koöperasie Bpk Handeldrywend / Trading as

Die Koöperasie, met sy hoofkantoor te Humansdorp is geleë digby gesogte strandoorde soos Jeffreysbaai en St Francisbaai en slegs 100km vanaf Port Elizabeth. Ons bedieningsgebied sluit onder andere die Visriviervallei, Tsitsikamma- en Langkloofareas wat as die mekka van melkproduksie beskou word in, asook sitrusvrugte- en varsprodukte-boerderybedrywighede in die Gamtoosriviervallei en Sondagsriviervallei.

JUNIOR VOORRADE KLERK - HUMANSDORP TAK Die Posbekleër rapporteer direk aan dieVoorrade Ontvangsklerk en moet aan die volgende vereistes voldoen: MINIMUM OPVOEDKUNDIGE VEREISTES / BEVOEGDHEDE & VAARDIGHEDE • ‘n Toepaslik gekwalifiseerde persoon, verkieslik met Graad 12 (Std 10) en genoegsame ondervinding in n voorraadstoor; • Positiewe ingesteldheid ten opsigte van uitnemende kliëntediens deur akkurate voorraadontvangste; • Kennis en ervaring m.b.t voorraadbeheerstelsels; • Die vermoë om aan 'n verskeidenheid van take gelyktydig aandag te gee, maar steeds akkuraat tewerk gaan; • Bereidwilligheid om ook laer-vlak werk te doen soos wat operasionele vereistes dit vewag; • Probleemoplossingsvaardighede; • Sterk interpersoonlike kommunikasievaardighede. SLEUTEL PRESTASIE AREAS • Voorraadhouding en verliesbeheer; • Ontvang van voorraad vanaf verskaffers met aflewering; • Sorg dat gelewerde voorraad binne in ontvangsstoor kom; • Sorg dat voorraadontvangshulpe produktief werk; • Sorg virAlgemene netheid in ontvangsstoor; • Voorraad tel en vervaldatums kontroleer; • Doen daaglikse prysveranderinge; • Kyk dat kratte vol is asook plak van itemplakkers; • Pak voorraad uit op ontvangsrakke en in winkel; • Help voorrade klerk met rekenaar ontvangstes. KARAKTER EIENSKAPPE • Openbaar altyd 'n positiewe en vriendelike gesindheid teenoor kliënte, verskaffers en medepersoneel; • Persoon moet baie goed kan inskakel by die waardes en kultuur van die Koöperasie. Kandidate wat aan die vereistes voldoen word aangemoedig om aansoek te doen deur ‚n volledige CV & dekbrief, asook afskrifte van kwalifikasies te stuur aan: Die Menslike Hulpbronne Bestuurder, Posbus 27, HUMANSDORP, 6300 / E-pos aan / Faks 086 718 2813 / Tel: (042) 295 1082. SLUITINGSDATUM: WOENSDAG 25 SEPTEMBER 2013 Indien u nie voor 25 Oktober 2013 gekontak word nie, kan u aanvaar dat u aansoek onsuksesvol was. 1CFDV8K-120913-KG-mgesci-junior



Die Hoërskool Nico Malan

Die Laerskool Stulting Willem Rautenbach, Alandré van Rooyen, Martin Pretorius, Cornel Sten, Delarey Olivier, Dean van der Westhui­ zen, Tristan Weyer, Ruben Botha, Rike­Mari du Preez, Tanya Swanepoel, Nadine Barnard, Elbé du Toit, Mieke Potgieter, Yolandé Oosthuizen, Jancke Bouwer, Wikus Jooste, Armand de Lange, Marizan du Bruyn, Sharissa Scholtz, Mitchell Arends, Chloé Rademey­ er, Robyn Jacobs, Chané Chamberlain en Charlton Geswint van die Hoërskool Nico Malan is gekies vir die skool se UK 2014. FOTO:VERSKAF

GLA’s talent on Tiener-Zone An episode for TienerZoneTV, presented by Anthonie Bougas, was recorded at Global Leadership Academy on September 3. Tiener­ ZoneTV has identified 20 unique schools across the country with the goal to discover the talent in rural South Africa. For the first time in the history of the event, 6 pupils from one school were selected to go through to the National Finals in Cape Town to be held in November 2014. Yolanda Soji was the audience favourite and was an­ nounced the winner on Tuesday night. Five more students, Mignon Venter, Rhys Pegram, Olwethu Katoo, Annabelle Hift and Lara van der Walt were picked by the producers and will represent the school at the upcoming “Solis vir Christus” finals. The winner will win prizes to the value of R70 000 which includes a CD contract, marketing and music video. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Victory Christian School

Minandi Minandi Venter, Ethan Moore, Daniah de Viliiers, Elandri Venter, Bianca Felita and Aviwe Sibeko from the Victory Christian School participated in the semi­finals of the Bay FM singing competition in Despatch. Three of the students went through to the finals which is on September 14. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Lucien van Wyk het ’n brons medalje tydens ’n Taekwando­kompetisie in Uitenhage verower. Hy is gekies om aan die nasionale kompetisie in Johannesburg deel te neem. FOTO:VERSKAF


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Janecke Stapelberg (links), Calyla Smith en Stephani Stapelberg van die Hoërskool McLachlan het onlangs aan die jaarlikse ekspo vir jong wetenskaplikes in PE deelgeneem. Die drie leerders het goue toeken­ nings ontvang en is gekies om die Port Elizabeth­streek by die "Eskom Expo International Science Fair" in Boksburg te verteenwoording. FOTO:VERSKAF



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The challenge is on THE Kouga Sports Council (KSC) will host a series of four beach sport challenges at Dolphin Beach in Jeffreys Bay from September 21 to 24. Participants can look forward to beach netball, beach volleyball, beach cricket and beach soccer.

Krieket kraai die maand koning in Jeffreysbaai

The rules for each sport will be explained at the captain's briefing at 09:15 each day. The challenges are open to all interested, and cash prizes will be awarded to winners. Entries are limited. For more information, visit or contact Anina Eygelaar at 0 072 958 6013.

Die Zuuranys Primêre Skool

KRIEKETSPANNE van regoor die Oos-Kaap sak die maand op Jeffreysbaai toe waar hulle teen Mentors J-Bay Krieketklub kragte meet. Eerste op die lys is ’n toerspan van Port Alfred wat op 14 en 15 September hul staal gaan wys. Net die volgende naweek besoek toerspanne van Despatch en George

Jeffreysbaai vir vriendskaplike wedstryde. Spelers oefen reeds fluks by die Mentors Landgoed. Voornemende spelers is welkom om by die oefeninge aan te sluit en deel van die vriendskaplike wedstryde voor Oktober te vorm. Vir meer inligting, kontak Stefnus by 0 073 974 5332.

Castrol Winterberg Enduro

Die o.10 netbalspan van die Zuuranys Primêre Skool is tydens die Laerskool Stulting se sportdag as die o.10 span van die dag aangewys. Hulle het ook ’n toekenning vir die beste o.10 aanvallende speler ontvang. Die leerders is Laurinda, Hayle, Aphiwe, Ponkie, Lindie, Penina en Bianca. FOTO:VERSKAF

Die Laerskool Jeffreysbaai Die o.13 netbalspan van die Laerskool Jeffreysbaai het tydens die Laerskool Stulting se Sportdag uitstekend gevaar. Die spelers is Nicole Heppell (verdediger van die dag), Wendy Mzangwa (doel van die dag) en Angela Wait (verdediger van die dag).

The popular Castrol Winterberg Enduro will be held at Patensie Sports Club on Saturday. The loop is described as absolutely awesome with the most gruelling riverbed to tackle. There will be excellent spectator points, and the event is a real family outing for those who fancy outdoor action. Seen above is CJ Basson in action during last year’s race. For more information and an idea what the loop looks like visit www.roverm­ or contact Mornay 0 041 991 0300. PHOTO:SUPPLIED


Bringing home the medals

Gholf uitslae Die Laerskool Jeffreysbaai Gholfdag 7 September: Ind Stableford Mans 1. Peter Faulkner (43 pts) 2. Oosie Oosthuysen (41 c/o) 3. Tinus Smith (41) 4. Kleintjie Kleinhans (41) Dames 1. Maggie Cumming (34) 2. Annatjie Gerber (33) 3. Mimi Rautenbach (32 c/o)

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Seven studens from the JKS Jeffreys Bay Karage Dojo, who competed in the all styles tournament in Despatch, brought home 17 medals. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Rough and tough off road race During the sixth round of the East Cape Off­Road Club (ECOC), Jeff Guscott and his navigator Shean Bekker came first, while father and daughter team, Martin and Mariska Kleingeld, took second place. Father and son team, Wian and Ryan Strydom came third. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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Kouga express 12 09 2013  

Kouga express 12 09 2013

Kouga express 12 09 2013  

Kouga express 12 09 2013