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OUGA Municipality and Santam, South Africa’s leading short-term insurance company, have partnered to strengthen rescue and emergency services to residents of the region. Santam last week donated office and audiovisual equipment to the headquarters of Kouga’s rescue and emergency services at Humansdorp to support the municipality’s Early Warning System. The company is also working with the municipality to determine how water availability to the St Francis area can be improved in the event of fire. Kouga Executive Mayor Booi Koerat said the partnership had its origins in the devastating fire that razed more than 70 homes in St Francis Bay in November 2012. “We are grateful to Santam for investing in the safety of Kouga residents and hope that this will be an ongoing partnership, focused on disaster risk management for Kouga.” John Lomberg , head of Stakeholder Relations at Santam, said the company firmly believed that business had a role to play in reducing the impact of disasters on lives and property. “Partnerships such as these are a win-win situation for us, government and the communities we serve,” he said. “Catastrophic events are becoming more severe and the impact on insurance claims is increasing. In certain municipal areas the risks become untenable, forcing the insurance business to load premiums to such a degree that insurance may become unaffordable for many. This practice is not sustainable.

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“Our aim is to establish relationships with government at a local level in order to support municipalities in their efforts to mitigate the effect of catastrophic events and natural disasters. “The more resources a municipality has, the better it is able to deal with fire, flood and stormwater perils. This, in turn, enables insurance companies to make insurance more affordable. “We trust that this equipment will go a long way in assisting Kouga to strengthen its response and recovery times, as well as to allow different sector departments to communicate directly with response teams on the ground in order to boost service delivery to communities.”

The Kouga Express and Builders Express in Jeffreys Bay, have joined forces to give recognition to residents who have made it their responsibility to help beautify the town they live in. Enter the Kouga Express/ Builders Express Beautify your Town Competition and stand the chance of winning a prize valued at R1 500 sponsored by Builders Express. With some of the gardening equip­ ment that can be won, are (from left) Gavin Slater, Deon Strydom, Ronelle Geyser, Jolene Job and (front) Dalvonecia Hermaans. See page 3 for the full story.

Kouga disaster management coordinator, James Mzangwa, and Michelle Delport from Santam, with some of the new equipment.

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Animal Rescue Sanctuary opens its doors

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MONIQUE BASSON “RESCUING one dog may not change the word, but for that one dog the world is changed - forever.”

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This is the motto the women behind the newly established JBay Animal Rescue Sanctuary live and sleep by. According to Elamrie Coetzee the six volunteers all have one thing in common. “To try and save animals, improve and maintain their living conditions, educate pet owners and to alleviate suffering of animals. Our main focus is sterilisation, education, deworming of puppies and to find new and loving homes for unwanted puppies and stray dogs. We also provide home owners with collars. “The project is operated from our homes in our free time and at no remuneration. All funding received goes towards empowering pets in the townships.” The Sanctuary covers Jeffreys Bay, Ocean View, Kabeljous, Mondplaas and Paradise Beach. They can be seen every Thursday afternoon from 14:30 to 16:30 operating in the Ocean View area dipping dogs, handing out food and treating animals with skin diseases. “We try to encourage pet owners to make a donation of R5 to help cover our costs and to give them a bit of responsibility,” says Coetzee. According to Coetzee they hope to build their own kennel in the near future. The Sanctuary is in need of volunteers, dog food, clothing and goods for their jumble sale across the old Clicks every last Saturday of the month , old kennels, blankets, towels, dog beds, collars and belts to make col-

lars with are also welcome. Donations can be dropped off at the Jeep Factory Shop or at any major supermark. Monetary donations can be paid into their FNB bank account, account name Jbay ARS, account number 62467923291, branch code 250655. They are furthermore looking for volunteers who are prepared to fosters dogs and cats. They will be provided with the necessary food. For more information or to make a donation, contact Jessica Naude at 0 083 650 6373 or Irma Morris at 0 082 878 9365. Alternatively, visit them on Facebook.

Animal rescuers (back from left) Irma Morris, Hester Posthumus, Elmarie Coetzee, Jessica Naude, (front) Cindy Muller and Sandy Doyle.

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We are looking for the best town beautifiers MONIQUE BASSON DO you plant trees and flowers, pick up the rubbish, keep the sidewalks neat, cut the grass, clean overgrown erven and repair potholes . . . and it is not even your job or at your own house or own garden? Does this sound like you or someone that you know? Then start taking photos and stand the chance of winning big. The Kouga and Koukamma regions are filled with ordinary people that go beyond the call of duty to keep their town beautiful. The Kouga Express and Builders Express in Jeffreys Bay have joined forces to give recognition to these residents who have made it their responsibility to help beautify the town they live in. So what are you waiting for? Enter the Kouga Express/ Builders Express Beautify your Town Competition and stand the chance of winning a prize valued at R1 500. The competition is open to all residents -

young or old - who reside in the Kouga and Koukamma regions. How to enter To enter the Kouga Express/ Builders Express Beautify your Town Competition send a recent photo and short description of your project via our website at www.kougaexpress.co.za. Click on Tell Your Story under Citizen Journalist where you can upload a recent photo and short description. Entry is free and the closing date is noon on Thursday, May 15. You must be registered to be able to enter. The winner will be chosen by public vote and people can start voting for their favourite project at noon from Friday, May 16 . To vote, go to our website at www.kougaexpress.co.za, click on Galleries on the home page. Go to Photo Galleries and click Competition Pictures under Category. Click on the thumbnail of the photo you wish to vote for. To vote for your project, SMS the keyword Project, the number of the project, your name and contact number to our SMS line 0 45527.

For example, SMS the following: Project, A1, Your Name, Number. Send the keyword Project and the number of the project, for example Project001, to 0 45527 before noon on May 29. Each SMS costs R1.50. The project that receives the most votes, will be the winner.

gestions to 0 45527 from noon on April 17 to noon on May 29. Each SMS costs R1.50. Alternatively, upload your suggestions on our website at www.kougaexpress.co.za under Citizen Journalist/ Submit your Story.

Prize Enter the Kouga Express/ Builders Express Beautify your Town Competition and stand the chance of winning a prize valued at R1 500 sponsored by Builders Express in Jeffreys Bay. The prize will comprise of equipment and material, such as gardening tools, that can be used to either further an existing project or to start a new project. Get involved Apart from existing projects, we are also looking for new projects in the region. Nominate any project you think needs attention in the community. Send your sug-

Tsitsikamma Tsitsikamma receives receives R17 R17 million million boost boost THE Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve, nestled at the mouth of the Storms River mouth in the Garden Route National Park (GRNP), will receive a welcome facelift to the tune of R17 million. This forms part of the Expanded Public Infrastructure Programme (EPIP) that will see the upgrading of existing infrastructure. “Planned upgrades include 17 oceanettes overlooking the marine area, the upgrading of the administration office, paving and oad works for the Otter camp and the replacement of the entrance gate to Storms River,” says Tsitsikamma area manager, Lesly-Ann Meyer.

According to Meyer, visitors to the Reserve will not be inconvenienced when construction commences. “Upgrading will take place in such a manner that visitors will have alternatives.” The Reserve, a Marine Protected Area (MPA), is home to 202 species of fish, sharks and rays from 84 families. Fifteen of these species can be found on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) red data list as either vulnerable or near threatened, while many other fish species protected by the MPA are classified as over-exploited or collapsed in SA. It furthermore boasts one of the Garden Route’s big trees, a Yellowood tree that is nearly 1 000 years old. Two of Tsitsikam-

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KOUGA EXPRESS | THURSDAY 17 APRIL 2014

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THE NG Church in Humansdorp features The Chameleon Trio at 19:30 on April 23 at the curch. The Chameleon trio (oboe-bassoon-piano) is excited to perform for Garden Route audiences in a reunion tour which marks the 20-year anniversary of the trio’s first concerts in Germany. The chamber group was established when the three performers met as students at Hochschule fur Musik und Thea-

Aisling Casey. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED Cape Town band The Blues Broers. THE Blues Broers will visit Jeffreys Bay on their national tour promoting their new album Into the Red. They will perform at Jé Vista Social Club at 20:00 on April 20. Their new album consists of 14 new and original compositions, exploring several blues styles. My Baby Left Me is a traditional acoustic blues performed on washboard, tea- chest bass and resonator guitar, while My Black

ter in Hannover. Before moving to three different countries to take up jobs as professional musicians, they performed to high critical acclaim in Ireland, The Netherlands, the UK, and twice South Africa. In this concert tour, the Chameleon Trio will perform solo, duo, and trio compositions by Beethoven, Poulenc, Ponchielli, Previn, Quantz, Rachmaninoff, and Schreck. Entrance to the concert is free.

South African born pianist Catherine Foxcroft.

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Dog has a 70s electric blues feel. Fire and Brimstone is full of gospel inflections while ‘It’s getting worse’ trades laid back horns against a funky electric piano riff. Into the Red is the seventh album from Guava Records, their own record label. It’s available from digital and retail stores, at live shows and through the band’s website. The Blues Broers have been performing together for 25 years. Tickets cost R120. For information, phone 0 042 293 3516.

The Dumisani Gospel band will perform live at the Humansdorp Secondary School at 17:00 on April 27. The cost is R60 per person. For more information, contact 0 078 376 7848. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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THE search is on for the best mouth-watering recipe that will push the kilojoule count in the red and have people talking for days to come. The Kouga Express and Jeffreys Bay SuperSpar are looking for the best original recipe in celebration of International No-diet day on May 6. Whether it is a cranberry-apple crisp, spice-braised pork rib, chicken pot pie, chocolate ice cream cake, beer ice cream, pears in pomegranate wine with honey and lemon or strawberry pie - send us your favourite recipe. Every year on May 6 the world is celebrating International Nodiet Day. This is one day of the year when you should take time from whatever crazy diet plan you are following and instead listen to your body’s unique hunger and satiety needs. Initiated in 1992 by Mary Evans Young, the director of British organisation Diet Breakers, No-diet Day was born out of Young’s own experiences with anorexia and body-shaming. The day is an annual celebration of body acceptance, including fat acceptance and body shape diversity. This day is also dedicated to promoting a healthy life style with a focus on health at any size and in raising awareness of the potential dangers of dieting and the unlikelihood of success. So what are you waiting for? Enter the Kouga Express/ Jeffreys Bay Best No-diet Recipe Competition and stand the chance of winning a Lindt hamper. How to enter To enter the Kouga Express/ Jeffreys Bay Superspar Recipe competition, upload your favourite original recipe on our website at www.kougaexpress.co.za. Click on Tell Your Story under Citizen Journalist where you can upload your story. Entry is free and the closing date is noon on Friday, April 25. You must be registered to be able to enter. You can submit as many recipes as you like. The winning recipe will be published in the Kouga Express on May 1 - just if time for all those who want to try it out for International No-diet day. All recipes received will be published on our website. The winner must give permission for the product to pe photographed..

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Untouched Adventures is the adventure activity operator inside the National Park and they offer a range of activities for the whole family, from snorkeling and scuba diving, to kayak and lilo ­ their most popular activity. PHOTO:SUPPLIED TSITSIKAMMA National Park is South Africa’s oldest Marine Protected Area. Just an hour from Jeffreys Bay it is the perfect day trip to experience nature and adventure at its best. Untouched Adventures is the adventure activity operator inside the National Park and they offer a range of activities for the whole family, from snorkeling and scuba diving, to kayak and lilo - their most popular activity. Meeting at their shop next to the small beach inside the National Park, friendly guides check you in and hand out your gear before heading to your safety briefing. After learning the tricks to paddling and steering, into the water you go to master your new found skills. Paddling up the Storms River Mouth starts by kayaking under the hanging suspension bridge, which will absolutely take your breath away. The deeper you paddle up the river passing bat caves, the steeper and narrower the cliffs get, and the views become more and more majestic. The gorge opens up to a shallow section of rocks where paddlers leave their kayaks and

jump on lilos - which are gloriously red custom built inflatable mattresses. While lying on the lilo’s, you paddle deeper into the gorge gazing up at the cliff faces, which look like they have been intricately carved by generations of rainwater flowing from the Tsitsikamma Mountains out to the sea. Climbing over rocks and exploring deeper still, you are amazed at the state of utter peace and beauty inside the Storms River Mouth. Turning around and meandering back down the river you stop at the deep pools and launch yourself into the river from a cliff jump. The whole trip takes between two to three hours and costs R399 per person. You can wear your swimsuit and closed toe shoes (that will get wet!) or hire shoes and wetsuits upon arrival. Bookings can be made online atwww.untouchedadventures.com or send an email to info@untouchedadventures.com. Alternatively phone 0 073 130 0689. Untouched Adventures also offers snorkelling and scuba diving.

Upmarket hotel opens its door THE Mandyville Hotel, a prestigious four star graded property nestled in the heart of Jeffreys Bay, opened its doors in November last year - offering a unique home-away-fromhome experience. Owners Piet & Rhelda Foley, originally from the Free State, also the owners of On the Beach Guesthouse in Waterkant Street, Jeffreys Bay, bought the property in Uys Street close to the Jeffreys Bay Caravan Park on auction last year. From there on their dream and imagination took flight - resulting in the luxurious Mandyville Hotel catering for both locals and tourists from around the country and the world. The Mandyville Hotel was named after the much-loved family farm of Rhelda’’s childhood years in the Free State, where her parents still live. Less than 1km away from Dolphin Main Beach, Mandyville Hotel is located within easy walking distance of old-town Jeffreys Bay, close to a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars that serve local and international cuisine. The Mandyville Hotel offers spacious rooms with full en-suite bathrooms, a dining room and entrance lounge downstairs, a lovely garden with a fire-pit, barbeque facility, an open patio under the trees, secured parking and Wi-Fi access. Each room is individually designed and provides guests with a flat-screen TV, tea-

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The Mandyville Hotel, a prestigious four star graded property nestled in the heart of Jeffreys Bay, opened its doors in November last year ­ offering a unique home­away­from­home experience.

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Knock knock…The arts fest with a difference is back KNOCK knock…The arts festival with a difference is back! The resounding success of the Knock on Wood 2014 prompted Woodridge College and Preparatory School to, yet again, open its doors to young artists from schools in the region from July 28 to August 1. Knock on Wood 2014 promises to be every bit as exciting, enjoyable and innovative as the 2013 event. Adjudication of musical performances will be alternated with concerts covering a wide range of musical styles, poetry readings and exhibitions of participants’ art works. By popular demand, 2014 Festival goers will, additionally, have the opportunity to relish and compete in the brand new Drama and

Choir Categories. Details about these new categories and information about existing categories are available in our Prospectus. The Prospectus, as well as an electronic affiliation form, may be found on the Woodridge website: www.woodridge.co.za. The extended closing date for affiliation is April 25 and entries should reach Woodridge between May 5 and June 6. For more information, contact Lestie Hughes at 0 082 445 8939.

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Trollip to visit Jeffreys DA leader in the Eastern Cape, Athol Trollip, will hold a mass meeting in Ocean View, Jeffreys Bay at 14:30 on Wednesday. The meeting will be proceeded by a closed discussion. For information about the closed meeting, send an e­mail to DA councillor Brenton Williams at bren­ ton@jbaynews.com. Trollip will also visit the Gamtoos Valley and Thornhill. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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Jogger attacked on Kabeljous beach BRENTON WILLIAMS RISHERMEN on Kalebjous Beach saved a young woman from an impending attck when she was accosted while jogging there on the weekend. The young woman, who is a volunteer in Jeffreys Bay, was jogging near the sand dunes on the eastern side of the Kabeljous River when an African man, around 40 years of age, wearing black pants and a black hoody started following her. He eventually caught with to her and grabbed her arm. The woman shouted at the man to let her go but he reached for his pocket and pulled out something that she thought could have been a knife. some fishermen on the beach witnessed the incident and ran towards the woman. At this point the man let her go and ran away, with the fishermen in pursuit. He managed to escape. A couple of hours later another young woman was jogging along Kabeljous Beach when a man fitting the same description started following her. The German woman went and sat near some fishermen and the man came and sat next to her. He said he was recently released from jail and was living in the dunes. She noticed a tattoo on his chest. The woman then started jogging back towards Jeffreys Bay with the suspect following her for a short distance. The cases have been reported to the Jeffreys Bay Police. Residents are warned not to walk or jog along the beach by themselves, but rather in a group.

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Two killed in Kouga TWO men were violently killed in the Kouga region over the weekend. At approximately 15:10 on April 12 Willie Klaas (52) from Hankey was stabbed by a knife and succumed. According to W.O.. Gerda Swart, a fight allegedly broke out between the victim and the 33-year-old suspect. Klaas, who is from the Spitsbak Farm, died on the scene. The suspect was arrested for murder and will appear in court. In an unrelated incident, Sidwell Lusi (36) from Kareedouw was killed during a fight with the 47-year-old suspect. The suspect will appear in court on a charge of murder.

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Landbouleier se dood ‘’n groot terugslag vir SA’ NTOMBI Msimang, voorsitter van die Agrisektor-eenheidsforum (Asuf) asook van die Nasionale Landboubemarkingsraad, is Sondagnag oorlede. Msimang was ’n stigtingsdirekteur van Peulwana Agricultural Financial Services en eienaar van Sunny View Farms. Sy was altesaam 30 jaar by die landbou betrokke. Japie Grobler, ondervoorsitter van Asuf,

het gister sy medelye teenoor haar naasbestaandes uitgespreek en gesê die familie het ’n baie spesiale en geliefde ma, ouma en eggenote verloor. “Haar ontydige dood is ’n groot terugslag vir die landbou in Suid-Afrika. “Sy was ’n brugbouer van formaat en het bande oor die verdeelde terrein van die SuidAfrikaanse landbou gesmee. “Haar leierskap van Asuf, wat met sy onlangse beleidskonferensie in Stellenbosch so

duidelik geblyk het, het baie gehelp om vertroue en eenheid in hierdie belangrike sektor in Suid-Afrika en in sy toekoms tot stand te bring.”

Ntombi Msimang, voorsitter van die Agrisektor­ eenheidsforum (Asuf) asook van die Nasionale Landboubemarkingsraad, is Sondagnag oorlede. FOTO:VERSKAF

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TECOMA KUNSMARK Die Tekoma Kunsmark is op 26 April vanaf 09:00 op die hoek van Da Gamaweg en Tekomastraat in Jeffreysbaai. Skakel Neil by 042 296 2791. IMMERJUNG Immerjung hou konsert met Yolandie Burger en vriende op 26 April om 09:45 vir 10:00 by Keetboomstraat 16 in Humansdorp. Koste is R30 per persoon en sluit verversings in. Skakel Yolandie by 042 296 0454.

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SCHOOL NEWS 11

Skolenuus

Die Laerskool Gamtoosvallei

Die Hoërskool McLachlan

Die o.13 rugbyspan van die Laerskool Gamtoosvallei het ’n suksesvolle toer na die Marlow Rugbyfees in Cradock gehad. Michell Strydom van die Laerskool Jeffreys­ baai het vanaf 4 ­ 5 April aan die SA Tweekamp­kampioen­ skappe in Potchef­ stroom deelgeneem. Sy deel die 26ste posisie uit 53 dogters wat in die o.13 kategorie meegeding het. OP het ’n 9de algehele posisie behaal.

Leerders van die Laerskool Gamtoos­ vallei het onlangs ’n suksesvolle muntlegging vir die DBV in Hu­ mansdorp gehou.

Carla Strydom (o.15 spiesgooi) en Elmoré Ferreira o.17 spiesgooi) van die Hoërskool McLachlan in Joubertina het onlangs aan die ASA Atletiekbyeenkoms in Coetzenburg, Stellenbosch deelgeneem.

FOTO’S:VERSKAF

Die Laerskool Jeffreysbaai

Die o.13 rugbyspan van die Laerskool Jeffreysbaai het die afgelope vakansie ’n suksesvolle toer na die Marlow Rugbyfees in Cradock gehad waar hulle teen die top spanne van Suid­Afrika meegeding het. FOTO:VERSKAF

Die Humansdorp Sekondêre Skool

Carla Strydom (o.15 spiesgooi) en Chantelle Ruiters (o.15 100m en aflos) het onlangs aan die Suid­Afrikaanse Nasionale Skole­atletiekbyeenkoms in Polokwane deelgeneem. FOTO’S: VERSKAF

Tokyo Sexwale

Jamie­Leigh Goeda (o.13), Angelique Blou (o.14), Yondré Jansen (o.14), Britney Syce, (o.15), Brumilda Kees (o.15), Cindy­Leigh Saile (o.15), Chemondré Prinsloo (o.18) en Verenthea Miggels (o.18) het die naweek aan die finale Oos­Kaap netbalproewe in Oos­Londen deelge­ neem. By hulle is Tinus Pretorius van Wood­ lands Dairy, die borg van hul uitrustings. FOTO:VERSKAF

Die Zuuranys Primêre Skool Chamoné Kleinbooi, Renaldo Maya, Simondio Williams, Revaldo Smith, Douglas Jaffers, Dewald Makonie en Kelvin Adams van die Zuuranys Primêre Skool het elk ’n prys vir hul uitbeelding van ’n spekboom ontvang tydends ’n kunskompetisie aangebied deur die Koukamma Jagklub. By die leerders is Carol Whitcher en Lizette van Gent van die Koukamma Jagklub. FOTO:VERSKAF

Leerders en onderwysers van die skool in Tokyo Sexwale begin hul oggende met ’n warm beker oats­pap. Terwyl hulle pap eet en goeie tafelmaniere leer, sê elkeen waarvoor hulle vir die dag dankbaar is. FOTO:VERSKAF


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Swimmers to attempt 8km uncharted swim TWO intrepid open water swimmers will attempt an uncharted swim along the St Francis Bay coast on April 26. Kendal Wright from St Francis Bay and Brenton Williams from Jeffreys Bay will attempt to swim from the wild side of the Cape St Francis lighthouse to Port St Francis. The swim forms part of the 2014 Nautical Capital Festival, which will be held in St Francis Bay from April 26 to May 3. Nobody has ever swum around the Cape St Francis point to Port St Francis before and the 8km swim will certainly present some challenges to the open water adventurers. Wright and Williams will be swimming according to Channel rules, which state that they are only allowed to swim in a speedo type costume, goggles and a swim cap – no matter what the water temperature will be on the day of the swim. Cold water is no stranger to the two swimmers, as both have completed the notorious Robben Island to Cape Town crossing and are used to getting cold. “I am expecting the water to be warmer at Cape St Francis and am looking forward to the swim,” said the 17-year-old Wright. The first challenge the swimmers will have to face is leaving land through one of the deep water gulleys on the wild side of Cape St Fran-

cis point. They will then swim out to their escort boats and then proceed to swim around Cape St Francis to Shark Point, which is known for the swirling counter currents and swells that break against the headland. From Shark Point, the swimmers will head towards the safety of Port St Francis. “The Cape St Francis swim will certainly present some interesting challenges and we just have to hope we get favourable offshore winds on the day,” said Williams, who will be attempting to swim only butterfly for the entire distance of the swim. Williams has done a number of extreme open water butterfly swims and will be using the Cape St Francis swim as a final preparation for an unprecedented rounding of Cape Point into False Bay butterfly attempt in May. “The Cape Point swim forms part of the Swim for Hope initiative started by one of South Africa’s most respected open water swimmers, Carina Bruwer, who organised a group swim at Cape Point in support of the Little Fighters Cancer Trust during March,” said Williams. “Little Fighters are kids battling with cancer and the Trust supports them and their families. I am going to attempt the Butterfly Swim for Hope around Cape Point in support of the Little Fighters.”

Brenton Williams from Jeffreys Bay (pitured) and Kendal Wright from St Francis Bay will attempt to swim from the wild side of the Cape St Francis lighthouse to Port St Francis. PHOTO:CLIVE WRIGHT

Sport galore at Nautical Capital Festival ESTI STEWART SPORT enthusiasts can gear up for a week filled with sporting activities ranging from fishing to swimming and kites to jet-skis. The first-of-its-kind festival will kick off at Port St Francis on April 26, although the St Francis Festival Fishing Competition already starts on the Friday. Registration for the St Francis Festival Fishing Competition can be done in the festival tent on Squid Square at Port St Francis at 16:00 from April 24. Fishing will take place from April 25 to 26. It is a first ever to host a competition with no entry fee with prizes in all available categories. The competition is open to all. Prizes for the biggest fish caught with light tackle, in deep sea, surf, rock or spear will be awarded. Weigh-in will be at 16:00 each day on Squid Square, where the prize-giving will take place at 17:00 on Saturday. The competition is hosted by the St Francis Rod, Reel and Boat Club. For more information, contact Tim Christy at 0 082 569 3750. On April 26 registration for the Christy’s Catch Crab Walk and Run can be done from 08:00 in the tent and the race will start at 09:00. Entry forms can be obtained from info@stfrancissport.co.za. The first 100 entries will get a meal voucher worth R50 from Christy’s Catch, while all finishers will get a Bos sports drink. The entry fee for the 5km is R20, and proceeds will be donated to the SANCCOB African Penguin Rehabilitation Centre in Cape St Francis. The entry fee for the 15km is R40 for under 14’s and R60 for the open category, with the route going into Cape St Francis. The start and finish is on Squid Square and prize giving will be in the tent at 17:00. The first three positions will receive special certificates. For more information, contact Eric Stewart at 0 082 394 7363.

At 10:30 the Bayview Boating Jet-Ski Run in aid of NSRI will leave Port St Francis. Participants will have to be entered and ready to leave by 10:00. The run will have a slow start around the jetties and the final route will be decided on the day according to weather conditions. Jet-skis will enter the Port as a group again. The entry fee is R100 per jet-ski, which includes an entry in the NSRI Raffle in order to win a Stand Up Paddle Board worth R15 000. For more information, contact Kerwin Allen at 0 042 294 1268. Radical Kites from Jeffreys Bay will have a kite display and demonstration on the harbour wall. Interested parties will be able to fly these big kites themselves. Between 11:00 and 13:00 families can take part in the Port St Francis catch-and-release family fishing competition off the jetties. Teams must have at least one adult, and the entry fee is R20 per rod - remember to bring your own. Bait will be provided and fun prizes will be awarded for the biggest fish and most fish caught by a team. For more information, contact Esti Stewart at 0 073 825 0835. Registration for the St Francis Sport Paddling Challenge can be done in the tent from 10:30. The slow start around the jetties will be at 11:30 and the route for the 15km distance will be decided on the day, as it is weather permitting. The entry fee is R60 per paddler. The top three finishers will receive certificates, and all participants will get a Bos sports drink. Well-known butterfly swimmer from Jeffreys Bay, Brenton Williams, will start his open water swim from Cape St Francis early in the morning to reach Port St Francis by 13:30. It is the first time that a swim around the points of Cape St Francis and Seals will be attempted, and in future this will become an annual charity swim. Brenton will reach the Port in time for the Port St Francis Mile, a swimming competi-

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