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KOUGA EXPRESS | THURSDAY 17 APRIL 2014

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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.

Woodridge: The arts fest with a difference is back. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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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