Warning – Clear Alien Vegetation

Be warned – clear your property of alien vegetation

St Francis Disaster Volunteer Group LogoLast Friday St Francis Today published an article “New invasive species laws impact landowners”.  During a meeting of St Francis Disaster Volunteer Group (STDVG) yesterday, the matter of properties being sold without the requisite invasive plant clearance was raised. It is apparently as necessary as an electrical clearance but unlike the electrical certificate is being generally ignored by authorities, conveyancers and property sales agents.

Looking back at last year’s fires and the fires that have swept both the Eastern and Western Cape and are still wreaking havoc surely it is time that this law (requirement) is properly invoked.

Read the following article, it will open your eyes as to why, even if you are not selling you property, you must do everything you can to rid the property, particularly vacant plots of alien vegetation.

READ http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2017/01/06/Landowners-who-let-aliens-flourish-must-pay-price-for-fires1

New School finally opens

New Sea Vista Primary finally opens

The new school has finally opened with streams of both new learners and seasoned veterans streaming through the gates yesterday morning. Very few tears but lots of excitement as the tiny tots accompanied by mothers and fathers introduced their kids the their brand new surroundings.

Some photo’s

New Sea Vista Primary School opens

New Sea Vista Primary School opens

New Sea Vista Primary School opens

New Sea Vista Primary School opens