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LOCAL NEWS: (Kouga)

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Puzzle Page updated – Who feels like a beer at the St Francis Brew Co?

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REGIONAL:

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POLITICS:

Children of Stalingrad: Zuma’s court cases are multiplying and the time-space continuum is warping againThe decision by the Supreme Court of Appeal that Zuma must return to prison is likely to lead to debates around his current political power.

SOCIAL MEDIA:

Technology:

Twitter’s copyright system seemingly broken as full-length movies are posted on platformWhy go to the theater when there are movies on Twitter?

What’s On At The SUPERSPAR – Holiday Trading Hours and Christmas Specials

It's Time For Specials Today, the 1st of December 2022, is the unofficial start of the season in St Francis Bay. There are loads of new people, the...

Surfing Today With Rip Curl – Opening Day Of Haleiwa Challenger

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Cooking During A Power Outage – brought to you by BUCO

Nothing can spoil your dinner plans quicker than load-shedding. However, if you’re prepared for cooking without electricity, then a power outage...

 Maphorisa and Parow Collab Continues To Wow Audience

Maphorisa and Parow Collab Continues To Wow Audience  The two artists merged the powerful Amapiano sounds of the kasi with the hard-rapping,...

Culture:

Jack Parow and DJ Maphorisa collaborate on hit single ‘Konings’ – As a cultural merger, it seems almost impossible. But, like a public service announcement put through the audio mixer, the boys made it work.

SA & AFRICA NEWS:

Bringing SA to a halt — 800,000 public servants set to go on wage strike

Crime & Corruption:

‘Zondo has failed this country’: Limpho Hani slams ConCourt’s order to grant parole to Janusz WalusIn his ruling on Monday afternoon, Zondo ordered the release of Janusz Walus on parole within 10 days.

BUSINESS:

Big shift hitting restaurants and fast food in South Africa – It is clear that a pandemic-induced shift in eating habits is playing out in the fast food sector, which is thriving.

Entertainment:

All the Celebrities Who’ve Quit Twitter Because of Elon MuskFrom Trent Reznor and Whoopi Goldberg to Gigi Hadid and Jack White, stars are saying bye to the app

THIS & THAT:

Fake meat is now safe on SA shelves until at least May, in the latest setback for govtPlant-based burgers, sausages, nuggets, and mince should be banned, says South Africa’s Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development.

INTERNATIONAL:

Indonesia: Java quake kills scores and injures hundredsThe 5.6 magnitude quake struck Cianjur town in West Java, at a shallow depth of 10km (6 miles), according to US Geological Survey data.

SPORT:

Matfield calls on SA Rugby to take stance on Rassie: ‘It’s not looking good in the world’Erasmus, SA Rugby’s director of rugby, received a two-match ban last week after highlighting questionable refereeing in the Springboks’ losses against Ireland and France.

EARTH & THE UNIVERSE:

Environment minister Creecy urged to hand over ‘broken’ Table Mountain National Park to City of Cape TownFrom broken boardwalks and increased fire risks to muggings and invasive species, Table Mountain National Park, is a hotbed of issues.

REGIONAL:

Suspect arrested with stolen firearms in St Francis Bay“A man was arrested, and police seized two hunting rifles, a shotgun and ivory.”

Energy:

Netcare’s 10-year sustainability projects reduce energy use by 35%Expenditure of R585-million on environmental sustainability projects over the past 10 years enabled Netcare to reduce its electricity or energy use by as much as 35%.

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