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Presented as written by journalist Nwabisa Pondoyi & Chris du Plessis, from Knysna Plett-Herald: SEEING THE WOOD FOR THE TREES Journalist Nwabisa Pondoyi & Chris du Plessis | Sunday, 14 October 2018, 08:02 Some locals appreciating the works. KNYSNA NEWS – Local art aficionados attending the opening last week of the Knysna […]

Seeing the wood for the trees


Presented as submitted by Rolina Vorster, as seen on News Everyday: AfriForum plants 3 000 trees and concludes 2018 tree-planting project in Knysna Submitted by Rolina Vorster on Mon, 10/01/2018 – 22:26 Photo: AfriForum plants trees at the Pledge Nature Reserve, Knysna, Western Cape. Left: Boy Sebelo ; Mervyn Crous and Chris Boshoff. AfriForum planted […]

AfriForum plants 3 000 trees and concludes 2018 tree-planting project ...



Presented as seen in Knysna Plett-Herald: GRAND PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY Outreach Programme celebrates with grand Prize Giving Ceremony Tuesday, 25 September 2018, 16:00 Recipients of the awards at the Prize Giving Ceremony on Saturday, 15 September in the Hornlee Civic Centre. KNYSNA NEWS – Knysna Municipal Library Services presented a […]

GRAND PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY







Presented as written by Knysna-Plett Herald: 2 SCHOOLS PROUDLY SALUTE ‘NATIONAL TREASURE’ Friday, 03 August 2018, 10:01 Daphne Abbott, Carrene Sands, and Denise River. Update KNYSNA NEWS – Stepping Stones preprimary and Riverwood primary schools celebrated their 42nd birthday in the first week of the third term. The celebratory assembly […]

2 SCHOOLS PROUDLY SALUTE ‘NATIONAL TREASURE’


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Knysna Basin Project studies bait collecting  KNYSNA NEWS – The title “Changes in Bait Collecting Activity over 20 Years” by keynote speaker Dr Carol Simon ensured there was an attentive audience at Knysna Basin Project’s (KBP) annual public meeting in 2016. Simon, a senior lecturer at Stellenbosch University, has been […]

Knysna Basin Project studies bait collecting



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2016 fireworks as bad as ever KNYSNA NEWS – Only one fireworks incident reported to the police and one unclaimed animal taken to Knysna Animal Welfare Society (KAWS) initially created an impression that last year’s use of fireworks in Knysna may have been less than in previous years – but […]

2016 fireworks as bad as ever