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Sedgefield becomes Africa’s first ’slow town’

The Southern Cape town of Sedgefield has become Africa’s first “slow town.”

The international Cittaslow movement promotes quality living. It originated in Italy about ten years ago.

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On Friday 3 September 2010 the Proteas Cricket Team was 'treated' to a Trail Run in the Goukama Nature Reserve organized by the brother team Mark and John Collins of Magnetic South.

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Panjo and Goosey Fernandes

2010-07-28 20:48

Wallace Du Plessis

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THE price of tomatoes and potatoes, which have already doubled this winter, could rise further in the coming months due to the impact of severe weather on crops, farmers’ union TAU SA said yesterda

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A breaching whale has crash-landed on a sailboat in Table Bay, narrowly missing the vessel’’s occupants and leaving in its wake bits of blubber and thick skin.

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STREEKSNUUS - Een van die studente van Skydive Oudtshoorn, me. Surene Bruwer is ernstig beseer nadat sy in ’n boom te lande gekom het tydens haar eerste valskermsprong.

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Johannesburg – It will take another 10 days to repair the damaged parts of the Seacom data cable, lying nearly 5km deep off Africa's east coast.

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Kyle Boken of Sedgefield was ambushed by two men on his way home from work on June 11, in an apparent car-jacking attempt.

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Recently a resident in Milkwood St ( Sedgehill / Extension 4 area) was sitting in her lounge at around 7.00pm when suddenly all the lights went out.She immediately contacted Knysna Municipality who

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Blanket Drive

Thanks to the generosity of numerous locals 82 blankets have been collected so far in The EDGE 2010 Blanket Drive.

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Our leftover medicines are spawning drug-resistant "bacterial monsters" that thrive inside sharks, scientists say.

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World’s largest gold coin

Headquartered in Vienna, Austria, said the auction house Dorotheum, the world’s largest gold coin to be auctioned in Vienna on the 25th.

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Road closures due to snow

There are several road closures in the Western and Eastern Cape and sleet has been reported on the N3 between Mooi River and Nottingham Road.

Snow on the Outeniqua
Snow on the Outeniqua
Snow on the Outeniqua
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Wendy Oldfield

There will be some of our very own Garden Route locals among the entertainers at the official FIFA World Cup Kick-Off celebration in Soweto tonight the 10th.

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Timberlake farm stall & organic food

Timberlake has launched a Soccer Art and Craft competition for the Garden Route.

Timberlake farm stall & organic food - play area
Timberlake farm stall & organic food
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Holiday Fun with Playball

Bring your kids for an hour and a half of Fun Filled Playball Games twice a week - Soccer, Cricket, Hockey and golf. For Boys and Girls between the ages of 4 -7

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Noah's Ark

April 26, 2010 news came of a "Noah's Ark" found. It's an interesting find. It's said to be located on Mt.

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Noah's Ark
Noah's Ark
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Durban - A man was stoned to death by school pupils, when he and two accomplices tried to rob them at their school on Thursday, KwaZulu-Natal police said.

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Valentino Rossi

Milan - Ferrari still want MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi to race for them next year if they manage to change F1 rules and enter a third car.

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Johannesburg- South Africa will mark the 50-day countdown to the Soccer World Cup with a celebration on Wednesday at a football stadium in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape.