The recent heavy rains have not left the South Coast unscathed.
The gathering at Shelly Beach was in solidarity with other marches countrywide, calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down
South Coast Herald manager Bevis Fairbrother, who writes a weekly column called ‘Butthead’s Beat’, was judged ‘Best Columnist’ at this year’s Caxton Awards in Johannesburg. Herald journalist Shona Aylward was runner-up in the Journalist of the Year’ category for both print and digital. The Herald also received highly recommended in various advertising categories.
DA supporters marched to the Ugu District Municipality today (Wednesday) to hand over a memorandum on the coast’s on-going water problems.
A computer shop in Gangat Centre in Port Shepstone caught alight on Wednesday morning this week.
The equinoctial spring tide put on quite an impressive display.
Mo McColl and Mari Webster put on a splendid performance in their show, ‘That’s Entertainment’ at Margate Retirement Village last Wednesday.
The Mitsubishi Triton was launched at Union Motors in Shelly Beach last Saturday.
The Port Shepstone Round Table’s induction dinner at Umthunzi Hotel and Conference last Saturday saw Rudi Prinsloo as the incoming chairman.
After a few anxious moments, the fire that broke out in an alley between the South Coast Herald and Nashua buildings in Port Shepstone was quickly brought under control.
The memorial service for Cllr Obert Tolomane Mnyayiza was held at Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre on Tuesday, December 27.