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05 Jan 2011

NSRI in action

This is a clip of a recent intervention by  the NSRI Hout Bay.

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30 Dec 2010

More muggings at Sandy Bay

More muggings at Sandy Bay

Please be aware of recent muggings on the Karbonkelberg and Sandy Bay Dunes.

Karbonkelberg: Lone walker attacked and injured – just above Hangberg
Village as you enter the Karbonkelberg trail. 24 December in the morning. Attacks have taken place in this area a few times this year.
Do not walk alone in this area.

Sandy Bay: Occurred yesterday (28 December) in the afternoon. No further details at this stage.

Sandy Bay has become a definite hot spot over the past months.
Arrests have taken place but it does not taken long before another scumbag moves in. The pickings are easy.

The above incidents can be verified at the Hout Bay Police Station.

Regards,
TMSAG

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30 Dec 2010

Springbok and Llama going crazy

Thanks to chrisgraham1204:

One of the wildlife enclosures in World of Birds, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa. As we approached, the Guinea Fowl ran towards us expecting food which seemed to upset the Llama! the Llama chased the Guinea Fowl which made the Springbok bounce around the enclosure!

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29 Dec 2010

Lee-Ann and Nicky are welcome in Hout Bay

Lee-Ann and Nicky are welcome in Hout Bay

After a recent incident at Caprice in Camps Bay, Lee-Ann Liebenberg and Nicky van der Walt are looking for privacy from the media. They are always welcome in Hout Bay, as portrayed in this image found on IMAGEBANK, with the title “Drunkard’s portrait of cape town, rsa”…

We love drunks!

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/91913437/The-Image-Bank

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28 Dec 2010

Clean-up campaign to ensure spotless beaches for New Year’s

Clean-up campaign to ensure spotless beaches for New Year’s

Taken from www.eyewitnessnews.co.za:

New Year’s celebrations are less than a week away and holidaymakers and revellers can expect popular beaches to be spotless.

Hundreds of volunteers have been deployed to 22 sandy stretches countrywide to pick up rubbish as part of the Vodacom Clean Up Campaign.

Public relations consultant Olivia Symcox said they are also appealing to the public to lend a hand.

“In the Western Cape Vodacom cleaners will be stationed at Strand, Mnandi, Muizenberg, Hout Bay, Camps Bay and Blaauwberg Strand. With New Year’s resolutions all South Africans are encouraged to try and adjust their lifestyles with ’reduce, reuse and recycle’,” she said.

The campaign ends on 7 January 2011.

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