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11 Jan 2012

Hout Bay learning facilitator wins UNEP award

Hout Bay learning facilitator wins UNEP award

Founded in January 2003, Thrive Learning Facilitation’s vision was to make a significant difference in the lives of South Africans. We believe the Skills Development Act of 1998 provides wonderful opportunities to assist in up-skilling and improving the employability of previously disadvantaged individuals. With our combined knowledge, expertise and experience, we have developed this vision into a business. Thrive was established, and continues to flourish.

Click here for the link to the award they won…

Click here for their website

 

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10 Jan 2012

Possible load-shedding schedule for Hout Bay

Possible load-shedding schedule for Hout Bay

Follow this link to more information on  load-shedding in Hout Bay and Cape Town…

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10 Jan 2012

Eric Cantona and the new mayor of Hout Bay

Eric Cantona and the new mayor of Hout Bay

Manchester United legend Eric Cantona has entered the race to become the next French President.

The former striker requires the backing of 500 elected officials by the end of February to fully enter the run to succeed Nicolas Sarkozy and has circulated a letter to French mayors in order to gain their support, referring to himself as an “engaged citizen”.

VOTE  for Jonathan Berman to be the next Mayor of Hout Bay!

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10 Jan 2012

Residents furious over Chapman’s Peak in Hout Bay

Residents furious over Chapman’s Peak in Hout Bay

Taken from eyewitnessnews.co.za/Chanel September :

The Hout Bay Civil Rights Action Group on Tuesday said it is furious over reports that they may lose a piece of sacred land on Chapman’s Peak.

Many residents are up in arms about the possibility that the free day pass for picnics and hikes could be scrapped.

Western Cape transport authorities denied the allegations published in a Cape Times article.

Resident Terry Wiener disagreed.

“It looks like it’s donated to a private company to build a toll plaza and opulent offices in the Table Mountain National Park heritage site and a protective areas act,” he said.

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09 Jan 2012

The bike that traveled through Africa, stolen in Hout Bay!

The bike that traveled through Africa, stolen in Hout Bay!

Bright yellow, large frame Gary Fisher bike stolen from garage in Empire last night – pls look out 4 it? Email news@790tv.co.za if you have seen it, any leads will receive a 790Tv t-shirt!

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