SFPO Association: June Newsletter Greetings to all St Francis Property Owners. Mother Nature: Winter has arrived together with some serious challenges from Mother Nature. We have witnessed high winds and destructive fires in various parts of the Eastern and Southern...read more
Update on fires in Kouga area Whilst the Knysna has been the devastated by the fires that have swept through the Southern Coast, Kouga has been not been spared with the Thornhill in the Kouga district also experiencing raging fires requiring some 250 people being...read more
May news from St Francis Greetings to all St Francis Property Owners. Easter has come and gone and we were delighted to see many of our holiday homes occupied. For those of you who were in town over Easter, hopefully, you picked up your copy of our publication, St...read more
News from St Francis Property Owners Keeping you informed on developments and news in St Francis The SFPO has done the research and consulted broadly to develop a proposal to save St Francis from the decline it is experiencing. There are many property owners who are...read more
More about the proposed Special Rates Levy To read more on the proposed Saving St Francis Special Rates Levy visit St Francis Property Owners website - SRA Levy In the event that you were unable to attend the St Francis Property Owners AGM held at St Francis Links...read more
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Wheels grind to a halt in Kouga
Kromme-Geelhout Conservancy qualifies for Nature Reserve status
The biodiversity value of the Kromme-Geelhout Conservancy was recently assessed by the Eastern Cape Biodiversity Stewardship Programme Review Panel and it was determined that the Kromme-Geelhout Conservancy qualifies for Nature Reserve status, as outlined by the Biodiversity Stewardship framework and contemplated in Section 23 of the National Environmental Management: Protected Areas Act (Act 57 of 2003).
Expedition Africa 2017 for Cape St Francis
The Cape St Francis Resort once again hit the headlines as a top lifestyle destination with the announcement of its selection as the preferred host for the hotly contested Expedition Africa, one of nine international extreme adventure races that make up the Adventure Racing World Series for 2017. Touted as Africa’s most challenging adventure race, the event is expected to include over 50 international and local teams who will pit their survival skills against demanding terrain and an unforgiving environment, racing day and night towards the finish line.