Off The Lip Movember Surf Jam set to take place this Saturday, 18 November, at Beach Bums, Tongaat

Off The Lip Movember Surf Jam set to take place this Saturday, 18 November, at Beach Bums, Tongaat: The OFF THE LIP MOVEMBER SURF JAM is going down once again at Beach Bums, this time on Saturday 18th of Movember. Join Quiksilver and crew as we rock our Mo’s, dress up 70’s style and dust off the old retro surfboards. Single fins & twin fins will be the order of the day so bring your style and steez, don’t forget to GROW YOUR MO, we’re supporting the Movember Foundation once again, creating awareness and raising funds for the Movember … [Read more...]

Pam Le Noury to present talk on Ocean Conservation at Crocworld this Saturday

Pam Le Noury to present talk on Ocean Conservation at Crocworld this Saturday: On the 11 November, Crocworld Conservation Centre will be hosting it’s final conservation talk for the year which will be presented by Pamela Le Noury. Pam is a Marine scientist, PADI dive instructor zodiac skipper and sailor, and has worked in and on the ocean just about every day for the past 17 years and her talk will focus on ocean conservation. After leaving school Pam worked in the diving industry whilst studying a BSc in zoology and physiology. In that … [Read more...]

RAM SLAM IS BACK! This time with Catch R2 million! – Featured Durban Blog

RAM SLAM IS BACK! This time with Catch R2 million!: THE RAM SLAM is back! Cricket South Africa (CSA) today launched the RAM SLAM T20 Challenge which gets underway at St. George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday evening when the Warriors host the VKB Knights in an encounter that will see the grounds state of the art new floodlights in use for the first time. All six franchises will be in action over the weekend with the first of three double headers featuring the WSB Cape Cobras against the Hollywoodbets Dolphins and the Jukskei Derby between … [Read more...]

The Sport of Sailing started this way in Algoa Bay:

The Sport of Sailing started this way in Algoa Bay:: Bredell’s Bess – initially bought to offer ferry services from ‘Little Bess’ (Port Elizabeth) to the ships in Algoa Bay. In 1933, before the breakwater was completed it was the practice of the tugs of Messina Bros., Coles and Searle (Pty) Ltd., to ferry passengers to and from the liners which were anchored offshore in Algoa Bay. The last tug for the day was at 4:30 pm and passengers who missed this tug then had no choice but to either spend the night on board ship or … [Read more...]