Residents and businesses are kindly advised that Makou Street will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday 19 January 2021 due to road resealing.
We ask that motorists make use of alternative routes around the area for the specified period. Access for delivery and emergency vehicles as well residents that stay in the area, that will be affected will be allowed. The improved road will be safer, smoother and will benefit all road users.
We appeal to road users to drive with caution and be vigilant to the flagman.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. #inclusive #innovative #inspired ... See MoreSee Less
• School Management Teams (SMTs) shall report for duty on Monday, 25 January 2021; • Teachers shall follow on Monday, 01 February 2021; and • Lastly, learners return on Monday, 15 February 2021.
The SMTs will go first to prepare for the return of teachers; and the teachers will prepare for the return of learners. Schools will use the time to finalise outstanding matters, regarding admissions, especially the unplaced learners in certain cases.
CEM took this difficult decision, having considered all factors as backed up by research and statistics, regarding the current state of the health system. The priority remains saving lives. ... See MoreSee Less
The first 2021edition of The EDGE is online @ www.edgenews.co.za for your reading pleasure! As usual we have put as much local news, views, boo-hoos, PHEW!s and WHOO WHOO!s that we could fit in - including a short synopsis of what our current lock-down laws are, a look at COVID vaccines (love 'em or hate 'em), we pay tribute to the jam-packed life of the recently passed Gaynor Schoeman, and we give you an inside look at a quirky local wedding. For those of you who prefer that lovely feel of newsprint - pick up a 'real copy' at any store in Sedgefield! ... See MoreSee Less