Sea Vista Township residents are struggling more than usual during lockdown. Our aim is to raise at least R1m so that they at least have enough food.
Please consider a donation: Rotary St Francis, Standard Bank 186525753, or St Francis United Church, Standard Bank 288098684 (Ref. Food Relief Fund)
Thank you. Richard Arderne 083 284 016 This appeal is supported by all our relevant local organisations: Kouga Municipality, SA Police Services, St Francis Disaster Volunteer Group, St Francis Property Owners, Cape St Francis Civics, St Francis Links, St Francis Riparians, Joint River Committee
For more information, please contact Dave Truter (083 463 5950) or Tom Roux (082 563 6061)
4. St Francis Area Quarantine Site
Kouga Municipality and the Department of Health requested the Disaster Volunteer Group (DVG) to identify and prepare sites for quarantine purposes. Although the home is generally the preferred setting for quarantine, alternative sites for quarantine may be necessary in certain situations such as the necessity for advanced medical care. The bowling club was identified and approved by authorities and the DVG is now preparing the site by equipping it with beds, linen etc. In addition, as a spillover if necessary, the Sea Vista School will be prepared as well. Should these locations be mobilised, the authorities will institute all special precaution measures.
Quarantine sites in Jeffreys Bay and Humansdorp have also been identified.
We continue to ask for donations of single beds and single bed linen sets. If you would like to contribute financially to enable the DVG to procure what it couldn't make up through donations, please do so by donating to our account:
Account Name: FOSSFAR t/a DVG Standard Bank Acc No 186512139 Humansdorp Branch (051001)
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Country South Africa Province Eastern Cape District Sarah Baartman Municipality Kouga Area • Total 4.38 sq km Population (2011) • Total 342 • Density 78 sq km Racial makeup (2011) • Black African 3.5%, • Coloured 1.8% • White 94.7% First languages (2011) • English 55.6% • Afrikaans 42.1% • Xhosa 1.8% • Other 0.6%