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YOUR LOCAL KOUGA COMMUNITY IN ONE PLACE

Kouga Advertiser MONTHLY ISSUE HOLIDAY GUIDE 2022

PUBLISHER

Louw Media t/a Kouga Advertiser Booklet (Pty) Ltd.

EDITORIAL & DESIGN

EDITORIAL Cornelius Louw 064 501 9558 [email protected] www.kougaadvertiser.co.za DESIGNS Kouga Advertiser Booklet (Pty) Ltd. Salty Breeze Designs

ADMIN & FINANCE

FINANCE MANAGER Marna Hendrikse-Louw 064 507 0722 [email protected]

BUSINESS ADVERTISING

SALES MANAGER Cornelius Louw 064 501 9558 [email protected]

SATELITE OFFICES

FIND US AT 19 Alikruik Street, Jeffreys Bay, 6330, Eastern Cape

TERMS & CONDITIONS

All advertisement placements are subject to the following terms and conditions:

COPYRIGHT

All artwork designed by the publisher for the advertiser free of charge is solely for use as intended by the publisher.

DISCLAIMER

The publisher is not liable for any errors which may occur, nor any delays in publication and/or distribution.

PAYMENTS

All invoices are payable on presentation. It is expressly noted that the publisher does not allow more than 30 days for payment on any account. KOUGA ADVERTISER BOOKLET l PAGE 3

HELLO

KOUGA My name is Cornelius Louw, and I am currently leading the Kouga Advertiser Booklet team in the Kouga region. First and foremost, we want to thank all of our customers for your support in 2022. We appreciate all of your help, and we hope that in the coming year, our relationship will grow even stronger. It is because of our loyal advertisers and oureaders, that Kouga Advertiser Booklet is the longest running local publication. We would also want to take this occasion to extend a warm welcome to all of our visitors and vacationers. We urge all of our vacationers to drive carefully and safely throughout this busy holiday season. The Kouga Advertiser Booklet wishes everyone a blessed Christmas throughout this holiday season, including our local businesses, residents, and visitors. In the Word of Jeremiah 29:11, it says that ‘’I know what I plan for you, says the Lord: prosperity and not adversity; I want to give you a future, an expectation!’’ Be expectant in the Lord this season, and may we never lose sight of the true meaning of the holiday season. This Kouga Advertiser Booklet Christmas edition is a special one, and we hope you enjoy it. Throughout this holiday season, kindly support all of our local advertisers Do note that our offices will be closed as from the 15th of December 2022 till the 3rd of January 2023. For more information about our Kouga Advertiser Booklet, you can contact Cornelius Louw on 064 501 9558 or via email at [email protected] KOUGA ADVERTISER BOOKLET l PAGE 4

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Keep Your Kids Safe This Season. Watch the waves, watch your children, and, above all, keep it fun.

The best part of summer is living that beachlife and this year many parents are looking forward to enjoying the beach. Teach kids to face the water Waves can knock kids (especially the smaller ones) over if they're not careful, but if they see them coming, they have a better chance to staying standing. Teach kids to stand with their back to the beach and face toward the ocean so waves don't surprise them. Don't let kids bury their feet in the sand It may seem fun to wiggle your feet down into wet, underwater sand, but those who research beach injuries say this kind of play puts kids in danger of sprains and even worse injuries, because wet sand can trap a child's foot. If they're caught off guard by a wave when they can't move, they can go down very hard. Life jackets for little ones Open water, the ocean especially, can be unpredictable, so keeping little ones in their life jackets adds a layer of protection should a wave suddenly overtake your sandcastle.

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Be aware of rip currents Rip currents account for more than 80% of lifeguard rescues, so we recommend parents check local beach forecasts before packing the kids in the car. When you get to the beach, set up as close as possible to the lifeguards, and if you're unsure about the water's conditions, ask the lifeguard before letting the kids swim, in order to know that your child will be safe.

Support Our Local Businesses This Holiday. The Benefits of Supporting Small Businesses.

Small-business owners love what they do, and they play an important role in supporting their local communities. Community Support: By supporting a small business, you’re also supporting the local community. Spending your money there helps to stimulate the local economy and keep business booming within your local region. These smaller-sized businesses help to create and sustain jobs as well as keep the area vibrant and buzzing with shoppers and tourists. Personalized Customer Service: Small-business owners treasure the relationships they have with all of their customers. They rely on regular as well as sporadic customers to not only help them earn a profit but also to spread the word to others about their company. Because these small businesses need the support of local consumers, you can expect to get friendly, personal customer service. From providing a hometown feel for localities to working hard to know their neighbors, these small companies do a lot to help others who live nearby in many different ways. When it comes to showing your support for small businesses, it’s important to do so, and not just to help them gain revenue and stay operational. Everything from the local clothing boutique to the corner cupcake bakery relies on the support of loyal customers to keep its doors open. KOUGA ADVERTISER BOOKLET l PAGE 10

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Let’s Save Water Together. Kouga is declared a drought disaster area.

Here are tips for surviving in a waterscarce environment. Sponsored by GJ Drilling l www.gjdrilling.co.za Due to the prolonged drought, water supply levels across the region are dangerously low and we ask that everyone please uses water sparingly and only when absolutely necessary to help us avoid Day Zero – the day that our taps will run dry. We remind everyone that water restrictions are still in place and the use of hosepipes or the filling up of swimming pools with municipal water are strictly prohibited. Water is a precious resource and we need to conserve it now and for our future. Being waterwise is easy. Make a difference today! Shorten your showers: You’ll save water, energy, and time when you shorten your shower to 5 minutes or less. Use the excess: Whether you just boiled a pot of pasta or you can’t finish a glass of water, the leftover water doesn’t need to go down the drain. Use the water for plants, animals, or cleaning.

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Careful planning and good gardening habits can make a big difference to your watering needs. Don’t over-water, as waterlogged soil encouragesthe growth of bacteria and fungi, which cause disease in plants. Turn all taps off properly and check the condition of washers to reduce wastage.

Christmas Family Treat. Quick and easy chocolate brownies.

No Christmas celebration is complete without these charming Christmas tree brownies - the perfect seasonal chocolate treat! This easy brownie recipe takes about 30 minutes to make from start to finish for a chocolaty treat! Ingredients: 2 cups white sugar 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1 cup butter, melted 4 eggs ½ cup cocoa powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ½ cup walnut halves Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees °C). Grease a 9x13-inch pan. Mix sugar, flour, melted butter, eggs, cocoa powder, vanilla, baking powder, and salt in a large bowl until combined. Spread the batter into the prepared pan. Decorate with walnut halves. Bake in the preheated oven until top is dry and edges have started to pull away from the sides of the pan, about 20 to 30 minutes; cool before slicing into squares. Store the brownies in an airtight container for 3 to 4 days at room temperature or for up to one week in the refrigerator. KOUGA ADVERTISER BOOKLET l PAGE 16

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