Ndlambe moves to level 1 – details

NDLAMBE MUNICIPALITY PORT ALFRED NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the National State of Disaster as announced by the State President Cyril Ramaphosa and the subsequent drop to Level 1, all public amenities within the area of Ndlambe Municipality including Beaches, Parks & Recreation areas are again open for public use. ►

Coastal Kindness project

Coastal Kindness - how a small SA seaside town is combatting COVID-19!    

Cannon Rocks is 50 years young

On the 15,16,17 of December, Cannon Rocks will be celebrating 50 years. You can get more info here.

Upgrade of desalination plant in Cannon Rocks – Register

A meeting will take place on the 18th of December regarding this at the Cannon Rocks Community hall 17h30 Concerned parties, please register as an interested and affected party regarding the water use, the pipeline, the reverse osmosis plant, and the wastewater discharge from Cannon Rocks into Addo National Park/ Addo Marine Protected Area. SRK

Amazing whale action for 2017!

Whale Jumping in Cannon Rocks, South Africa In October and November 2017, Cannon Rocks experienced some of the best Whale sightings in recent history. The whales could be heard "tailing" at night and where present daily. Tail slapping has been interpreted as some kind of communication between Humpback whales but also a nice

The new plan of action for refuse removal and recycling

Things are changing in Cannon Rocks thanks to a few very dedicated and passionate individuals. With the increase of residents and holiday makers, Cannon Rocks' refuse disposal was no longer adequate. There is a new plan of Action: Thanks to Verona Veltman for sharing Black bags are still collected by Ndlambe on Mondays.   Reclyclable goods such as:  

Amazing clean up at the Municipal dumping site

Take the power back! We are all responsible. With a growing permanent resident base and a increasing number of holiday visitors, Cannon Rocks has had a significant increase in waste. This has resulted in a steady deterioration of the municipal dumpsite with stray plastic and other waste spreading to the surrounding vegetation and the beach. Spearheaded

Recycling to Start in Cannon Rocks

Great news: RECYCLING has started at Boknes and Cannon Rocks. Boknes now has an IWARS recycling depot at the municipal garages in Boknes where they pay for recycle material. Opening next week 8h00-17h00 weekdays. From June you can also leave recyclables in bags other than BLACK bags - preferable clear bags - They will not collect

  • Kitesurfing contest

Cannon Rocks Kiteboarding Classic 2015 great success

The Cannon Rocks Kiteboarding Classic 2015 took place in October this year. With many Cape Town kiters making the trek up to Cannon Rocks, the event was a great success. Check website here [tvideo type="youtube" clip_id="xTKwQ08QHR4"]

  • Rubbish clean up

Polystyrene on Cannon Rocks beaches – Clean up

After a heavy storm last Week-End, it was reported that 23 containers had been lost at sea near Port Elizabeth. With the strong Westerly winds and currents, debris has steadily been washing up on our beaches. The community has been hard at work removing the Polystyrene and other debris that has washed up so far.