Your most popular blogs on KnysnaKeep.org in 2017 involved the Great Knysna Fire, political corruption, racism, fraud and witches. Numerous blogs from previous years remained well read. Overall, there were 242,000 page views, an impressive spotlight on my niche website, even more so considering that i never wrote for 2 months. Whilst i wish there were more citizen activists, you readers prove there’s need for alternate news sources. Facebook statistics were far higher, reaching 130,000 people this December alone. Facebook isn’t as personal to me as many users are skim readers. Nevertheless, those 12,168 subscribers include valuable people. 67% are … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Milestone reached: 250 000 (a quarter million) words posted on www.KnysnaKeep.org. Thank you to my readers for sharing this period with me! I had no idea that trying to get the truth from Knysna Tourism would lead me down this rabbit hole where maladministration and corruption is far too often the rule of the day. As said previously, i hope to give this up one day and focus on charity but the guns are out for me so best i fire back for a while. Truth matters! Where there are secrets, there’s more chance of corruption breeding.'Click here to read full article...'
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is a medical, humanitarian organization created by doctors and journalists in France in 1971. It operates in over 60 countries, mostly helping those who are victims of war, natural disaster and malnutrition. In 1999, they won the Noble Peace Prize. The same year, they began operating in South Africa. Here they face the challenges of refugees, HIV and TB. For 2 weeks, a Durban fundraising team from Doctors Without Borders parked themselves in Knysna in order to bring awareness to the cause. The KEEP and Chaplin’s Coffee Bar were quick to contribute and the … ‘Click here to read full article…’