Unselfishly Me Ep 26 – Self Love, Yoga and doodling with Chè Dyer – Featured Durban Blog

Unselfishly Me Ep 26 – Self Love, Yoga and doodling with Chè Dyer: In this episode we are chatting to Chè Dyer aka @indieberries aka @indieyogalife. We chat all about life in London, how she became a yoga teacher, teaching in South Korea, her long distance relationship with… The post Unselfishly Me Ep 26 – Self Love, Yoga and doodling with Chè Dyer appeared first on GI Jane. Fill in the form below to have your blog featured on MyDurban - we will post a snippet and title link to your new blog posts. Submit and get … [Read more...]

Dominate Instagram this lockdown

Dominate Instagram this lockdown: Ycagel Logo Hashtags – the Number 1 hack to grow your Instagram following organically! As the second-largest social media platform in South Africa (and growing quickly!), cracking the Instagram code has never been more critical. According to Jacqueline Raw, Owner and Founder of Ycagel, Instagram is an ever-evolving platform. “Instagram stays close to what their users want and have a keen eye on their competitors; a key factor that has contributed to the platform’s growing popularity. It is also for this reason … [Read more...]

‘We are going to take major steps’ – Zikalala wants thorough probe into St Augustine’s

Durban in the News: 'We are going to take major steps' - Zikalala wants thorough probe into St Augustine's: KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala wants the investigation into how Covid-19 spread so quickly through Saint Augustine's Hospital in Durban to be measured and thorough after half of all virus-related deaths in KZN occurred at the facility. WATCH: 'We suspect criminality', says Education MEC after classrooms torched at KZN school: Classrooms at a KwaZulu-Natal school have been torched during the national lockdown, adding further … [Read more...]

Wrong Becomes Right And Takes To The Skies!

Wrong Becomes Right And Takes To The Skies!: On the April 5th our SAAMBR team who are based at uShaka Marine World were able to celebrate a special moment. After seven weeks in rehabilitation, “Wrong”, the common tern was ready for release. – amid all the COVID-19 difficulties – this was an extra special release. On February 24th, a common tern (Sterna hirundo) was rescued by Carl Schloms, lead Herpetologist at SAAMBR, while he was out fishing on his paddle ski at the Mdloti river mouth. The tern was floundering in the water with what appeared … [Read more...]