Woman who lost arm in gruesome attack, allegedly by her husband, will never live normal life again – doctor

Durban in the News: Woman who lost arm in gruesome attack, allegedly by her husband, will never live normal life again - doctor: Acting KwaZulu-Natal premier Ravi Pillay has visited a 35-year-old woman from uMkhuze who lost her arm after she was brutally attacked, allegedly by her husband. She also has a cracked skull. Three retired teachers die in Durban crash: Three recent retirees were killed when a truck T-boned the vehicle they were passengers in. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Brand-new, tech-driven, lifestyle apartments in downtown Durban, makes city living trendy again.

Brand-new, tech-driven, lifestyle apartments in downtown Durban, makes city living trendy again.: Durban, November 2019 – Private-owned company, HOMii Lifestyle is launching the next phase of trendy, serviced and highly-secure apartments on one of the oldest streets in Durban CBD, Dr Pixley Kaseme Street on 7 December 2019. According to Darren de Leur, Managing Executive of HOMii this will be the fifth building in a planned string of HOMii apartment blocks around South Africa. Born from a passion for urban regeneration with the intention of … [Read more...]

Sindiso Magaqa murder trial delayed yet again as defence lawyer fails to pitch

Durban in the News: Sindiso Magaqa murder trial delayed yet again as defence lawyer fails to pitch: The trial of the three men accused of murdering former ANC Youth League secretary Sindiso Magaqa nearly three years ago has again been postponed. Durban student in court for murder of 'close friend': A 25-year-old University of KwaZulu-Natal student is expected to appear in the Pinetown Magistrate's Court for the murder of a fellow student. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

EP Cricket again posts good results and is on the front foot for next season

EP Cricket again posts good results and is on the front foot for next season: Eastern Province Cricket is well placed to grow both the game and the company in the years ahead, according to president Donovan May. In his president’s report to the board and members May says “our financial position has improved dramatically since 2014. We posted good results again the last financial year (2017/2018), and are a going concern, with a good unqualified audit report. “This paints a good picture for Eastern Province Cricket going forward”. On the field, … [Read more...]