Miguel Louw trial: Defence uses timelines against teen witness

Durban in the News: Miguel Louw trial: Defence uses timelines against teen witness: It was a gruelling day of cross-examination in the Miguel Louw murder trial as the defence team for accused Mohamed Ebrahim laid into a witness. KZN English exam goes ahead without a glitch following threats of disruption: The Grade 12 English Paper 1 exam in KwaZulu-Natal, which had the provincial education and community safety departmen on high alert following threats of disruptions has gone ahead without a glitch. Click HERE to … [Read more...]

Engen takes a stand against artisan shortages and unemployment

Engen takes a stand against artisan shortages and unemployment: In a move to help address artisan skills shortages in the wider petrochemical industry as well as high unemployment levels in the South Durban community, Engen has backed a two-year learnership programme that will provide full funding for 20 learners. The programme, which provides a 100% fee-free college service, targets persons from underprivileged backgrounds who have struggled to access mainstream education and training. Successful applicants attend satellite classes run by … [Read more...]

The 60 Minutes Fight Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse school tour

The 60 Minutes Fight Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse school tour: The 60 Minutes Fight Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse school tour was an incredible success again this year. The non-profit company took to the schools for the 8th time, an educational production for pupils and a once in a lifetime experience for recovering addicts in treatment. The production was made up of a play by patients of the Cedars Addiction Treatment Centre; testimonials by addicts in recovery. It included musical and dance performances by NoMind, Lisa, Lindiwe and … [Read more...]

EXTRACT | Against All Odds: The epic story of the Oceanos rescue

Durban in the News: EXTRACT | Against All Odds: The epic story of the Oceanos rescue: Michael helped his family struggle aboard Lifeboat 3 with a throng of about 30 other women and children. The next moment they were joined by 12 crew who pushed passengers aside and jostled among themselves to get aboard. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]