WATCH | Great Snakes! Pet mamba around man’s neck causes stir at KZN scrapyard

Durban in the News: WATCH | Great Snakes! Pet mamba around man's neck causes stir at KZN scrapyard: A man and his pet mamba, caused quite the stir at a local scrapyard in Port Shepstone. PICS | Healer charged with raping 2 women who blacked out from 'traditional concoction': A traditional healer has been arrested after being accused of raping two women who passed out after drinking a traditional concoction during a "cleansing ceremony", KwaZulu-Natal police say. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal … [Read more...]

Turning Things Around – Featured Durban Blog

Turning Things Around: One loss in three in the first month of the Vodacom Super Rugby season does not herald a crisis and the Cell C Sharks have the perfect opportunity to strike back when we take on the Vodacom Bulls on Saturday. Reflecting on the loss to the DHL Stormers, Cell C Sharks assistant coach Braam van Straaten admits that, “We weren’t on top of our game. We defended really well but got into trouble not handling their kicking game very well. They kicked 33 times which is a lot for Vodacom Super Rugby. “We made some judgment errors … [Read more...]

KZN cops urged to work ‘around the clock’ to find killers of ANC KZN regional leader

Durban in the News: KZN cops urged to work 'around the clock' to find killers of ANC KZN regional leader: MEC Mxolisi Kaunda has called for calm and has urged residents to give police space to conduct thorough investigations into the motive behind the killing of ANC leader Thulani Nxumalo. 11 arrested for Moses Mabhida pitch invasion appear in court: Eleven soccer fans, charged in connection with the pitch invasion at Moses Mabhida Stadium in April, have briefly appeared in the Durban Regional Court. Foetus found dumped in Durban … [Read more...]

Twins’ Lives Turned Around by Cricket and Gela Productions – Featured Durban Blog

Twins’ Lives Turned Around by Cricket and Gela Productions: Life has never been easy for 15-year-old twins Thulani and Thuthukani Chiliza. For years, they lived in a shack on a steep bank near a railway track in Umlazi, with their mother Cindy. Then, in May 2016, heavy rains wreaked havoc in their lives, washing away their home and everything else they owned. The twins and their mother sought refuge at a community centre in the township, sharing a single room with over fifty other people for several months. Through all the turbulence, one … [Read more...]