KZN Sharks Board confirms body found at Richards Bay beach is missing employee

Durban in the News: KZN Sharks Board confirms body found at Richards Bay beach is missing employee: The KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board has confirmed that a decomposed body found floating off a beach in Richards Bay is that of their missing employee, Siyabonga Gabela. Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile locked out of Union Buildings: EFF student activist Bonginkosi Khanyile has been locked out of the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Toddler survived a week among decomposing bodies: Police say a 21-year-old man allegedly stabbed his … [Read more...]

Durban Image: Skills Workshops: How to Develop a High-Performance Board

A Durban tagged image from Flickr - click on the name of the photographer below the image to see more Durban goodness. Skills Workshops: How to Develop a High-Performance Board Image by World Economic Forum Patrick Gyimah Awuah Jr, Founder and President, Ashesi University College, Ghana, Landry Signe, Distinguished Fellow, Center for African Studies, Stanford University, USA, Frank Beadle de Palomo, President and Chief Executive Officer, mothers2mothers, South Africa, Zukie Siyotula, Chairperson, Revere Group, South Africa during the … [Read more...]

Two Sharks Board employees believed to have drowned in Richards Bay

Durban in the News: Two Sharks Board employees believed to have drowned in Richards Bay: Two Sharks Board employees drowned in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal during a shark net inspection around 07:00 on Wednesday. Boks to manage Wille le Roux's game time: The Springboks will manage the game time of fullback Willie le Roux during the upcoming Rugby Championship. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

KZN Sharks Board – Featured Durban Blog

KZN Sharks Board: We are delighted to have received recognition for our efforts in promoting boat building and the wider leisure marine industry as a result of our collaboration with KwaZulu Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence through the Skills Development Programme and the use of our Pacer 27 builders moulds. The Future of Coastal Clubs: Further to various announcements on the collaborative exercise between all the Coastal Clubs of South Africa, facilitated by South African Sailing, it gives me pleasure to forward the attached … [Read more...]