‘Rough seas’ cause some Durban beaches to close

Durban in the News: 'Rough seas' cause some Durban beaches to close: Rough sea conditions have meant that the beaches cannot be inspected and therefore, cannot be declared safe for swimming. Sharks coach chuffed with young guns after win over Lions: Sharks coach Sean Everitt is proud of his charges following their 30-28 win over the Golden Lions in Johannesburg. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

It Doesn’t Need to be Mandela Day to Volunteer for a Cause

It Doesn’t Need to be Mandela Day to Volunteer for a Cause: Volunteering is good for your health Photo: It is a stock image; no accreditation needed Port Elizabeth, November, 22, 2017 – Mandela Day may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue to volunteer your time throughout the year. According to research by Carnegie Mellon University, Volunteering is Good For Your Health. Results have shown that those who had volunteered a minimum of 200 hours within one year were less likely to develop high blood pressure than … [Read more...]

Locals set to enjoy a local food and wine experience for a good cause

Locals set to enjoy a local food and wine experience for a good cause: Wine-lovers and food-fanatics from Hilton and surrounds can look forward to testing, sampling and pairing wines, from top wineries from around the world, with local dishes at the annual Hilton Food & Wine Fair which takes place on Friday, 8 September at the Protea Hotel in Hilton. The Fair, now in its sixth year, offers guests an evening of mingling with the Hilton community while enjoying local and international wines and a plethora of bite-sized dishes while playing … [Read more...]

Police say greed, desire for power cause violence at Glebelands

Durban in the News: Police say greed, desire for power cause violence at Glebelands: Greed and competition for social and political power were some of the reasons for violence at Glebelands Hostel, a parliamentary oversight committee on policing heard. Addington's electricity crisis sends patients to other hospitals: The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health is referring patients to other state facilities after Addington Hospital began experiencing “electricity challenges” Competition Commission raids fire control companies: The … [Read more...]