Little Creatures in Your Garden” Talk at Crocworld Conservation Centre

Little Creatures in Your Garden” Talk at Crocworld Conservation Centre: Warren Dick On Saturday 18 May, Crocworld Conservation Centre will be hosting well-known pastor, photographer and snake-catcher, Warren Keith Dick, as part of its monthly lecture series. The event, which commences at 09h00, includes an Early Bird Breakfast, and will be held at the Fish Eagle Café. For a minimal cost of R50.00, guests will also have access to the Centre’s vast reptile and bird sanctuaries, enjoy breakfast and the talk. Dick’s talk on Garden Creepy Crawlies … [Read more...]

Musgrave Centre To Host The Cast Of The Kandasamys: The Wedding!

Musgrave Centre To Host The Cast Of The Kandasamys: The Wedding!: On Saturday, April 20 from 11h30 to 12h45 head on down to Musgrave Shopping Centre (on level 2 opposite Nedbank)and meet the cast of The Kandasamy’s who are doing their promotional movie tour throughout the Province. What a great way to spend the Easter weekend! There will be an opportunity to win some spot prizes, meet & greet your favourite local celebrity and get that all time favourite “selfie shot”. (T’s & C’s apply). Kandasamys: The Wedding was filmed in Chatsworth … [Read more...]

Crocworld Conservation Centre announces full holiday programme for Easter

Crocworld Conservation Centre announces full holiday programme for Easter: Kingsley Symcox (Scottburgh), Sithembelele Mvani (Renishaw) and Londeka Ntshangase (Scottburgh) It’s all about family-time fun at Crocworld Conservation Centre, based in Scottburgh, as the Easter Holiday Programme gets underway from Friday, 19 April to Sunday, 5 May. “Holiday-makers to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast are really in for a treat – we’re going all out this year with interactive and exciting entertainment for children of all ages,” said Martin Rodrigues, … [Read more...]

No job? Hate the job you in? Consider a career in the call centre industry!

No job? Hate the job you in? Consider a career in the call centre industry!: Are you among the 27% of unemployed South Africans? Stuck in a position with no opportunity to grow? Perhaps you should consider a career in the booming call centre industry! South Africa’s contact centre sector is developing at a rapid pace due to growing telecommunications infrastructure, government incentives and first-class, cost-effective customer service. “In South Africa, there are more than 210 000 agents working in the call centre industry,” says Jacques de … [Read more...]