Captain’s armband will not change Sharks’ Am

Durban in the News: Captain's armband will not change Sharks' Am: Lukhanyo Am is a man who prefers to let his actions on the field do the talking, but the decision to make him Sharks captain was a popular one. KZN horror crash: Truck driver who killed 24 people released from prison: Swazi-born truck driver Sanele Goodness May, who was at the wheel of a truck that killed 24 people in 2013, has been released from prison, his supporters have said. Fugitive wanted for string of KwaZulu-Natal killings arrested: A KwaZulu-Natal fugitive … [Read more...]

PICS: Durban’s first Green Diwali shines light on climate change

Durban in the News: PICS: Durban's first Green Diwali shines light on climate change: As Hindus worldwide gather to observe Diwali, a group of forward-thinking Durbanites are attempting to change the perception of the auspicious day. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Veolia KwaZulu-Natal: Focus on Water Security and Climate Change during National Science Week

Veolia KwaZulu-Natal: Focus on Water Security and Climate Change during National Science Week: Siva Chetty, Veolia KwaZulu-Natal Operations Manager, spoke to learners at Dr. Nembula High School in Folweni during National Science Week Siva Chetty, Veolia KwaZulu-Natal Operations Manager, spoke to learners at Dr. Nembula High School in Folweni on 31 July 2019 as part of National Science Week, in conjunction with the KZN Science Centre. Chetty had the opportunity to discuss the long-term importance of water reuse, and how this can be achieved, and … [Read more...]

Sharks change 4 for Cheetahs duel

Durban in the News: Sharks change 4 for Cheetahs duel: Sharks coach Sean Everitt has made four changes to his team for their Currie Cup clash against the Free State Cheetahs at Kings Park. Taking a KZN beach break? Here's your traffic forecast for the long weekend: The majority of crashes on the N3 are caused by human error, whether it is negligent driving, lack of concentration, ignoring warnings and/or a disregard of basic safety measures. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]