Here Comes King Of The Whip 2020

Here Comes King Of The Whip 2020: Montecasino – It’s time for the LW Mag 2020 King of the Whip – Best Whip Contest, presented by Pringles, in association with Monster Energy, PlayStation and Motul. On 18 April 2020, this adrenaline-fuelled Action Sports event moves to its new home in Montecasino. Witness top Motocross and Freestyle Motocross athletes battling it out to for a share of the prize purse and to see who’ll be the King of the Whip. Doors open at 2 pm with proceedings set to kick off at 4 pm and continue into the … [Read more...]

World Without Wine comes to Durban

World Without Wine comes to Durban: Durban, South Africa – World Without Wine, a programme that offers a safe, no judgement place for people to moderate or quit drinking, will be holding their first workshop in Durban on 29 February 2020 at the Benjamin Hotel. World Without Wine have been running their ‘New Beginnings’ workshop in Cape Town, Johannesburg and London since 2015, and due to increasing demand, they are extending their reach to Durban. According to Janet Gourand, Founder of World Without Wine, the wine industry is one of our … [Read more...]

True Economic Empowerment Comes With Disruption

True Economic Empowerment Comes With Disruption: MultiNet Earning Potential Photo: In House MultiNET’s new approach to sharing wealth means home loan consultants could earn R20 million on average more than their counterparts in the market. Over the years, those companies that have played a disruptive role in their respective market spaces have been the ones to catapult us forward. Apple and the smartphone, Nikon and the world’s first digital camera, even a certain insurance company and its telephonic underwriting process, are just three … [Read more...]

Enthralling Local Courtroom Drama Comes To The Midlands

Enthralling Local Courtroom Drama Comes To The Midlands: Justice is a Woman Fans of legal dramas and local theatre will not want to miss Justice is a Woman; a highly emotive theatre production highlighting issues of gender inequality and the ethical dilemmas of the justice system written by well-respected former KZN judge Chris Nicholson, directed by Paul Spence, formerly of the Royal Shakespeare Company UK and starring a richly talented South African cast. Set in a KZN university in 2018, after the 2 000-year exclusion of women as lawyers in … [Read more...]