Herpetologist will share snakebite research on Durban’s most venomous species

Herpetologist will share snakebite research on Durban’s most venomous species: Cormac Price Photo: Cormac Price The World Health Organisation (WHO) has categorised snakebite and human snake conflict as an unrecognised global epidemic. One Durban-based herpetologist, Cormac Price, is researching the behaviour of urban snakes and the interaction with humans in an effort to address this epidemic. He will share some of his findings as part of the Crocworld Conservation Centre monthly talk, taking place on Saturday, 8 February. Getting to know … [Read more...]

WATCH | A bird’s eye view of Durban’s new promenade – the longest in Africa

Durban in the News: WATCH | A bird's eye view of Durban's new promenade - the longest in Africa: Durban's new seaside promenade officially opened on Saturday which extends the Golden Mile by 750 metres past uShaka Marine World to the harbour. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [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...]

Durban’s Point precinct to get a facelift after buildings demolished

Durban in the News: Durban's Point precinct to get a facelift after buildings demolished: The demolition of buildings in the Durban Point precinct will turn the area into a premier tourism destination for the city, acting mayor Fawzia Peer said on Friday. eThekwini metro rubbishes rumours that acting mayor's PA may have been poisoned: The mayor's office in the eThekwini metro has rubbished reports that suggested that foul play was involved in the illness of an employee of the office. Click HERE to submit your … [Read more...]