Time to Shine – Featured Durban Blog

Time to Shine: Although the Cell C Sharks XV side named to play Boland this weekend shows a number of changes to last week’s side, and indeed each week, there is a show of strength for the team looking to produce a good result.   Injuries and call-ups to the SA Under 20 side have not helped coach Sean Everitt’s plans to produce consistent performances in the SuperSport Challenge, given that the side changes fairly drastically each week.   Boland are coming off a 52-0 demolition of Border last week and will come into this match with a … [Read more...]

Vodacom Empowers SA’s Unemployed Youth – Featured Durban Blog

Vodacom Empowers SA's Unemployed Youth: In early May 2019 Vodacom certified 30 unemployed youth at a graduation ceremony. Graduates at the Vodacom graduation ceremony | Image: SuppliedThey had just done 2 years of intense theory, practicals and work-based training in A+ (entry-level computer service professional certification), N+ (mid-level certification for network technicians) and 3G connectivity, with diplomas in IT Technical Support at its KwaZulu-Natal Youth Academy.The graduates participated in the Vodacom Youth Academy’s … [Read more...]

FIDELITY ADT CLUB RUGBY WEDNESDAY COLUMN – Featured Durban Blog

FIDELITY ADT CLUB RUGBY WEDNESDAY COLUMN: Round three of the Fidelity ADT Premier Division produced some entertaining rugby with high scoring games, which saw SA Home Loans Durban Collegians dispatching Standard Bank Richards Bay with the biggest score line of the weekend with a massive 92-5 victory on their home grounds on Saturday afternoon.   The Third Round kicked off on Friday evening with the home side College Rovers beating eThekwini Refractories 38-10 in arguably the most entertaining game of the weekend after leading 24-3 with … [Read more...]

Time to Rest – Featured Durban Blog

Time to Rest: The Cell C Sharks are back home after a gruelling three-week Vodacom Super Rugby tour of Australia and New Zealand and will now enjoy a week’s break before the next game, at home to the Hurricanes. The final match didn’t quite deliver the result the team was hoping for, but off the back of two excellent performances against the Waratahs (a win) and the Crusaders (a draw), came agonisingly close to defeating the Chiefs in what would have been an historic, unbeaten tour. The Chiefs left it late, but true to the attacking mindset … [Read more...]