Sharks Go Down Fighting – Featured Durban Blog

Sharks Go Down Fighting: The Hurricanes produced their best performance of the season at Sky Stadium in Wellington on Saturday morning to see off the Cell C Sharks 38-22 in an action-packed match. The high-scoring Vodacom Super Rugby clash saw the home side demonstrate why they are so tough to beat at home as they extended their winning record over South African opposition to 14 matches. Disruptions did not help our cause, losing Curwin Bosch to a family bereavement and then his replacement Boeta Chamberlain and wing sensation Makazole … [Read more...]

Durban student fighting for his life after being stabbed on DUT campus

Durban in the News: Durban student fighting for his life after being stabbed on DUT campus: A Durban University of Technology student is fighting for his life after being stabbed in the head. KwaZulu-Natal health dept does U-turn on hiring of foreign doctors: The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health has done an about-turn on a circular that went out stating the hiring of foreign doctors would be halted. Sharks snap up Stormers & Springbok loose forward: The Sharks have confirmed the signing of loose forward Sikhumbuzo Notshe from the … [Read more...]

Sharks Go Down Fighting – Featured Durban Blog

Sharks Go Down Fighting: The Cell C Sharks hosted the Hurricanes in our final home game of the Vodacom Super Rugby pool stages but the match ended in disappointment as the visitors secured a 30-17 victory. The Hurricanes trailed almost every statistic, but managed, when it counted, to close off opportunities as the game ebbed and flowed. Despite having barely a sniff of possession, it was the visiting Hurricanes who opened the scoring in the sixth minute, Jordie Barrett receiving the ball from his brother Beauden on our 22 and racing to score … [Read more...]

Port of Durban Appeals for Public Support in Fighting Plastic Pollution

Port of Durban Appeals for Public Support in Fighting Plastic Pollution: The Port of Durban has been badly affected by the large volume of waste and vegetation flowing into port waters after the recent heavy rains and flooding. Photo: Transnet NPA Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) at the Port of Durban has commenced a major clean-up to remove the large volume of waste and vegetation from the port after the recent heavy rains and flooding in KwaZulu-Natal. The adverse weather caused the usual deluge of plastic and other debris to flow … [Read more...]