Toyota Warrior Crowns Its First South African OCR Champions

Toyota Warrior Crowns Its First South African OCR Champions: Toyota Warrior OCR was dominated by South Africans Photo: Image Supplied KWAZULU-NATAL, BLYTHEDALE COASTAL ESTATE – Due to its immense popularity, the South African Obstacle Course Racing industry has, over the past few years, ensured that this past weekend’s inaugural South African Obstacle Course Racing Championship was a world-class event according to the two 2018 South African OCR Champions, Thomas van Tonder and Trish Bahlmann. Responsible for bringing the OCR Championships to … [Read more...]

Oreo enrobed in Cadbury Dairy Milk celebrates its first birthday! – Featured Durban Blog

Oreo enrobed in Cadbury Dairy Milk celebrates its first birthday!: Happy Birthday to this delicious treat.#OreoEnrobedOne year ago the world was made a little better by the launch of OREO covered in Cadbury Dairy Milk. This melt in your mouth biscuit arrived on our shores on 7 July 2017 which just happens to fall on World Chocolate Day!“We could not be happier with how our fans have welcomed this flavour into the Oreo family over the past year, as it has grown phenomenally”, says Thandi Ntuli, Category Lead for Biscuits.Consumers get to enjoy … [Read more...]

Historic first for Moses Mabhida Stadium

Durban in the News: Historic first for Moses Mabhida Stadium: The Sharks have announced that they will host the Bordeaux Begles at the Moses Mabhida Stadium at the end of Super Rugby 2018. Sharks gear up for 'make or break' run: Sharks captain Ruan Botha acknowledges that this is a make or break period for his side in Super Rugby. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Sex Toy Service a First for 1.7 Million Disabled South Africans

Sex Toy Service a First for 1.7 Million Disabled South Africans: Sex Toy Service a First for 1.7 Million Disabled South Africans   Désir, SA’s Leading Adult Toy Retailer, Launches First Dedicated Service for Disabled South Africans Wednesday, 13 June 2018 CAPE TOWN More than 1.7 million South Africans live with complex disabilities, from quadriplegia, to age or accident related disability and sight impairment. These people live with a range of difficulties resulting from misconceptions related to their sexual health, something, a leading … [Read more...]