Two accused of posing as soldiers and raping KZN granny held in custody

Durban in the News: Two accused of posing as soldiers and raping KZN granny held in custody: Two men who allegedly posed as SA National Defence Force soldiers to rape and kill a granny have appeared in court and will remain in custody, police said on Friday. Coronavirus claims 3 at St Augustine's Hospital in Durban: In the last 72 hours, three patients have died from Covid-19 at St Augustine's Hospital in Durban, Dr Richard Friedland, the CEO of the Netcare Group, has said. 11 healthcare workers at St Augustine's Hospital in Durban … [Read more...]

Chinese consulate ‘shocked’ after man held for allegedly forcing workers to make masks

Durban in the News: Chinese consulate 'shocked' after man held for allegedly forcing workers to make masks: The Consulate General of China in Durban has called out the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government following the arrest of a Chinese national who allegedly held 12 South Africans in his factory during the national lockdown to manufacture medical masks. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

2020 SPAR Kirkwood Wildsfees held over to 2021

2020 SPAR Kirkwood Wildsfees held over to 2021: Kirkwood, March 17: The directors and management of the SPAR Kirkwood Wildsfees have after careful consideration decided not to stage the 2020 event in June due to global CORONA-19 outbreak. “Rest assured, we have already set the dates and plans in place for 2021, when the SPAR Kirkwood Wildsfees will be held between June 25 and June 27,” says festival director Jenni Honsbein. “The decision was not taken lightly,” says Wildsfees board chairperson Paul Marais. “Even though the planned event fell … [Read more...]

First African Home Education Indaba Held

First African Home Education Indaba Held: ‘Home education is a right of parents and children that must be protected by every state. Nations that respect and protect the right of parents and children to home educate demonstrate a commitment to respecting human rights, but governments which restrict home education don’t trust their citizens,’ said Mike Donnelly, SC, Director of Global Outreach at the HSLDA. He was a key speaker at the historic first African Home Education Indaba, held in Pretoria from 17-19 October, 2019. Delegates from a number … [Read more...]