Inland hold on in Paarl – Featured Durban Blog

Inland hold on in Paarl: Pietermaritzburg – Hollywoodbets KZN Inland had to show some dogged determination to hold out for a draw in their CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup clash with Boland at Eurolux Boland Park in Paarl last week. It was a dominant display with the bat in the first innings from the home side who managed to put together 417 for seven declared in just over 121 overs. Isma-eel Gafieldien and Ruan Terblanche both registered big hundreds with the former making 136 while Terblanche top scored with 142. Their partnership was worth 216 as … [Read more...]

Family, friends of murdered UCT student hold final farewell in KZN

Durban in the News: Family, friends of murdered UCT student hold final farewell in KZN: UCT student Cebo Mhleli Mbatha, who was stabbed to death at Clifton Beach, has been laid to rest. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Newcastle municipality power cut put on hold pending court hearing

Durban in the News: Newcastle municipality power cut put on hold pending court hearing: Eskom says the Newcastle municipality in KwaZulu-Natal will not have its electricity supply cut off - for now. Funeral of alleged drug dealer ends in chaos after police try to stop AK-47 gun salute: The Mpumalanga funeral of an alleged KwaZulu-Natal drug dealer has ended in chaos as police were pelted with stones for attempting to arrest a group of men who fired guns during the ceremony. Click HERE to submit your Durban and … [Read more...]

“Fire in the Hold” a Relic of the Past with Maritime Thermal Event Monitoring

“Fire in the Hold” a Relic of the Past with Maritime Thermal Event Monitoring: The phrase ‘fire in the hold’ could be consigned to the dustbin of maritime history if the shipping industry was obliged to install thermal imaging systems on all new cargo vessels. Critical thermal event alarm notification and monitoring solutions have received renewed attention from the global maritime sector following a series of devastating fire-related incidents involving cargo ships. “Thermal-based events have a long and unfortunate history in shipping,” says … [Read more...]