Inaugural Sunfoil KZN DSR Elite Tournament a resounding success – Featured Durban Blog

Inaugural Sunfoil KZN DSR Elite Tournament a resounding success: Durban – The newly formed Sunfoil KZN DSR Elite Tournament concluded recently with the event being the pinnacle event of the successful Sunfoil KZN DSR Hubs Tournament at Michaelhouse in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. The tournament pitted teams from all over the country against one another in the Under 15 and Under 19 age categories. Ultimately it was the Easterns Under 19 team and the KZN Under 15 side that came out on top in their divisions. The Under 19 age category had teams … [Read more...]

Hurricanes win the inaugural Dolphins Premier League T20 title – Featured Durban Blog

Hurricanes win the inaugural Dolphins Premier League T20 title: The Hollywoodbets Ethekwini Hurricanes won the inaugural Dolphins Premier League presented by Aucor title, beating the AFFA Holding Tugela Sharks in a thrilling final at Kingsmead on Sunday afternoon. The Hurricanes set the Chiefs a target of 134 to win the league title after posting 133/8 in their innings. In reply the Sharks were pinned back by the Hurricanes bowlers and were 14/3 after 5 overs and then reeling at 61/5 after 12 overs, setting up the victory for the Hurricanes. … [Read more...]

Durban welcomes best beans and baristas for the inaugural Creative Coffee Week

Durban welcomes best beans and baristas for the inaugural Creative Coffee Week: The inaugural Creative Coffee Week has turned Durban into a percolating hub of coffee activity as South Africa’s leading coffee professionals converge at the promenade and Point waterfront from 26 to 28 July. Organised by Coffee Magazine – in partnership with eThekwini Municipality and headline sponsors, FNB, Selati and Innovate Durban – this energised event is set to drive local commerce, create employment among the youth and share global insights into … [Read more...]

Inaugural Lecture Focuses on Institutionalisation of Traditional Medicine

Inaugural Lecture Focuses on Institutionalisation of Traditional Medicine: Until the advent of Western medicine, traditional medicine (TM) had been the only source of health care in Africa, said UKZN’s Professor Exnevia Gomo at his Inaugural lecture presented on the Howard College campus. ‘Colonisation systematically relegated TM to an unofficial health care service yet it retained its relevance for the majority of the people of Africa, demonstrating its resilience.’ Gomo, who is attached to the Discipline of Traditional Medicine, said … [Read more...]