Sri Lanka continue Proteas assault at Kingsmead

Durban in the News: Sri Lanka continue Proteas assault at Kingsmead: The Proteas continue to struggle in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Durban, which got underway on Wednesday. DUT management, SRC agree to resume lectures: The Durban University of Technology is set to recommence its academic programme after management and the SRC found common ground. In World Cup year, Proteas still eyeing No 1 Test spot: Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says that he is having no trouble keeping his eye on both the World Cup and the Test … [Read more...]

Proteas win toss, bowl at Kingsmead

Durban in the News: Proteas win toss, bowl at Kingsmead: The Proteas have won the toss and will field first in their second ODI against Pakistan at Kingsmead on Tuesday. Zuma album: 'There is no such thing,' says eThekwini mayor: eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede says there is no deal with former president Jacob Zuma to record an album of struggle songs. WATCH: Residents cry for help as body found in Durban street: A 32-year-old man is expected to appear in court for murder after handing himself over to police in connection with the … [Read more...]

Warner v De Kock detracts from real Kingsmead issues

Durban in the News: Warner v De Kock detracts from real Kingsmead issues: The altercation between David Warner and Quinton de Kock has prevented us from talking about the real stories of substance to come out of Kingsmead, writes Lloyd Burnard. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Mandela’s legacy shines through at Kingsmead – Featured Durban Blog

Mandela’s legacy shines through at Kingsmead: The legend of the national icon Nelson Mandela was on show on Tuesday as Hollywoodbets Dolphins players, sponsors, management and staff welcomed children from the Durban and Districts Child Welfare to Sahara Stadium Kingsmead for a day of fun as part of their Mandela Day initiative. Jumping castles, mini cricket sets, hair spraying and music were on offer as the children aged from 2 to 12 enjoyed a day out at Kingsmead where they were the centre of attention. The children were given the opportunity … [Read more...]