Is the Kruger National Park still worth the visit ?

Is the Kruger National Park still worth the visit ?: Despite the effect commercialization has on the Kruger National Park –  here are some reasons why it is still worth your while to visit the Park. The Kruger National Park covers a vast area, the size of a small country (19 485 km²). More species of large mammals are found in the Kruger National Park than any other African game reserve (147 species). The Kruger National Park  is a Bird lover’s paradise with more than 500 bird species inhabiting the Park. The size and diversity of … [Read more...]

Veolia KwaZulu-Natal: Focus on Water Security and Climate Change during National Science Week

Veolia KwaZulu-Natal: Focus on Water Security and Climate Change during National Science Week: Siva Chetty, Veolia KwaZulu-Natal Operations Manager, spoke to learners at Dr. Nembula High School in Folweni during National Science Week Siva Chetty, Veolia KwaZulu-Natal Operations Manager, spoke to learners at Dr. Nembula High School in Folweni on 31 July 2019 as part of National Science Week, in conjunction with the KZN Science Centre. Chetty had the opportunity to discuss the long-term importance of water reuse, and how this can be achieved, and … [Read more...]

KZN Coastal Intellectually Impaired side claim national honours – Featured Durban Blog

KZN Coastal Intellectually Impaired side claim national honours: Following an unbeaten run at the recent SASA II National Summer Open Games in Kimberley, the KZN Coastal Intellectually Impaired cricket side claimed the national honours for the first time. Having recently split into KZN Coastal and KZN Inland, the men from the coast went about their business in a sound manner dismissing North-West twice, their neighbours KZN Inland twice and Northern Cape in the group phase of the competition. They met Mpumalanga in the semi-final and came out … [Read more...]

KZN Women ready for national week – Featured Durban Blog

KZN Women ready for national week: Durban – After a period of solid preparation, the KwaZulu-Natal Women’s team are ready to take on the country’s best at the CSA National Women’s Cricket Week from 25 to 29 March in Bloemfontein. KZN Women’s Coach Dinesha Devnarain said the team has been putting in the hard yards behind the scenes honing their skills in preparation for the biggest domestic women’s competition in the country. “The team has been focusing a lot on strengthening their weaknesses and maintaining the areas that we are good at,” … [Read more...]