Latest news on claiming from the RAF in 2019

Latest news on claiming from the RAF in 2019: An update on the amendments to the Road Accident Fund in South Africa. At the time of drafting this article, the RAF is in the final process of amending the general damages pay-outs to road accident victims. This means that victims of road accidents will no longer get a pay-out for general damages. General damages are paid to people for what is known as ‘pain and suffering’ and can include trauma. Below is very brief summary of the RAF changes in near future. The proposed changes: Road Accident … [Read more...]

COACHING AND TEAM NEWS – Featured Durban Blog

COACHING AND TEAM NEWS: After five seasons with the Cell C Sharks, initially as an assistant coach and thereafter as Head Coach, Robert du Preez will take up the next chapter of his coaching career.  This decision is a mutual one and both The Sharks and Robert have parted ways amicably. Robert remains a proud Shark, who represented this team as a former scrumhalf and held the Head Coach role in both the Currie Cup and Vodacom Super Rugby competitions, in the latter taking the team to the knock-out rounds and quarter-final action in back-to-back … [Read more...]

Fake news about xenophobia on social media aimed at ruining brand SA – govt

Durban in the News: Fake news about xenophobia on social media aimed at ruining brand SA - govt: The government has warned South Africans not to be "duped to believe everything they read or see on social media that is purported to be about attacks on foreign nationals". Woman sentenced to life for raping 10-year-old male relative: A KwaZulu-Natal woman who raped her 10-year-old cousin on multiple occasions has been sentenced to life imprisonment, police say. KZN taxi boss gunned down: A KwaZulu-Natal taxi boss has been gunned down in … [Read more...]

CELL C SHARKS COACHING NEWS – Featured Durban Blog

CELL C SHARKS COACHING NEWS: Durban, 17th November 2017: In 2017, the introduction of Robert du Preez as the Cell C Sharks Head Coach coincided with the assembling of a young talented squad, which paved the way for a new era at the Cell C Sharks. A three-year plan was structured and implemented to take us forward and reclaim our winning ways. In year one, there was sufficient growth shown with the Cell C Sharks having qualified for the Vodacom Super Rugby quarter-finals, topped the log at the end of the pool stages of the Currie Cup and … [Read more...]