South African Sardine Run Charter Owners Association

South African Sardine Run Charter Owners Association: Sardine Run Action brings predators together for a feast Photo: Alan Straton On 2 July 2019, three South African sardine run charter businesses collaborated to establish the South African Sardine Run Charter Owners’ Association (SASRCOA). The three pioneering and founding members of the Association are African Water Sports, Adventure the Deep and Dive Expert-Tours. The Association’s key objectives will be to encourage all other responsible and eco-tourism focused sardine-run businesses to … [Read more...]

At least 20 trucks torched per week in KZN, say truck owners

Durban in the News: At least 20 trucks torched per week in KZN, say truck owners: While renewed government interventions have been put in place to curb attacks on truckers in KwaZulu-Natal, at least 20 trucks per week have been torched in the last three weeks. Umhlanga pensioner in ICU after home invasion, assault: An Umhlanga resident in Durban is in intensive care after suffering a head injury during a house robbery, according to Durban North police. KZN police investigating neglect after 4 children burn to death in home: … [Read more...]

‘We are relying on the KZN government for protection’ – foreign shop owners following ultimatum

Durban in the News: 'We are relying on the KZN government for protection' - foreign shop owners following ultimatum: Foreign shop owners in suburbs north of Durban say they will rely on the government for protection should local businessmen attack their shops. Man accused of murdering MUT student Zolile Khumalo to apply for bail: Thabani Mzolo has been charged with murder and the possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Property owners are still falling into the traps of private property sales

Property owners are still falling into the traps of private property sales: Galvanised Flashing Missing Photo: Inspect-a-home Despite various investigative reports on Carte Blanche and general media exposure, private property buyers are still getting caught by non-disclosed defects. Although the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) provides relief to most consumers by ensuring that a seller or estate agent discloses all defects, the CPA does not apply to one-off, private sales. These sellers are still protected by the old voetstoots clause. While a … [Read more...]