Power To The People – Servest Provides For a Peaceful Environment

Power To The People – Servest Provides For a Peaceful Environment: Johannesburg, Gauteng, 22 March 2018, Servest are in the process of testing new battery operated landscaping equipment. These include leaf blowers, brush cutters, hedgers, trimmers and pruners, which are all battery operated. “Servest Landscaping and Turf are on par with international best practices in improving productivity, sustainability, and the assurance of aligning business practices to that of  international standards”, says, Andre Ferreira, Sales and Marketing Director … [Read more...]

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY FEATURE: Knowing your rights is power – KZN advocate, 23

Durban in the News: HUMAN RIGHTS DAY FEATURE: Knowing your rights is power – KZN advocate, 23: In our Human Rights Day series, we feature everyday South Africans who have taken it upon themselves to defend the basic rights of others. In this feature, meet Advocate Luyanda Mbatha, who believes knowing your rights is power. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Power breeds take to the catwalk for the Animal RAID “Pit Passion with Fashion” Survivor fundraiser

Power breeds take to the catwalk for the Animal RAID “Pit Passion with Fashion” Survivor fundraiser: Whetting the appetite of fashionistas, socialites and the general public in the run-up to the Durban Fashion Fair, is Animal RAID’s first-ever “Pit Passion with Fashion” animal fund-raiser taking place at Musgrave Methodist Church Hall at 237 Musgrave Road, Durban on Saturday, 19 August from 2pm to 4pm. Featuring pit bulls and other canine power breeds, the ‘Surivivor’ themed fashion show is the first of several fundraising events organised for … [Read more...]

Police say greed, desire for power cause violence at Glebelands

Durban in the News: Police say greed, desire for power cause violence at Glebelands: Greed and competition for social and political power were some of the reasons for violence at Glebelands Hostel, a parliamentary oversight committee on policing heard. Addington's electricity crisis sends patients to other hospitals: The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health is referring patients to other state facilities after Addington Hospital began experiencing “electricity challenges” Competition Commission raids fire control companies: The … [Read more...]