Beast braces for ‘mind-boggling’ record

Durban in the News: Beast braces for 'mind-boggling' record: Sharks prop Tendai Mtawarira says he never thought he would one day become the most capped South African in Super Rugby history. Dogs maul women: 'I remember the screams, blood and terror in her eyes': Just more than a week after being attacked by dogs in KwaZulu-Natal, one of the victims says she thought she’d die that day. KZN taxi driver arrested after running woman down - twice: An unidentified woman is in critical condition after she was run over twice by a minibus taxi … [Read more...]

Markram’s ton helps etch name into record books

Durban in the News: Markram's ton helps etch name into record books: Despite starring down the barrel of an opening Test defeat against Australia, Proteas opener Aiden Markram has batted his way into the record books. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Setting the record straight key for Dolphins – Featured Durban Blog

Setting the record straight key for Dolphins: Durban – With another demanding Momentum One Day Cup schedule ahead of the Hollywoodbets Dolphins, they have two more round robin games, against the bizhub Highveld Lions and the Multiply Titans, to set the record straight before the semi-finals next week. Having lost their two home games this past Friday and Sunday, they will have another opportunity to win at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead when they tackle the Lions on Wednesday before a trip to SuperSport Park Centurion to tackle the table … [Read more...]

Record number of entries for 2017 Four Elements Ocean Challenge

Record number of entries for 2017 Four Elements Ocean Challenge: Despite the cold front which descended upon the KwaZulu-Natal coast, a record 143 swimmers braved the Indian Ocean on the morning of 13 May to compete in the fourth annual Four Elements Ocean Challenge. This year saw Julian Taylor taking the top spot in the Open Category for an impressive third year, while Sanele Nxumalo clinched the second spot again this year. Nxumalo did, however, take first place in the newly-introduced Lifeguard Category while Sasha-Lee Nordengen-Corris – … [Read more...]