‘Whoever you are is not important if you don’t respect resolutions of ANC’ – Magashule takes a jibe at Mboweni

Durban in the News: 'Whoever you are is not important if you don't respect resolutions of ANC' - Magashule takes a jibe at Mboweni: "Whoever you are, (or) how important you are, is not important if you don't respect the resolutions of the ANC conferences," ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has said. Alleged Durban cop killer arrested while boarding bus to Joburg: A suspect in the murder of a police constable in Durban this past week was arrested when he attempted to board a bus from Pietermaritzburg to Johannesburg, police confirmed on … [Read more...]

Courageous Colin takes on Amashova cycle race with rehab team

Courageous Colin takes on Amashova cycle race with rehab team: Colin Mitchell (centre) participated in the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic with the Medicross Highway Sub-Acute and Rehabilitation Hospital cycling team, including (from left to right) occupational therapist, Kim Jones; physiotherapist, Estelle Buys, and charge sister, Arina Coetzee. Photo: Medicross Just five months after 30-year-old Colin Mitchell of Marina Beach on the KZN South Coast was involved in a motorcycling accident that resulted in injuries to his spine causing him to … [Read more...]

Engen takes a stand against artisan shortages and unemployment

Engen takes a stand against artisan shortages and unemployment: In a move to help address artisan skills shortages in the wider petrochemical industry as well as high unemployment levels in the South Durban community, Engen has backed a two-year learnership programme that will provide full funding for 20 learners. The programme, which provides a 100% fee-free college service, targets persons from underprivileged backgrounds who have struggled to access mainstream education and training. Successful applicants attend satellite classes run by … [Read more...]

It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village: School-Days Team at Ingane Yami Photo: Shea Karssing School-Days shares the community spirit with Ingane Yami Children’s Village “I don’t think I’d be alive without Ingane Yami.” These are the words of Andile, a 13-year old boy who was the first child to join Ingane Yami Children’s Village at the age of six years old after being severely neglected as a young child. Based in the Shongweni Valley in KZN, Ingane Yami Children’s Village is a permanent, loving home for orphaned and vulnerable children. The village is home to its … [Read more...]