Family of domestic worker allegedly burnt by employer’s son says she still can’t walk properly

Durban in the News: Family of domestic worker allegedly burnt by employer's son says she still can't walk properly: The case against the man who is accused of setting a domestic worker on fire has been postponed. Four men appear in court for allegedly shooting KZN taxi owner: Four men who allegedly shot and injured a taxi owner in Mandeni, KwaZulu-Natal, briefly made a brief appearance in the Nyoni Magistrate's Court. KZN man admits to killing 3 pensioners: A KwaZulu-Natal man has confessed to killing three pensioners in … [Read more...]

Pine Walk Centre provides joy to local community school

Pine Walk Centre provides joy to local community school: Pine Walk Centre team doing their bit for 67 minutes Photo: Supplied Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world, according to respected statesman, Nelson Mandela. In the spirit of a man who took humanitarianism and transformation to a whole new level globally and in celebration of Mandela Day today (July 18th), Pine Walk Centre adopted the SOS Education Campaign – which stands for Support our Schools – in an attempt to help improve the quality of … [Read more...]

Opposition parties walk out of KZN legislature as Zuma makes surprise appearance

Durban in the News: Opposition parties walk out of KZN legislature as Zuma makes surprise appearance: Opposition parties in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature say former president Jacob Zuma's presence in the house is part of ongoing factionalism within the ANC. Murdered taxi boss was also a teacher - family: The Umbumbulu Taxi Association chairperson who was shot dead in Izinyathi, taught at a school in Bhekulwandle, says his sister. MJC visits Shia mosque, calls for calm after KZN attack: A high-level Muslim Judicial Council delegation … [Read more...]

Step out in support of Tafta’s family fun walk

Step out in support of Tafta’s family fun walk: Each year Tafta’s family fun walk draws hundreds of partipants. Durbanites can put their best foot forward for charity by donning their favourite pair of sneakers in support of the Association for the Aged’s (Tafta) annual family fun walk. Centred on Tafta’s core value of inspiring active ageing, the organisation invites participants of all ages to lace up their running shoes for a day of activity and excitement on Saturday, July 15. Each year the event draws hundreds of fitness enthusiasts … [Read more...]