Welcome 2018 – Featured Durban Blog

Welcome 2018: The Cell C Sharks have returned to the training pitch last week, following the Christmas break as they prepare for Vodacom Super Rugby 2018 in earnest, having put in the hard yards after the conclusion of the 2017 rugby season. “We had a four week pre-season, before the break, and it proved to be a great four weeks,” head coach Robert du Preez confirmed. “The boys worked really hard with a big emphasis on keeping the pre-season a lot more rugby-related. I think the players enjoyed it although we did take them out their comfort … [Read more...]

Tshwane ANCWL officially welcome Didiza

A Durban selected video: The ANC Womens league in Tshwane has officially welcomed the much talked about mayoral candidate, Thoko Didiza. The league held a meeting in Pretoria west, to show support for the former NEC member. This as Didiza took part in a campaign trail for the second day running in the capital. Also campaigning was the DA, it says Didiza is not experienced enough on local government issues. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Visit the MyPE YouTube Channel. More … [Read more...]

KZN Cricket welcome new franchise to Durban for T20 Global League – Featured Durban Blog

KZN Cricket welcome new franchise to Durban for T20 Global League: Cricket fans in Durban can look forward to plenty of short and long term benefits after the city was confirmed as the base for the franchise bought by Pakistani businessman Fawad Rana, ahead of the inaugural T20 Global League that was officially unveiled in London on Monday afternoon. Rana is no stranger to cricket as he too is the owner of the Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. In what is a home-coming of sorts, Hashim Amla was announced as the Proteas marquee … [Read more...]

Welcome Return – Featured Durban Blog

Welcome Return: The Cell C Sharks will take on the Western Force in Saturday’s Vodacom Super Rugby clash at Growthpoint KINGS PARK bolstered by the inclusion of Pat Lambie who has been named amongst the reserves. He has not played for the Cell C Sharks since taking a knock against the Waratahs in round three, but his return is a most welcome one. In other changes, there are two new wings this week with Kobus van Wyk also returning from injury, he takes over from Odwa Ndungane while the exciting Sbu Nkosi, who is making his debut, has replaced … [Read more...]