It’s a World of Figs

It’s a World of Figs: Cape Town, February 2020 – With the demand of organic and eco-friendly farming growing, suppliers are under pressure to deliver – a sentiment fully understood and embraced by Bay Harbour Market’s popular fresh produce trader, Figalicious. And to everyone’s delight, fig season is here! “We have fresh figs, berries, pomegranates, prickly pears and Dragon Fruit when in season,” says Shirene Simmons of Figalicious, “and all our figs are sourced locally. We have figs from Worcester as well as organic figs from Wellington … [Read more...]

World Without Wine comes to Durban

World Without Wine comes to Durban: Durban, South Africa – World Without Wine, a programme that offers a safe, no judgement place for people to moderate or quit drinking, will be holding their first workshop in Durban on 29 February 2020 at the Benjamin Hotel. World Without Wine have been running their ‘New Beginnings’ workshop in Cape Town, Johannesburg and London since 2015, and due to increasing demand, they are extending their reach to Durban. According to Janet Gourand, Founder of World Without Wine, the wine industry is one of our … [Read more...]

Ushaka Sea World Looking For Education Volunteers!

Ushaka Sea World Looking For Education Volunteers!: uShaka Sea World Marine educator, Dailyn Arends explains the layout of the teeth on a juvenile Great White shark jaw with uShaka’s “little guests”. If you are between 18 – 70 years old, have time on your hands and are interested in marine conservation perhaps you would like to join the uShaka Sea World Education team’s group of dedicated education volunteers. To find out more about what it takes to become a volunteer uShaka will be hosting presentations , were you will be afforded the … [Read more...]

State capture: Auditor details how cops allegedly rigged tender processes ahead of 2010 World Cup

Durban in the News: State capture: Auditor details how cops allegedly rigged tender processes ahead of 2010 World Cup: Forensic auditor Trevor White has told the Zondo commission that SAPS intentionally waited for the last minute to secure accommodation for members in order to avoid following proper procurement processes in the awarding of multi-million rand tenders. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]