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Voters hoping for change

Durban North residents say they hope their votes will bring about positive changes in the community.
Greenwood Park Primary School hosted its annual fun walk last week and pupils from all grades marched through the area as part of the festivities. This year also marks the school's 50th jubilee and the school has planned a number of activities to celebrate the year.Pupils from every grade took part in the annual fun walk at Greenwood Park Primary School.

Greenwood Park hosts fun walk

The fun walk is one the annual highlights in the school year and it takes on greater significance, forming part of the school’s 50th birthday.
Local resident, Tony ‘Boats’ Botes is hard to miss out on the uMngeni and uMsundusi rivers with his unmistakable feathered head dress and war paint which has earned him the nickname of the legendary Native American leader Hiawatha.

Dusi a hit with Durbanites

Blue Lagoon was the setting for the final day of the Dusi Canoe Marathon which saw thousands show their support for paddlers taking part in the event.

Local matrics celebrate results

Catch a glimpse of some of the matrics from Northlands and Danville Girls’ High School as well as Crawford College La Lucia celebrating their results.

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