The second Pink Phoenix Cancer Foundation’s Tutus and Tekkies event took place on Sunday. Were you napped by our photographer on the day?
The eThekwini Municipality has introduced a webpage to specifically deal with providing information and interactive tools for the public to learn more about the City’s museums and art galleries.
Feeding the Furballs, a non-profit organisation (NPO) and PBO (public benefit organisation) held the fundraiser at Hingham Nursery.
The competition featured teams from U5 to U17 age groups.
The demonstration was part of a global movement, which saw similar movements across 70 locations in 23 different countries all over the world.
The event was held at Golden Hours on Freedom Day.
Cyclists from Durban and surrounding provinces have flocked to Durban to take on the aQuelle Tour Durban today.
The country’s biggest privately owned home appliance store, Hirsch’s recently hosted a networking session aimed at aimed at giving upcoming entrepreneurs the opportunity to learn from and build networks with established business people.
The Play that Goes Wrong is being staged at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre until 29 April.
The market held every Sunday is mainly aimed at raising funds to assist Golden Hours School, which caters for children with special needs. Last Sunday was no different as local residents came in their numbers.
Carol van Tonder, who was a Lifeline counsellor for nine years before starting the Crisis Team, which was founded in 2008 said it was an emotional day reminiscing how far the organisation had come.