The former beauty queen gave her tips and advice on how women could start their own businesses. She also shed some light on how women can endure the difficult times when running their own company or brand.
Bastille took to the stage in Durban’s Botanical Gardens on Friday night and was joined on stage by opening acts, Tresor and Matthew Mole.
Breast cancer awareness was in the spotlight this week.
To find out more about the organisation, visit www.cupcakesofhope.org.
One of the long term goals for Pink Phoenix is to establish a support centre which will offer group support to cancer survivors and their families.
All of the funds raised during the event will be used to rescue, rehabilitate and home abused and neglected pugs across the country.
There were displays from various emergency services departments and re-enactments of dangerous heists and rescues.
Young and old attended Saturday’s clean-up along the uMgeni River mouth.
The event was held in honour of World Oceans Day which falls on Thursday 8 June.
Vega School Durban held an exhibition of t-shirts created by staff members.
Thursday saw the launch of the exclusive residential address at the Oyster Box.