The thinking behind the training was to bring the staff’s morale up by hosting a team building exercise.
Diabetes has been dubbed the ‘silent killer’ for years and the aim of the event was to raise awareness and educate people about the disease.
After months of preparations, the Mr and Miss uShaka Finale took place on Saturday, 21 October at uShaka Marine World.
One of the most exciting and versatile groups in Durban, Afro Diva’s wowed the crowd with a soulful performance at Wahooz, on the Promenade.
The day of the dead is a Mexican tradition that honours the lives of deceased loved ones.
Western Province scored 18 unanswered points in the second half to stun the Sharks at Kings Park on Saturday.
Organiser of the clean-up, Dale Johnson said approximately 900 bags of refuse were collected on Saturday.
Hundreds took the streets this morning for the happiest 5km through Durban North.
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.