City urges responsible firework usage

Metro Police say fireworks are to be used in a responsible and considerate manner with due respect for neighbours and the welfare animals.
This photo from a facebook post by South Africa Uncut shows the vessel blocking the harbour entrance.

Transnet declares 95 per cent of Durban Port safe

“We are increasingly getting confronted with deteriorating weather patterns and can expect similar incidents in the future given the effects of climate change,” says SAMSA.

No Blue Flag for uMhlanga and eMdloti beaches

Blue Flag has become an international symbol of quality for beaches, boats and marinas that meet a standard of excellence in the areas of safety, amenities, cleanliness, environmental information and environmental management.

City working to restore power to affected areas

The city’s eThekwini Municipality’s Electricity Contact Centre is currently heavily back-logged and customers are urged to report their faults via the SMS line
Durban North resident, Gavin Ward, is pleased the City will be taking over the maintenance of the M4 Ruth First Highway.

City to take over M4 maintenance

The City is now responsible for grass cutting and bush clearing of the M1, M4, M7, M13, M19 and M41 to name a few.
This R80 million ultra-modern uMkhumbane Cultural and Heritage Museum in Cato Manor scooped the prestigious Africa Architecture Award under the “built” category.

eThekwini scoops architecture award

Umkhumbane Cultural and Heritage Museum wins the award that celebrates design excellence, honours established architects and encourages emerging designers.