Celebrating women in August, the 25th running of South Africa’s most beautiful race returns to Durban with thousands of women gearing up to participate in the SPAR Women’s 10/5km race on Sunday, 24 August. The race takes place around the […]
By Janice Pillay Thousands of people including residents from Chatsworth and surrounding areas joined the KZN Palestine Solidarity Forum in a Palestine Day march on Friday, 25 July in central Durban. Protests show local support for Palestinians as the number […]
Hot off the heels after the success of New York Bridal Fashion Week and India Bridal Fashion Week, South Africa will now showcase in this international event from 7 – 10 August, at Sibaya Casino. South Africa has talented and […]
Three Department of Health officials were killed in a gruesome head-on collision along the R103, just before the CornFields turn-off on Friday morning, 25 July 2014. Two officials, who survived the crash, are in a critical condition at a local […]
Hundreds of South Africans, across the province, marched through the streets to show solidarity with Palestine on Friday, 25 July. Marches were held in various areas including the Durban City Centre, Ladysmith and Newcastle. The action comes in the wake of violent outbreaks in Gaza, killing more than 1 000 Palestinians.
Umbilo SAPS Communications Officer, Sergeant Beverly Manqele, is warning residents to be vigilant following at least three cases where residents were duped by con artists.
Celebrating women in August, the 25th running of South Africa’s most beautiful race returns to Durban with thousands of women gearing up to participate in the SPAR Women’s 10/5km race on Sunday, 24 August.
The race takes place around the Kingsmead precinct with two distances on offer, the shorter 5km course or the longer 10km route. The start this year is in Masabalala Yengwa Avenue with the route going north first, circling around the Blue Lagoon area and then a long straight along the scenic beachfront taking the ladies back to town. The finish is in Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead. For more info go to or like the Facebook page SPAR Women’s 10/5km. For a run through of the actual race route, you can go to www.sparwomensrace.co.za / YouTube and search for SPAR WOMEN’S 10/5KM RACE SIMULATION – DURBAN.
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SA’s best DJs, fast cars and even faster motorbikes are expected to be heard and seen at State of Stance, taking place at the Pavilion Shopping Centre (Phase 5 parkade) on Saturday, 2 and Sunday, 3 August, from 10am onwards.
A State of Stance SA is a concept of fusing great cars and bikes with great music and DJ’s from all over South Africa. Saturday is a more Electronic and Trance genre of music, Sunday is more Deep House, 80′s and RnB, Hip Hop vibe.
DJs expected to be hitting the decks include; Deon Govender, Roger Goode, Trevor Williams, Ryan the DJ, Paul Makuta and lots more. Tickets are available at Computicket. Check out State of Stance on Facebook and Twitter for more.
ER24 Chief Medical Officer, Dr Robyn Holgate, took delivery of the first upgraded Hamilton T-1 ventilator at ER24 Head Office, Paulshof, last week. The Hamilton T-1 is designed to ventilate any patient from neonate to adult at any place around the world. It is specifically designed to cover the needs of rescue personnel, healthcare teams, and their patients. It is the ideal choice for air ambulance teams as it can ventilate all patients, can run from any power source (AC / DC), is independent from compressed gas, and is approved for the flight environment.
It combines reliability and high performance with advanced lung protective strategies and patient-adaptive modes.
Durban University of Technology launched their official on-campus radio station this past Friday, RadioDUT.
The event which was held at the Steve Biko Campus, saw rappers, Zulu cultural dancers, beat-boxers and soul artists performing for the students.”RadioDUT promotes diversity and everything that happens on the different DUT campuses.
“RadioDUT aims to inform our listeners. We cover everything from girl issues to sport. It’s all about fun and learning at the same time,” explained Xolani Shabalala, a RadioDUT DJ.
“I enjoy listening to the station when I’m on campus. It’s informative and they play cool music,” said Zinhle Chiliza, a second-year Human Resources Student. To tune into this radio station, students of the campus can log onto www.RadioDUT.co.za RadioDUT is student run and is on the Steve Biko Campus.