The Arrows (pictured), Jimmy Nevis, BlackByrd, Mafikizolo, Gangs of Ballet, Freshly Ground, The Parlotones, Khuli Chana and Mi Casa will share the stage for this year’s Durban Day, on Sunday, 7 September at the People’s Park from 12noon. With all […]
Devina Haripersad Durban North resident and metro police officer, Devan Govender, accused of premeditating his girlfriend, Rosemary Bell’s, murder, was granted bail set at R10 000 by magistrate Vanita Armu at his bail application today, 28 August. Represented by attorney, […]
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Fashion lovers converged at the Durban International Convention Centre over the weekend, to sharein the delights of Durban Fashion Fair. Hosted by eThekwini Municipality, the event saw local and international designers show off their very latest offerings.
With garments from Karen Monk-Klijnstra, Kathrin Kidger, Zarth, Ruth Rankin, C-Squared, Massimo Crivelli and a host more, it was a feast for fashion conscious eyes, as models swayed and sashayed in beautiful garments.
This year’s event added a little pizzazz to the format by adding off-site shows, which were hosted at Durban Botanical Gardens. The audience was taken to the Gardens via People Mover buses. Despite the usual behind-the-scenes drama and onstage bloopers, some of which spilled onto social media sites, this year’s DFF was definitely one to remember!
The Arrows are a duo comprising of Pam and Christie. The team started playing music together in 2006 and hit the national scenes in 2010. Tabloid Newspapers recently got a chance to speak to Christie Desfontaine from the band and gained further information as to what they are up to and what to expect for their upcoming performance at the East Coast Radio ‘Durban Day’.
TN: Tell us about yourself? What role do you play in The Arrows?
CD: Well I am the drummer and handle
all of the PR for the group. Pam is the writer, singer and makes the magic.
By: Muzi Zincume
Former Secretary General of Abahlali baseMjondolo Movement, Bandile Mdlalose-Cele, officially launched her movement on Saturday, 23 August, at the YMCA in Durban.
Mdlalose-Cele, who was expelled from Abahlali baseMjondolo, launched her movement called The Community Justice Movement, which she said is a community movement that “only acts on the mandate of its people or members.”
By Muzi Zincume
Three suspects were arrested for the murder of police Constable, Nkanyiso Ngcobo, who went missing on Saturday, 2 August.
Police Constable Qobolwakhe Mqadi (35), Constable Mthobisi Ndlovu (29) and his brother Sizwe Ndlovu (28) were arrested and linked to the killing of Ngcobo and were reminded in custody until 1 September 2014, for further investigation.
The Arrows (pictured), Jimmy Nevis, BlackByrd, Mafikizolo, Gangs of Ballet, Freshly Ground, The Parlotones, Khuli Chana and Mi Casa will share the stage for this year’s Durban Day, on Sunday, 7 September at the People’s Park from 12noon. With all the above-mentioned performers being headlining acts, the event promises to be an unforgettable experience. For more information, check out the Tabloid Newspapers website, www.tabloidmedia.co.za.
Three suspects were arrested for the murder of police constable, Nkanyiso Ngcobo, who went missing on Saturday, 2 August.
The three suspects were arrested by the Organised Crime Unit over the weekend and they are charged for murder. It is alleged that two of the suspects are police officers. Police spokesman Colonel Jay Naicker said that the body of Constable Ngcobo was found in a shallow grave in Umkomaas on Friday, 22 August. “Three suspects aged between 25 and 35 have been arrested by members of the Organised Crime Unit. They have appeared in court and were remanded in custody.
Durban North resident and metro police officer, Devan Govender, accused of premeditating his girlfriend, Rosemary Bell’s, murder, was granted bail set at R10 000 by magistrate Vanita Armu at his bail application today, 28 August.
Represented by attorney, Sunil Singh, the 44-year old, twice divorced father of three, applied for bail via his attorney, stating that exceptional circumstances existed, in that his 18-year old daughter was due to start her matric exams and the circumstances of the case at hand, as well as his incarceration, was having a tremendous psychological effect on her emotional state.
Singh stated that Govender would not be a flight risk, due to the fact that he had his ex-wife and two children living in his flat in Victoria Embankment and they were financially dependent on him.