Durban Gardener Achieves Astonishing Place in Elite London Marathon

29th April, 2019|Sport|

The Florida Road gardener Michael Ndlovu, 52, has achieved an astonishing result in the 39th London Virgin Money Marathon in the United Kingdom this Sunday, 26th April 2019. South African Michael achieved a time of 2 hours, 42 minutes and 45 seconds; and has been placed 14th in his 50-54 year old age-group with an [...]

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St Dominic’s To Host Northern KZN Regional

29th April, 2019|Sport|

SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge Northern KZN Regional St Dominic’s Newcastle: Saturday 4 May Eight schools are due to take to the astro turf for the seventh tournament of the 2019 SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge Northern KZN Regional that takes place at St Dominic’s Newcastle on Saturday 4 May. This region has had two [...]

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Safe Schools Seminar

29th April, 2019|Other|

“Breaking the Code of Silence” Durban High School: Friday 10 May The first in a series of day-long seminars to interrogate ways of making schools a safer place for high school learners, will be held at Durban High School on Friday 10 May. Educators, Governing Bodies and other stakeholders have long been grappling with fault-lines [...]

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Freedom Day

29th April, 2019|Art, Music, Other|

Freedom Day, we remember the first South African democratic elections held exactly 25 years ago, in 1994. Pictured with Bafana Mkhize’s iconic wooden sculpture, entitled Voting honouring the 1994 election, is Nipho Hurd, part of the Zakifo Music Festival organising team. The artwork is part of the Durban Art Gallery permanent collection, and Nipho is [...]

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King Of Broken Things

26th April, 2019|Theatre|

Written and Directed by Michael Taylor-Broderick Performed by Cara Roberts Seabrooke's Theatre, DHS Thursday 25 and Friday 26 April, 19h30 The world does its best to break everyone and everything, but afterwards most things are stronger in their broken places. The King of Broken Things is an adventurous and magical excursion into the rehabilitation of [...]

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Asiye eTafuleni Honoured Internationally

10th April, 2019|Other|

Durban NGO a finalist in global impact competition: WRI Ross Prize for Cities Respected Durban NGO, Asiye eTafuleni (AeT) is one of the five finalists in the inaugural US-based global competition, WRI Ross Prize for Cities, for their intervention work in Warwick Junction. From an extensive field of nearly 200 applications from around the world, [...]

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Umkhumbane Jazz Ensemble Horn Hang Up Concert

10th April, 2019|Music|

The Rainbow’s Big Send-Off Sunday 28 April It’s a bittersweet jol at The Rainbow on Sunday 28 April. It is our great regret to mention that two of the eleven-strong Umkhumbane Jazz Ensemble music gurus have decided to retire as active musos in the music industry. Mr Moses Sefatsa, tenor saxophonist, and vocalist Adolph Kunene- [...]

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Thupelo International Arts Workshop and Open Day

10th April, 2019|Art|

Watch 18 artists from around the world collaborate to make art together Thupelo International Arts Workshop and Open Day Kings School, Nottingham Rd:1 – 14 April Open Day: Sat 13 April, 10am until 3pm KZN MIDLANDS: Self-directed education through interactive creative practice, exchange of ideas and skills will mark the two-week-long Thupelo International Workshop currently [...]

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Thulile Zama Jazzes Up The Jazzy Rainbow

9th April, 2019|Music|

Friday 26 April This performance by Thulile Zama at The Jazzy Rainbow is part of the Concerts SA Venue Circuit which aims to foster a love and support for live music in our communities, as well as anchor small and medium sized venues in urban and rural Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, and the Western Cape. Thulile Zama [...]

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Creston College Plays Host To Southern KZN Regional

8th April, 2019|Sport|

SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge Creston College: Saturday 13 April The sixth regional in the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge, the Southern KZN, heads to Creston College on Saturday 13 April. Geographically, this is one of the biggest regionals, with six teams travelling from Scottburgh, Kokstad, Matatiele and iXopo joining four local south coast teams [...]

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Durban Man Selected For London Marathon

8th April, 2019|Other, Sport|

Durban Man Selected for London Marathon, Achieving Lifelong Dream A Durban gardener from Mandeni on the North Coast of KwaZulu Natal is fast running towards the opportunity of a lifetime. Michael Ndlovu, 52, is from a small rural town with big dreams that will come true in April as he boards a plane for the [...]

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Toti Retain Their Title For The Fifth Time

8th April, 2019|Sport|

Amanzimtoti High School resolutely retained their title making it five titles at the Durban South Regional of the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge that took place on Sunday 7 April at the 3 Schools Trust Astro. The defending champs met the surprise package of the tournament, the fantastic zealous team representing New Forest High School, [...]

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Find Healing Through The Art Of Writing

4th April, 2019|Other|

Write to Right Durban: May and June 2019 Write to Right is a specialised short interactive writing course which is once again being offered by two leading Durban-based creative thinkers - physician Laura Campbell and artist / theologian Bernice Stott - as a vehicle to encourage healing and wellbeing. Write to Right will be facilitated [...]

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Eight Teams Take To Field For Durban South Regional

4th April, 2019|Sport|

SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge 3 Schools’ Trust: Sunday 7 April Midway through the ninth year of the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge, teams from the southern suburbs of Durban meet for the Durban South Regional at 3 Schools’ Trust Astro on Sunday 7 April. Host for the fifth regional tournament, Amanzimtoti High School will [...]

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Good Friday Service 2019 – Blessed are the Peacemakers

3rd April, 2019|Other|

Diakonia Council of Churches Good Friday Service 2019 “Blessed are the Peacemakers” Durban Exhibition Centre: 5:15am Friday 19 April Diakonia Council of Churches, whose legacy of working towards a just society for more than four decades, once again calls people of faith to its annual ecumenical Good Friday service at dawn on Friday 19 April. [...]

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Abraham Mennen – The Really Revered Whole Story Tour

1st April, 2019|Music|

The Rainbow Jazz: Saturday 13 April In association with Concerts SA, SA-born / US-based saxophonist Abraham Mennen presents The Really Revered Whole Story Tour. With live music performances happening across South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland, The Really Revered Whole Story Tour promotes the second studio album by saxophonist Abraham Mennen featuring all-original compositions. Mennen says [...]

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