Yet another cyclist has been attacked while cycling in the area near Growing Parks – this time a 63-year-old cyclist was left high and dry after a mugger threatened him at knife point.
St Charles College turns 142 years old today (Wednesday, July 26). In anticipation of the celebration, the five schools that make up the College, gathered last Friday to celebrate the occasion.
An Eastwood grandmother has confessed to enlisting the help of three men, sourced by her Rwandan boyfriend, to intimidate a herbalist who allegedly received R130 000 in cash deposits from her for medical treatment but failed to deliver.
City philanthropist and struggle stalwart Deena Padayachee has made a call for the collection of Nelson Mandela memorabilia to be donated and auctioned to charity.
A ground breaking study conducted by the Sports Science Institute of South Africa in Cape Town aiming to compare the effects of walking in a robot suit with more conventional rehabilitation exercise has restored the hope of walking for 34 year old Pietermaritzburg man Jaco Ferreira.
Cordwalles Preparatory School are very proud to announce the following Grade 7 boys who won scholarships for high schools next year.
The KZN Midlands Youth Choir recently scooped first place in the cultural showcase at the Llangollen Eisteddfod.
Three brazen robbers attempted to rob The FIX clothing store situated at the corner of Church Street and Printing Office Street this afternoon.
Current water restrictions could be extended by another year if an appeal by water utility Umgeni Water is accepted.
Members of the South African Legion, the Memorable Order of Tin Hats (Moth) and defence force units, as well as family of the soldiers who died in the battle, paid tribute to the fallen heroes in an annual service at the Moth Garden of Remembrance in Leinster Road, Pietermaritzburg.