It’s exactly 70 years since young Anne Cumberland emigrated with her British family to then Rhodesia.
Liberty is pleased to collaborate with surfing legend and leadership expert Shaun Tomson to present a series of school talks in major city centers across South Africa.
Carter High School scholar, Sumanth S. Bramdutt was chosen amongst the top eight candidates in the country to participate in a 10-month International Exchange Programme.
The Community Chests of Durban and Pietermaritzburg are one of the Comrades Marathon Official Charities for 2017 and are allowed to raise funds through the Comrades Marathon.
Young city resident Shana-Lee Van der Byl recently stunned many as she walked away with a gold medal at this year’s World Skills South Africa competition.
One of South Africa’s biggest social housing developments, the Aloe Ridge development in Westgate Grange was opened over the weekend.
Scottsville Extension residents have formed a petition against the operation of an alleged brothel from a home in the area.
Pietermaritzburg’s Active Citizens’ Movement (ACM) will go ahead with its planned protest on Friday for what it describes as the “reckless shuffling of cabinet” by President Jacob Zuma which triggered a financial and economic crisis for the country after rating’s agency S&P downgraded South Africa’s credit rating to “junk “status”.
Investigations into the murder of Thornville farmer Edwin Mapstone and the attack on his wife Jean, during the early hours of Friday morning at their Glower O’er Farm continue.
Earlier in March, Pelham Senior Primary announced their Head Boy and Head Girl for 2017.
The Grade 7 Merchiston Preparatory School boys thoroughly enjoyed being in touch with nature and participating in all the team building activities on tour recently.