Local news

Spring heat-wave roasts city

Soaring temperatures in the last three days, reaching as high as 39 degrees in some areas of Pietermaritzburg, have left city residents worried that we’re heading for a scorching summer.

SANESA Core League

Grade 8 pupil, Kate-Lyn van Staden, from Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School has been selected to compete in all disciplines in the inter-school SANESA Core League

Team of Choice a game away from final

Maritzburg United players will be all fired up as they prepare for a showdown with SuperSport United in the second leg MTN8 semi-final knowing that a win or 0-0 draw would see them to their first final in the Premier Soccer League(PSL).

Airport contracts under scrutiny

The Msunduzi municipality is reviewing all tenants’contracts at the airport as some of the tenants may be paying next to nothing for the use of the city’s important asset.

Dog attack case returns to court

The Sinkins family will return to court next week in the quest for justice after the death of their 8 year old son James who was mauled by their neighbour’s dogs in December 2015.

Bus carrying Michaelhouse pupils overturns

A hired bus transporting four U16 Michaelhouse soccer teams was involved in an accident on the N3 near the Hilton off-ramp this afternoon

Home owner debt ruling welcomed

The property market has welcomed a recent ruling by the highest court in the land that property owners cannot be held liable for the rates and services debts of the property’s previous owner.

Shall We Dance 2017

The showcase features close to 100 of KZNs most exciting dancers from the region’s top dance studios in the annual dance extravaganza.