It’s Water Week and many places in South Africa are still suffering water shortages. Here’s how you can do your part to help reduce our overall water consumption.
Epworth pupils, Shraya Moodley, Cathering Bloy and Jessica Freedman excelled in the 2017 De Beers English Olympiad by placing first, 15th and 17th, respectively.
Raisethorpe Secondary School pupils, siblings Keshmika and Kivesh Sivnarain, excelled at the recent South African Junior and Senior Championships that was held in Klerksdorp from 2nd to 8th July.
Grade 7 pupil Tajiri Florette, a Rotary bursary winner, recently shared the remarkable journey of how she arrived in South Africa after fleeing the Congo war.
Woolworths South Africa has apologised for an embarrassing incident at its popular Cascades coffee shop after a blind woman accompanied by her guide dog was barred from sitting and having a cup of coffee with a friend.
A city trail cyclist endured a harrowing encounter with two thugs armed with a machete and knives who accosted him while riding in the plantations near Chase Valley Heights, just above Growing Parks facility.
FED UP Hilton residents, who last week packed the Grace College school hall, presented a show of unity when they formed a task team to deal with the problem. The suburb has borne the brunt of the recent power cuts.
A lethal combination of speed, drugs and alcohol is claiming the lives of young adults who party over the weekend and then get behind the wheel to either change venues or return home, says the head of a local medical emergency service who has responded to a spate of fatal accidents recently.
The University of KwaZulu Natal Student’s Representative Council is disappointed in the handling of a case where five men were arrested after allegedly shooting a student in the face with a gas gun.
Former Springboks, national coaches and rugby specialists will be giving back to young players by offering up their expertise these July holidays at the Investec International Rugby Academy’s high performance Players’ and Coaches Courses in Pietermaritzburg.
The city has finally broken its silence on the prolonged power outages that have plunged many suburbs darkness apologising to affected residents saying contractors are “working around the clock” to restore power