Sinakhonke Mkasibe of Grade 1 in St Nicholas Diocesan School proudly shows of her Animal Themed Art
City woman and road safety activist Caro Smit received the annual FedEx Road Safety Award, at the fifth Global Meeting of Non-Governmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Kuala Lumpur in April.
While residents do their best to conserve water in the midst of prolonged drought conditions, a faulty sensor on one of Umgeni Water’s main reservoirs supplying the city has resulted in over 1.2 million litres of water going down the drain.
Treverton College held its 10th Independent Co-Ed Sports Festival the first week of the Easter holidays.
Alex Masina and Seth Joubert from Maritzburg Christian School have both been selected to represent South Africa, in Romania during July, for the Junior and U23 Sprint Kayaking World Championships in July.
Thulile Zama brings a Tribute to Mama Africa. One well-loved African vocalist honouring another.
Inspired by Bertolt Brecht’s “Mahogony” and created specifically for and by 2nd and 3rd Year Drama and Performance Studies students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, The Rise and Fall of the City of Baobabia is adapted for a South African audience.
Maritzburg Camera Club, recently announced their winning photos and encourage you to join the club and explore the wonderful world of photography.
Just before close of term, Grace College Grade 9 pupils took part in an experiential outdoors learning day inspired by their Term 1 set text, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The Grace Grade 9 Games, and preparations, took place at school and in the tree plantations close to the school. The pupils were given…
Comrades Marathon runners and supporters have been urged to contribute to charitable fundraising by purchasing their personalised Comrades ICE ID Bracelet.
It was a tragic end to the Easter weekend with over 30 people dying on our province’s roads – most of them victims of accidents involving buses and taxis.