Athlone, Grade 6 pupil Decklan Slabbert built his own Meccano Robot, much to the delight of the staff in the school office, doing the Tango, Ballet, talking and shaking hands with all.
Treverton Prep congratulates their swimming stars Clara and David Steyn and Sienna Marx who took part in the Umgungundlovu Swimming Trials this past weekend.
The 2017 rugby season should bring some interesting competition, between Maritzburg College Old Boys, Daniel Kriel, and his twin brother Jesse, with Daniels move to the Stormers, from the Blue Bulls.
Preparations for the highly anticipated aQuelle Midmar Mile are well on their way, and apart from the usual thousands of participants, this year’s race will have another very special swimmer taking part.
Yogi Berra was an accomplished baseball catcher for the famed New York Yankees in the 1950s. He lived across the Hudson River in New Jersey, but he pronounced it “Nu Joisey”, and is famous for his many memorable quotes and malapropisms, such as,” the future ain’t what it used to be, when you come to…
The PMB Community Chest hosted their annual Christmas Party for 500 underprivileged children early December, at the Golden Horse Casino In-fields. The day an amazing one, with a variety of foods and gifts supplied for the children, with each children receiving something from Father Christmas. The Comrades Marathon/Community Chest runners who are part of the…
Winning the 2017 FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon is all that currently occupies 2014 K2 Dusi winner Sbonelo Khwela’s mind ahead of the three day Pietermaritzburg to Durban classic which takes place from 16-18 February.
The annual BallduhDash was held on Friday 4th November 2016 at Maritzburg College. This 4 km fun walk / run brought together men and boys of all ages, in support of Cancer awareness and fundraising, with all monies raised donated to MBTM’s (More Balls than Most) a brother company of Pink Drive.
With a passion for enriching the lives of underprivileged learners, three local educators took it upon themselves to use their strengths to give back.
A 17-year-old local has accomplished an incredible feat of cycling the equivalent height of Everest to raise funds to buy bicycles for the poor.