Black Friday is upon us!!

It’s that time of year when Black Friday deals are offered in South Africa regardless of the fact that it is traditionally an American celebration that takes place on the first Friday after Thanksgiving – marking the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.

Release of Fifa 17 well received

The release of the 17th edition of the popular video game, Fifa brought crowds of fans flocking to their nearest gaming store on last Thursday eager to get the game fresh off the shelves.

Landslide victory for ANC in Msunduzi

The African National Congress (ANC) has won a landslide victory in last week’s local government elections winning 30 of the 39 wards in Msunduzi, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) announced on Monday.

We can all work together to build a better city

Communities have an important role to play in finding solutions to the city’s challenges with affluent communities in particular having access to skills and leadership resources that can be harnessed for the collective good of the city, says the ANC’s Ward 25 candidate James Martin.

Only one party attends LGBTI debate

The Gay Lesbian Network (GLN) held a political debate, inviting four prominent political parties to explain how they plan to support the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersexed (LGBTI) community, to enable the LGBTI community to make an informed vote.

Community urged to support abused children fund-raiser

A strong appeal is made to businesses, organizations and private individuals by a community group ‘Children of Scottsville’ to come together to assist in raising funds for the parents of the affected children from a local school who have allegedly been abused by a school counsellor.

New electricity sub-station nears completion

A modern, state of the art R31 million electricity sub-station, that will see a more proficient electricity supply to the city is nearing completion.

Green-light for city’s northern link road

Construction of the R21.4 million link road between Otto’s Bluff Road and Chase Valley is due to commence in the city’s new financial year but instead of linking the communities the proposed road has already caused divisions with residents in the upmarket Chase Valley suburbs worried about further congestion.