It takes two

Dynamic dad and daughter combo, of Danny Fisher and Danielle Fisher perform duets from country, rock to pop and much more. Catch them for two shows only, at the Rhumbelow Theatre, on November 12

Sunfield shines in Paris

A Sunfield Home resident, Jenna Higgins, has just finished representing South Africa at the European Down Syndrome Swimming Championships in Paris, where she won four medals – two golds and two silvers.

City’s spooky history revealed

A website on paranormal activity in South Africa has ranked Pietermaritzburg as one of the “spookiest cities in the country” and, if the website is to be believed, it seems there is a colourful tale lurking under the floorboards of many old buildings.

Find out why Milton is so blue …

Milton van Der Spuy has a few problems, and they’re making him blue. He really wants to complete his next poem, but he has hit a block with finding a rhyme for orange. Catch him at the Theatre, St Anne’s College on November 2.

Copesville drummer chasing the dream

Pietermaritzburg born, Byron Thambu (23), is beaming with optimism after recently performing with pop stars Kyle Deutsch and Kelly Khumalo on the show Afro Café which broadcasts on SABC 2 later in the year. He also played on East Coast Radio on Friday.

Calls for Diwali tolerance

The Midlands Hindu Society has called upon city residents to show tolerance and respect to Hindus who celebrate the auspicious annual celebration of Diwali which is often accompanied with the use of fireworks.

Fabulous new festival to celebrate 20 years of music revival

FOR the past 20 years Music Revival has been bringing the best classical performers to Pietermaritzburg – and to celebrate this special anniversary its founder, pianist, Christopher Duigan, is hosting a special Spring Festival in the city.

Midlands farmer is tops in KZN

Richmond farmer, Ross Lowe, was named as the KZN Young Farmer of the Year by the KwaZulu-Natal Agricultural Union, Kwanalu recently.