Having completed his registrar training at UKZN, Dr Mahlubonke Dlwati, is KwaZulu-Natal’s first African neurologist.
There were no fatalities as emergency services swiftly evacuated residents of the Oliver Flats on Pietermaritz Street after an apartment caught fire this afternoon.
With the haunting sounds of the Last Post and Reveille playing, the ceremonial laying of wreaths and the lowering of flags, current and retired Maritzburg College staff together with learners, Old Boys and honoured guests joined in a poignant Remembrance Day ceremony outside Clark House.
On November 11, people all around the world observe Remembrance Day. Remembrance Day is a day to honour the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war, specifically since the First World War.
Excitement for the Community Chest’s 2018 childrens Christmas Party is growing.
Fallen war heroes of both world wars were remembered at the Pietermaritzburg City Hall on Sunday with a military display, organised by the SA Legion of Military Veterans RCEL and the Msunduzi Municipality.
A Pietermaritzburg woman has spoken of the anxiety she had when her frightened daughter called on Saturday evening after seeing her father, a Pinetown prosecutor, being attacked and killed by unknown gunmen.
Pietermaritzburg’s number one entertainment destination, Tsogo Sun’s Golden Horse Casino, will be hosting the highly anticipated, annual Eastern Extravaganza – on 8 December 2018 at the Casino’s Grandstand.
SuperSave celebrated 34 years in style last Wednesday by giving away five brand new Renault Kwids in their SuperSave Win-a-Car competition.
A number of crimes within areas policed by the Alexandra SAPS has seen crime-fighting officers crack the whip with increased search and seizure operations.
Failure by Msunduzi Municipality and the police to deal with Whoonga addicts at the Retief Street taxi rank may see taxi owners embarking on their own form of a clean up at the busy area.