Letters

Love to Live extends thanks to supporters

Love to Live would like to thank Dezry Kay and her team for the honour and opportunity of hosting the launch of her EP Gravel to Tar on October 27 at the Eddels Sports Club in Pietermaritzburg. The event was a success and it is envisaged that this will launch Dezry Kay to well-deserved stardom. Dezry Kay’s desire and passion to empower the youth of Pietermaritzburg and make South Africa a better place is indeed commendable.

Relief after Maritzburg United finally wins

Last Sunday the local PSL outfit Maritzburg United finally made their die hards around the city happy when they managed to beat Bloemfontein Celtic 1-0 away at the Free State province, thus accumulating maximum points

Lest we forget

Recently I attended the funeral service of the late Mr Vassie Rajah. I was truly moved by the outpouring of grief displayed by the community. I also caught a glimpse of Mr Roy Bunwarie, a master educator, leader and perhaps the “Last of the Mohicans”

Lest we forget

Recently I attended the funeral service of the late Mr Vassie Rajah. I was truly moved by the outpouring of grief displayed by the community. I also caught a glimpse of Mr Roy Bunwarie, a master educator, leader and perhaps the “Last of the Mohicans”

Birds were there first

I was shocked to read that the tree near the bird sanctuary, on which the egrets have been roosting, was cut down leaving them to look for an alternate home. I am quite sure they will roost in an adjacent tree

There is no crisis in Maritzburg United camp

The local PSL outfit may be losing crucial and easy games or dicing around with the risk of being relegated at the end of the current season, but outsiders and former players says there is no crisis and things can be easily changed

Every precious drop of water counts

The current drought is a huge wake-up call for all of us to start taking better care of our environment and being responsible about what we do

Barbaric shooting of senior official

The horrendous shooting of senior public safety official Pumla Dlamini is indeed tragic, most disturbing situation and is not acceptable in a country of democracy

Yes! It does matter how we talk?

In the article Dyer mentions a child refering to a black man. This supposedly reveals a racist attitude
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