Armistice day commemorated in the City

Ninety-nine years ago, at 11am on the 11th of November, an armistice was signed to bring World War 1 to an end. Every year on this date, schools and other organisations commemorate the lives lost during ‘the Great War’. Some schools commemorated the day on Friday.

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.

Good luck matriculants

It’s crunch time for those in matric this year. Some papers were written on Monday with more to follow on Tuesday. Read here for the full matric timetable as well as how to cope with exam stress.

Staff will be on duty, says SPCA

Maureen Vida, public relations officer at the SPCA Pietermaritzburg, has dispelled fears that wage negotiations with staff may negatively impact on the welfare of animals..

Calls for action after spate of vicious dog attacks

Authorities need to take urgent action and clamp down on people keeping vicious, killer dogs especially when the animals are not properly restrained. The latest call for action follows an elderly man being savaged by two pit-bull terriers while visiting a friend.

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.