Category: History

The Marrow Of The City

  Emerging from the Creative Producers International program run by Bristol-based Watershed is the project Umongo wedolobha, loosely translated to The Marrow of the City. The project looks to insert a history of early black migrant workers in the city…

Musgrave Centre brings you a Mandela Day Exhibit

Musgrave Centre is currently hosting a Mandela Day Exhibit, throughout the month of July, marking the 10th anniversary of Nelson Mandela Day which is celebrated all over the world. The display includes a number of  factual information to the “father…


Appointment of new general manager at Hartford House There’s an old saying in these parts that within the bosom of most South Africans there resides a small farmer and a tiny hotelier. While that’s true of so many of us,…

Traditional Beer Making Workshop At Phansi Museum

Traditional Beer Making Workshop Ticket Price: R50 (Limited Space) Saturday 01 December 2018 10h00-12h00 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glenwood Allow Phansi Museum’s traditional brew-masters, Thuli Mkhize and Mpho Hlophe, to guide you through the cultural and historical significance of umnqombothi,…

Historic launch of a Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre (FEIC), in Chatsworth.

The African Dream Foundation will be launching a state-of-the-art technology centre to support its financial literacy programme at the Meadowlands Technical High School (FEIC), worth an estimated value of half a million rand, on Wednesday, 24 October 2018, 10 am.…

Bob Marley Earth Day Festival celebrates reggae at Wahooz!

Mun, it’s da season to go Rasta! Kit yourself out in green, yellow and red and head to the coolest beachfront venue – uShaka Marine World’s Wahooz on the Promenade – for the Bob Marley Festival on Saturday, February 3rd…

uShaka Marine World celebrating National Science Week this weekend!

We all know that science is part of our everyday lives and can’t imagine life without fridges, computers, cars, cellphones and televisions to highlight a few.  We don’t however, always fully appreciate our own personal contributions to science.

The Nature of Dance

Rampage Dance Company is back celebration of Women’s Day.

Mountain bikers to honour South African icon at Mandela Day MTB Dash

Pietermaritzburg – Mountain bikers have a chance to ride in memory of South Africa’s greatest icon at the Mandela Day Marathon MTB Dash which starts and finishes on Saturday 26th August at the Mandela Capture Site near Howick.

uShaka celebrates World Snake Day

The 16th of July will be celebrated as World Snake Day and uShaka Marine World invites you to visit Dangerous Creatures in the uShaka Village Walk Mall.

Top Marks for the Durban ICC

The Durban ICC was honoured as the winner of the Industrial Policy Action Plan Award at the inaugural Vision 2030 Awards.

Cato Manor Cultural Museum set to boost Tourism and Create Jobs

The construction of the first phase of the Cato Manor Cultural Museum and Heritage Centre has already benefitted the community by creating jobs and investing millions into the community.