I Love Durban

Quattro ROAG Series gets tight at the top

The official logo for the Quattro ROAG Series powered by Momentum. SATURDAY’S trail run in the Sappi Scottburgh MTB and Trail Weekend looks like being the next thrilling chapter of a tight battle for honours in the Quattro ROAG Series…

Pioneer Chatsworth woman makes global history for breast cancer research

She recently made global history when she was awarded the global health and pharmacy alternative medicine and the holistic health accolade as a leading female pioneer in breast cancer research. https://www.up.ac.za/alumni/news/post_2825103-up-alumna-wins-yet-another-international-award-for-her-research. Multi award-winning Sanesha Naicker is a young independent clinical…

Pine Walk Centre spreads some Mabida joy at local community school

ezamafa Primary School in Claremont who educates 196 learners was visited by members of SA Corporate Real Estate Limited Pine Walk Centre together with African Bank and Bata staff, where they donated school shoes, jerseys and food parcels for the…

Zulu Dancers: need assistance

The Kangaroo Dancers, winners of 2018 uShaka Marine World Zulu Dance champs, urgently need a sponsor to help them take part in the Edinburgh International Festival which takes place from Friday August 2nd until Monday August 26th, 2019.   The…

Learners Get School Fees Sponsered

Today (Thursday, July 18th) in recognition of Mandela Day, the  Musgrave Centre team together with representatives from Pick n Pay spent time at Clayton Primary School in Asherville. The team donated snack packs to all 562 learners at the school…

MANCOSA school of education is reimagining teacher training for the changing world

Durban – 18 July 2019 Elevating teacher training to enable educators to better navigate their way through multiple challenging environments, and to better cope with stress and uncertainty in the modern-day classroom, are key for a fulfilling teaching career. A…

X