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Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT) calls on KZN South Coast to support local eateries during adjusted Alert Level 4

The move into adjusted Alert Level 4 under the Disaster Management Act on Monday, 28 June to curb the spread of the 3rd wave will unfortunately have an impact tourism establishments. Under the adjusted regulations, restaurants are prohibited from on-site…

Durban International Film Festival announces films in competition

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA), will host the Durban International Festival (DIFF) from 22 July to 1 August 2021. This year, for its 42nd edition, the festival presents a programme of close to 140 feature films, documentaries…

Top angler shares 5 tips for the ultimate #GoSouthKZN fishing trip

With its wide sandy bays and many rocky points, the KZN South Coast shoreline has many incredible fishing spots for anglers, from those starting out in the sport through to professionals. To ensure visitors reel in the biggest catch on…

Father’s Day lunch special at Crocworld’s Fish Eagle Café

This Father’s Day, why not take advantage of the glorious KZN South Coast winter weather and endless ocean views while tucking into the most delicious meal at Crocworld Conservation Centre’s Fish Eagle Café? On Sunday, 20 June, Fish Eagle Café’s…

SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey

The future looks bright for star KZN hockey players as the tournament gets back on track after a year off. Looking forward to this weekend’s first regional of the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge are Janke Keyser, Alison Beck and…

Rudolph Clench, SA’s very own travelling artist

Rudolph Clench, SA’s own “artist on the move”, needs your help – and since he’s my father-in-law, you could say I need your help too. Now 78 years old, Rudolph desperately needs to undergo cataract surgery to save his eyesight.…

Upskilling the informal sector to drive job creation

How we can leverage existing industries to create employment and entrepreneurial growth South Africa’s biggest challenge is unemployment. While this has always been high, the Covid-19 lockdown has exacerbated unemployment and today, over 11 million people are out of work.…

Artfluence Human Rights Festival

The inaugural Artfluence Human Rights Festival presented by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of Kwazulu-Natal will showcase and highlight the extraordinary work of human rights defenders in South Africa and on the continent – past and present – and the…

Tons of Holiday Fun on the Menu at Gateway Theatre of Shopping

With over 70 places from which to choose, Gateway Theatre of Shopping is the epicentre of eating out in uMhlanga. Add the likes of movies, kids’ rides, go-karting, and bowling, and it becomes an epic escapade. “The outdoor Palm Court…

There are plenty of highs for you at the Granny Mouse Country House & Spa

There are quite a few adventure activities right here in the heart of the Midlands to whet that appetite, and being so close to your home, and closer than you think! If heights are a thing for you, why not…

Take the plunge with a South African-based conservation couple in this epic Freediving Diaries TV series

With nothing between them and 15-tonne whale sharks but the blue ocean, South African-based freediving couple, Beth ‘The Mermaid’ Neale and Miles ‘Aquaman’ Cloutier go on an unimaginable underwater journey that lets viewers experience marine life that needs to be…

A Collaborative Approach to the Future of Water In SA

Kader Asmal put it so eloquently when he said, “Water runs through our every aspiration as a society.” It is essential to the health of our population, the socio-economic growth of our country and the basic human dignity of our…

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