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India’s Fabulous Four ‘SANAM’ Head To SA Shores

The band rose to fame after composing renditions of classic Bollywood hit songs that they had grown up listening to and uploading them to YouTube and they have since recorded and performed songs in Hindi, English, Spanish and Gurarati including…

South African Freediver Breaks Another Record

South African freediver breaks another record while raising funds for ocean conservation Beth Neale, the African Continental Record Holder, has once again defied the odds by breaking her own existing freediving record – and taking the South African Freediving Championship…

Invest Durban Catapults Ethekwini As Investment City

DURBAN is entrenching itself on the international market as a City for investment, with more than R4 billion worth of greenfield investment and an additional R7.5 billion planned expansion on the cards. The investment is expected to create more than…

Albany Bakery Celebrate Heritage Month

Albany Bakery prints student’s winning bread packaging design to celebrate Heritage Month To celebrate South Africa’s rich history of art and food this Heritage Month, Albany Bakeries will print a young South African artist’s winning design on the packaging of…

Crocworld Conservation Centre Welcomes New Herpetologist To Its Staff

  The care of the cold-blooded inhabitants of Crocworld Conservation Centre will now be in the capable hands of James Wittstock (24), the newly-appointed Reptile Curator at the Scottburgh-based centre. Starting at Crocworld in August of this year, James will…

The KZNSA Gallery Goes To Johannesburg For Latitudes Art Fair

As the leading contemporary art gallery in Kwa-Zulu Natal, we are excited to announce our participation in the first edition of the LATITUDES Art Fair in Johannesburg. Our presentation will include the works of three KZN artists, Sthenjwa Luthuli, Cameron…

The #LoveLocal Festival

Liberty Midlands Mall, in partnership with The Witness, will be hosting The #LoveLocal Festival from the 30th August to 1st September and promises to be another year of jam-packed local flavor. Featuring Pietermaritzburg’s local favorites – from locally grown produce,…

Partnerships Broaden Market Share For Entertainment Offerings

The days of Durban being considered as a “poor coastal cousin” and thus being given the miss by top international and local stage acts are over. A new partnership between marketing ace Renée Burton and comedian Stuart Taylor will see…

Astrophysics Student Wins DST Women In Science Award

UKZN’s astrophysics masters student Miss Tankiso Hortencia Moso was one of the winners at the recent “Women in Science” awards hosted by the Department of Science and Technology (DST).  Moso won the DST-Albertina Sisulu Fellowship in the Master’s category. The…

Protecting Women Needs To Become A Top Priority

While South Africa holds its women in high regard, it is concerning that the many of fraud victims in the country are female. Manie van Schalkwyk, Executive Director of the Southern African Fraud Prevention Service (SAFPS) feels that, as with…

Entries Are Now Open For The Goss & Balfe Sapphire Coast Marathon

One of the province’s most iconic marathons will be returning to the Upper South Coast shores on Sunday, 27 October with the starting time set for 5.30am for all the three race categories – 10km, 21.1km and 42km. Early entries…

Two Weeks To Go Before Final Battle

It’s the second to last week of the Battle of the Bands at Liberty Midlands Mall, and this Saturday, August 24th, the pressure is on for the remaining bands and artists as they fight to get to the finals. The…

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