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KZN Youth Set The Bar High For Success

Sihe Ndlazi was counted among 35 event professionals under the age of 30 to participate in the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Forum for Young Professionals (FYP) 2019 which took place in Barcelona, Spain recently. Now in its 13th…

KZN Gears Up For More Chinese Travellers

A conference to strengthen trade relations between China and South Africa and to attract Chinese travellers to the country took centre stage at a China Ready trade engagement hosted by Tourism KwaZulu-Natal in partnership with South African Tourism Asia Pacific…

10 Reasons to Visit the KZN South Coast this holiday

  Visitors coming through to the KwaZulu-Natal this holiday should put the iconic South Coast on the itinerary. Already an established holiday destination, the local tourism implementing agency – Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT) – is driving the ‘The Paradise…

KZNSA Gallery Is Calling For Artists And Designers

The KZNSA Gallery is calling for artists and designers to send their work for approval to be part of their upcoming BUZZART installation, which officially opens on Thursday 14 November 2019, 17h30. This year’s theme is BEING GREEN. BUZZART is Durban’s biggest…

STEPPING UP TO FIGHT DIABETES!

“This month, a tsunami hit the coastline of Malaysia, causing death and destruction. We were all horrified to see what was happening. Nevertheless, it wasn’t long before relief organisations began to provide support for those in need. But, there is…

PRINTING SA provides skills to the printing and packaging sector

As part of its new skills pool strategy, Printing SA is providing member companies with talented individuals who are eager to take up career opportunities in the signage, printing and packaging industry. According to Steve Thobela, CEO of Printing SA, the…

INTRODUCING A SOUTH AFRICAN BEER LIKE NO OTHER

As South Africa celebrates the decriminalization of dagga, Poison City Brewing launches the country’s first cannabis lager Last week the constitutional court made a landmark ruling that effectively decriminilised the use of cannabis in South Africa for personal use at…

Durban Cheese & Wine Festival

Come and enjoy a beautiful day out at Chris Saunders Park, on Sunday the 23rd of September for the first ever Durban Cheese & Wine Festival! With wines and cheeses from all over, there will be plenty to choose from…

Theatrum Botanicum Project opens for exhibition in Durban

This September the work of Uriel Orlow titled Theatrum Botanicum project will be realised across several venues in three cities in South Africa. This weekend the project opens at the Durban Art Gallery with an exhibition opening on Friday 14…

Guy Buttery & Kanada Narahari | Live in Durban

With a meeting of two very distinct creative minds united by their mutual curiosity in each other’s diverse musical worlds, Guy Buttery and Kanada Narahari bring India even closer to its well established home in South Africa. In production for…

All systems go for 2018 Old Mutual National Choir Festival

#TheTimeIsNow to harmonise   Johannesburg, 3 September 2018: Communities around the country are abuzz as choirs prepare to wow audiences at the annual Old Mutual National Choir Festival (NCF). Tickets are now on sale for the choral showdown, which is…

Nibs van der Spuy – Live at the Conscious Café

Nibs van der Spuy is happy to be returning to the Conscious Café, on Friday 14 September, for an exclusive and intimate solo performance. He is out from Europe on a short visit and will be playing material spanning his whole…

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