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R15m for KZN land rehabilitation project

The Department of Environmental Affairs has allocated more than R15 million to a land rehabilitation project in Nquthu, KwaZulu-Natal. … [Read more...]

Jenna Challenor looks forward to Women’s Race

Durban – Durban based athlete, Jenna Challenor will be seen leading a field of inspirational women on Sunday, 19 July 2015 at the Berea Rovers Sports Club (Durban) when they line up to ‘Run Their City’ at the much anticipated Totalsports Women’s Race in support of PinkDrive. … [Read more...]

The Color Run 2015 in Durban

The Color Run – a fun family 5km run - is coming to Durban on 12 July starting at the Green Hub at the Blue Lagoon, and organisers announce a bolder, brighter event for the 2015 series. … [Read more...]

Project to restore KZN parks, streets

Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs Barbara Thomson has launched a Community Parks and Street Cleaning project worth more than R13.8 million in Umtshezi, KwaZulu-Natal. … [Read more...]

Commission to probe KZN education department

Education KZN - Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has welcomed the appointment of a commission of enquiry into the KwaZulu-Natal Education Department's fiscal management and procurement procedures. … [Read more...]

Labour Deputy visits labour centres

Labour Deputy Minister Nkosi Phathekile Holomisa is visiting KwaZulu-Natal to ensure services are delivered smoothly at labour centres. … [Read more...]

Architects called to help KZN Govt with NDP

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu has called on architects and stakeholders in the architectural fraternity to work with the provincial government to realise the objectives of the Provincial Growth and Development Plan (PGDP). … [Read more...]

Hockey teams in Tournament

Ten first girls’ hockey teams from around the province are hard at work training for the SPAR KZN Regional Hockey Tournament grand finals that will be taking place at Thomas More College and St Mary’s DSG on the 26 and 27 July. … [Read more...]

Visually impaired achieve access

Twenty nine visually impaired people, in Pietermaritzburg, have been given Victor Readers, also known as audio book players, to help them better access information. … [Read more...]

New student village for DUT

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has signed a R90-million long-term loan to help the Durban University of Technology (DUT) construct a new student village. … [Read more...]