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Road Closures for Women’s race

Roads that will be affected by the SPAR Women’s 10/km Race will be mainly around the Alexandra Park precinct. … [Read more...]

Funding via Grant-In-Aid

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture has appealed to non-profit organisations and cooperatives, which are helping people with disabilities in the province, to apply for funding through its Grant-In-Aid programme.   … [Read more...]

KZN cultural precinct gets off the ground

KwaZulu-Natal is forging ahead with plans to build a cultural precinct, which will serve as a living museum of the Zulu nation. … [Read more...]

Parties urged to stick to code of conduct

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu has urged political parties in the province to adhere to the IEC’s Code of Conduct, which governs parties’ behaviour during the election period. … [Read more...]

SPAR Races announced for 2014

Dates for the SPAR Women’s Races in KwaZulu-Natal for 2014 have been announced, with two races taking place in the province in the middle of the year: Pietermaritzburg: Sunday 22 June, and Durban: Sunday 24 August, 2014 … [Read more...]

Medical aid benefits for traditional leaders

Traditional leaders and their immediate dependants will now get medical and pension fund benefits, KwaZulu-Natal Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC, Nomusa Dube-Ncube, announced on Thursday. … [Read more...]

PMB airport gets makeover

The Pietermaritzburg Airport has been given an R18 million upgrade at its terminal building and apron. … [Read more...]

R41m Drug bust

Police arrested 19 foreign national men when they uncovered a drug lab, with drugs with a street value of R41 million, in Gillitts, KwaZulu-Natal. … [Read more...]

KZN aims for 365 days of activism

KwaZulu-Natal is set to take the 16 Days campaign beyond its current timeframe, with the provincial government having developed an action plan to curb gender-based violence throughout the year. … [Read more...]

KZN to host Aids conference

Traditional and religious leaders will tomorrow share a platform with government officials to trash out matters related to HIV and Aids. … [Read more...]