Locals from all corners of Durban came out to the Blue Lagoon beach on Saturday morning to join Coca Cola’s impromptu beach clean up initiative on Saturday morning.
SARS Commissioner, Tom Moyane was with at least 400 employees walking along the Durban promenade and engaging public this morning with the SARS Walk for Tax signaling SARS readiness for tax season.
Some of the damage caused by the weeks heavy rains and floods on the Berea.
Durban has welcomed at least 18 000 visiting delegates to the 21st International AIDS Conference, which has sparked excitement, hope robust debate and conversations to deal with the epidemic. Locals are invited to participate in activities around the city and the Global Village at the Durban Exhibition Centre.
We Are Durban, a local non-profit organisation held a Mandela Day Market on Saturday to mark Mandela Day and raise funds towards the building a new crèche.
Mobile clinics were set up to assist people with TB testing and advice at the end of the USAID TB awareness walk at Gugu Dlamini Park.
A commemoration service for the Battle of Delville Wood was held in Durban on Sunday, 10 July.
The Durban International Film Festival opened in grand style at The Playhouse where documentary The Journeymen was screened.
A group of pensioners took to the streets of Durban’s CBD to highlight the issue elder abuse on Tuesday.
Excitement is in the air as runners from all over the world, South Africa and Durban converge at the Durban Exhibition Centre for the Bonitas Comrades Exhibition ahead of the ultimate marathon on Sunday.
iCare and the Denis Hurley Centre enjoyed great support for the iDare2Care initiative last night.