THE BAT Centre played host to the final day of the 21st Poetry Africa 2017 International Poetry Festival. The week long festival, which opened at UKZN, featured participants from South Africa and around the world.
The CANSA Shades of Pink 5km fun walk/run was held on 15 October.
Durban High School hosted a successful wine auction fundraiser recently.
The Intellectual Property exhibition showcased local artists at their creative best this week at The Plant in Durban.
Excited children and adults enjoyed a trip on The Holiday Express to Shongweni on Saturday.
The Durban Food Festival was a hit with discerning foodies who didn’t let gloomy weather keep them away from a smorgasbord of tasty treats.
The celebration, Curtain Up, was in the form of a montage of performances, memories and tributes celebrating Themi’s life, featuring many of his colleagues and friends.
People braved the rainy weather this morning to take part in the 4th annual Stop Human Trafficking 5km awareness walk from Blue Lagoon.
The event is very important to the school and the learners, as it gives them the opportunity to learn about the diverse cultures in the country and schools.
IT’S all about going green, organic and saving the planet at the Sustainable Living expo in Durban,.
Shall We Dance features close to 100 of KZNs most exciting dancers from the region’s top dance studios in the annual dance extravaganza.