Hundreds of hopefuls turned up at uShaka this month for the final chance to make it through to the semi-finals for the Mr, Miss and Miss Junior uShaka Marine World as well as Mr and Miss uShaka Kids World.
The Royal Moscow Ballet returned to Durban for two shows only on Saturday 28 July. The ballet programme featured new works not brought to Durban before, Paquita and The Firebird.
The awards ceremony at the close of the Durban International Film Festival last night was a red carpet event enjoyed by all.
DURBANITES braved the cold weather conditions on Saturday morning, to take part in the Crazy hats Fun Walk organised by the Child Welfare Durban and district. All proceeds from the event went towards the child protection services that offered by the organisation.
There was a great turn-out of visitors to this year’s ECR House and Garden Show at the Durban Exhibition Centre.
Durban Disney fans enjoyed the Disney On Ice spectacular at the ICC Arena this week.
Fashionistas and horse racing fanatics flocked to the Greyville Racecourse today for the Vodacom Durban July.
THE Durban Pride Liberation March and Festival held at Gugu Dlamini Park Extension featured a spiritual segment with various faith communities, Mr and Miss Durban Pride, a Drag Show, a Talent Show and the clash of the DJs. The Berea Mail was there to capture the moment.
The production is at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on UZKN Howard College campus until 8 July.
The second day-long Imbumba Fiesta took place in Glenwood’s Bulwer Park on Youth Day: Saturday 16 June with a winter themed market, food stalls, info stands, an open mic and concert – all with an underlying message of encouraging good neighbourliness, supporting underprivileged children and showcasing local artists and crafters.
Berea Mail spoke to local kids ahead of Father’s Day.