THE annual Beer Mile at Crusaders Running Club on Saturday is a fun family event members look forward to every year. The profit from the Beer Mile was over R6 000 this year, with R2 837.40 going to CHOC.
Women of all ages, as well as men, took to the streets of Durban in today’s SPAR Women’s 10/5km Challenge.
The fourth regional trial for this year’s Shield Sbonis’ iDiski, was held on Saturday at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). The trials were led by Shield coaches and former Bafana Bafana player Siphiwe Mkhonza, along with Orlando Pirates Development coaches and football legend, Mark Fish.
Durban High School is hosting its Founders Day today, 2 June.
More than 30 thousand people joined in the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk on Sunday.
Cyclists from Durban and surrounding provinces have flocked to Durban to take on the aQuelle Tour Durban today.
The objective of this event was to promote awareness of those with Autism.
Runners from in and around Durban and KZN took to the streets of Durban this morning in the Durban City Marathon.
The community supported the second basketball tournament hosted by Kenneth Gardens Youth Society at the Ray Keyte Place tennis courts on Friday.
The community supported the second basketball tournament hosted by Kenneth Gardens Youth Society at the Ray Keyte Place tennis courts today.
Crowds flocked to Blue Lagoon today to see the finish of the FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon. Andy Birkett and Hank McGregor won the men’s event.