A memorial service was held to remember the sons of Lucas Garden’s founder Margaret, who died within a day of each other during the first World War.
Deputy Mayor Fawzia Peer addressed partnerships in the fight against crime at a meeting at Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
“I have found out that the Labour Centre in Masonic Grove closed down about a year ago.”
These awards are presented to recipients whose research and innovations have impacted and uplifted the water and sanitation sector in a variety of ways.
Durban artist, Devika Pillay, has donated her painting entitled, Madiba Jive, to raise funds for Saint Giles through a silent auction.
The buildings are still earmarked for Human Settlements purposes and the tender process inviting proposals is at the evaluation stage.
The annual Ferguson Road Halloween event will be on 28 October.
Customers who use surface mail to send their Christmas gifts abroad should do so soon as possible.
The CROW clinic remains a hive of activity as animals are treated in their temporary enclosures in the clinic.
“Criminals are always looking for opportunities to strike. You can make a big difference in preventing this from happening by just being alert to events around you.”
Flooding and subsequent sunny days could result in an increase in snake sightings across the city.