Mrs Universe contestants in global march against gender-based violence and child abuse in Durban.
If 2016 has shown me anything, it is the fact that the Berea community is made up mostly of people who care.
Your vote counts, don’t waste it!
8 January 2016 marks the 38th anniversary of the death of Durban activist and philosopher and extraordinary thinker, Rick Turner.
Wishing you all a safe, blessed and joyous Christmas.
Take a stand and join Save Our Berea and other fed-up residents at the next Monster Meeting in which the 317 Currie Road illegal development will be discussed and hear what the judgement and subsequent appeals will mean for residents and their rights as ratepayers.
The news of a coalition of civic organisations and ordinary citizens across the country standing up together in a united front against the current government’s rampant corruption and other ills, has set the air abuzz with hope and excitement.
I think it was Paul McCartney who once said: “You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.” I have to say that this quote popped to mind when I read the shocking and devastating news that Metro Police had taken the unforgivable step in having Butch, a long-time…
MUCH has been said, written and debated around the issue of historical statues. I have deliberately refrained from putting in my two cents worth because I find it hard to comment sensibly on something I don’t understand. It’s not that I don’t understand the point being made by various groups who have become angrily vocal…
It’s time to take stock of the year 2014 and look to the opportunities that await in the New Year.
The deaths of two young students this week highlights the level of brutal crime that is sweeping through our city.