The rising levels of global conflict and violence makes the philosophy and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi as relevant today as it was over seven decades ago when he led campaigns across two continents against colonial oppression and racial subjugation
South Africans against Drunk and Driving (SADD) has embarked on a week-long journey raising awareness on road safety.
City businessman Sunny Gayadin was found dead on a property he was developing at the Victoria Country Club Estate yesterday evening. It appears that at some time yesterday afternoon, the businessman drove to the site, left his keys and cellular phone in his white Toyota bakkie and then walked up to the building site. Gayadin’s…
Scientists have developed a way of converting waste from nuclear power plants into a sustainable energy source.
The proverbial ‘you-know-what’ is about to hit the fan in Mountain Rise as irate residents already fed-up with general dumping in the area, recently discovered that someone had the audacity to add insult to injury and dump an entire pile of broken toilets in a vacant servitude.
While residents do their best to conserve water in the midst of prolonged drought conditions, a faulty sensor on one of Umgeni Water’s main reservoirs supplying the city has resulted in over 1.2 million litres of water going down the drain.
Environmental Affairs deputy minister Barbara Thomson visited Eastwood on Saturday to officially hand over trade tools and a bakkie for mobile recycling within the city.
Pietermaritzburg’s Dr Preyanka Pillay is this year’s top UKZN medical graduate.
It’s not often that traffic in the Northern suburb of Raisethorpe is brought to a standstill by the sound of bag pipes. But such was the case recently when a Scottish pan piper played tunes that echoed into the CBD as part of birthday celebrations for a local woman.
For young Pietermaritzburg based student fashion designer Leona Pillay, the whirlwind that started with her entry into the Vodacom Durban Young Designer Award, presented by Durban Fashion Fair, has just ended with a heady trip to New York that has changed her life forever.
A Cleland woman endured two terrifying hours at the hands of vicious intruder who raped her and then bashed her with a household hammer before fleeing with her laptop, TV and other household items.