As the only Pietermaritzburg swimmer at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, Epworth matriculant Alani Ferreira is doing Pietermaritzburg proud, having broken four African records for all four of the heats and races she has swam so far.
Northern suburb schools have done Pietermaritzburg proud in recent chess tournaments securing places in the top three
Pietermaritzburg’s Ashandren Pillay, 18, recently won gold at an international angling championship held in Namibia. Pillay, who received his Protea colours for angling, began fishing when he was eight years old, with his father, Swami Pillay, a well-known retired policeman. No stranger to achievements, Pillay obtained his KZN colours in 2012 in the junior division…
Diego Costa has been charged with “violent conduct” by the English Football Association
Since Chetty has starting helping the kids, the club have made huge improvements
CHS selected to represent the province at the SAMCA national championships in Cape Town.
Prianna Maharaj came third in the country in the U12 girls singles division.
Pietermaritzburg scholars were chosen to represent the city at the provincial trials.
Phelelani Mbambo has been selected as part of the SASA II National Football Team.
A Grade 9 learner from Carter High School was placed third in the country for the boys U17 doubles.