Two months after Public Eye reported that Pietermaritzburg’s renowned City Hall clock was not working due to red-tape over a contract, Msunduzi Mayor Themba Njilo, who visited the clock tower, announced this week that he will ensure that the clock starts ticking again. Braving his fear of heights, Njilo went on a tour of the…
Pietermaritzburg School of Fashion Design graduate, Martin John Steenkamp, once again mesmerised the audiences and judges at the Durban Fashion Fair that took place recently.
The Gandhi peace walk which took place over the weekend drew a large crowd.
The “I Choose Peace” Festival kicks off on Sunday with the Gandhi Peace Walk incorporating the Body, Mind Soul festival, a precursor to the walk. The walk starts at 1:30pm from the Old Prison (Project Gateway, Burger Street) and finishes at the Railway Station. Peace walkers are invited to carry banners on the walk.
City motorists have been cautioned to be vigilant on roads, specifically when being pulled over by unmarked vehicles at traffic intersections and isolated routes at night.
Seventeen-year-old Raisethorpe learner Jehoiakim Pillay represented South Africa at the Physical Science Olympiad late last month and was placed in position 35 in Africa.
25 lucky readers stand a chance of winning 4 tickets each to the Maritzburg United Football Club match against Cape Town City this Friday, October 5th, at 20:00, in Pietermaritzburg.
In memory of Mr Kay Parus, the Newholmes Football Association will host a football tournament commencing on the September 21 and ending on the October 13.
The Msunduzi Municipality is putting the final touches ahead of the opening of the new Msunduzi Athletics Track and the launch of the African Athletics League on Saturday.
A 13-year-old learner drowned at Mountain Rise Primary School during a P.E. lesson at 2pm today.
Although the much- awaited annual Ward 34 Community Awards are expected to be epic this year, organisers are desperate for funding and are appealing for assistance.