The much anticipated 125th year anniversary of Gandhi being thrown out of a train at the Pietermaritzburg Station that saw, as part of the commemoration, the unveiling of a 100kg double-sided bronze bust and digital museum took place on Thursday morning.
Wednesday night’s gala dinner held in commemoration of Gandhi’s 125th year of being thrown from train and the anniversary of the birth of Satyagraha saw many dignitaries of society in attendance at the Pmb City Hall.
Ian van Schalkwyk, educator Janet Taylor and Amirah Kader and front row from left: Fariha Kader, Simoné Brown, Tanisha Kander and Tiana Gangaram, all from Pelham Senior Primary, who participated in the Midmar Mile
The end of the academic year calls for celebrating the hard work put in by our children. Highlighting their achievements is this picture gallery of award recipients.
Diwali celebrations were held for the first time at the Linduzulu palace in Nongoma, northern KwaZulu-Natal when Zulu monarch King Goodwill Zwelithini hosted a celebration for the upcoming festival.
Hundreds of devotees flocked to the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Temple on the corner of Olympia Way and Bombay Road that was officially opened on Sunday. Nityananda Praan Das, temple chairperson, said the temple will be an educational hub for the multi-cultural society to explore their spiritual side through the chanting of…
The iconic Pietermaritzburg Central Station, which has come to symbolise the start of India’s liberation from British rule, was lit up in India’s tri-colours on Tuesday in celebration of India’s 70th Independence day anniversary.
Above: Mckayla Polugadu and Triston Dwarika from Woodlands SecondaryYajna Mahodeo - WA Lewitt Primary School Grade 7 farewellWoodlands Secondary recently held their Matric Ball at the White Horse at Golden Horse which was attended by Aksheer Sookhai and Shriya SinghSuvir Mahodeo - Woodlands SecondaryDeante’ Singh of Heather Secondary School at their Matric Ball at the...