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.
Described as a “spoilt brat who had everything on his platter and wanted more”, Jibraeel Mohideen, 26, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing his father – well-known businessman Ashraf Tajoodeen Mohideen.
Just in case you missed the glitz and glam at last weekend’s prestigious annual 15th edition of the Metro FM Music Awards held at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Durban International Convention Centre, the Public Eye Newspaper was there to capture the vening. The awards themed Legends Don’t Stop. They Ask What’s Next? featured the most daring fashion on the black and red carpet with top performances from award winning artists such as Emtee, Fifi Cooper and the baddest AKA.
ZULU KING Goodwill Zwelithini was speaking at the Royal Showgrounds, Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday to mark the official opening of the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature
Images from the A.T. Allison Bird Sanctuary Park. Pictures Mark Wing
Provincial Commissioner: KwaZulu-Natal Lieutenant-General Betty Mmamonnye Ngobeni leads Umgungundlovu District Mayor Yusuf Bhamjee and Msunduzi Mayor Councillor Chris Ndelela inspecting the guard of honour and medal recipients. Picture Mark WingUmgungundlovu District Mayor Yusuf Bhamjee and Msunduzi Mayor Councillor Chris Ndelela inspecting the guard of honour and medal recipients. Picture Mark WingHorses at the Umgungundlovu South...
Paramedics spent hours trying to free people trapped in their cars
Picture Mark Wing.Picture Mark Wing.Picture Mark Wing.Picture Mark Wing.Gandhi Walkers started their walk to commemorate his Birthday, from Freedam Square to the Station, stopping at the Gandhi Statue in Church Street along the way.Picture Mark Wing.Picture Mark Wing.Picture Mark Wing.
MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nomusa Dube-Ncube jokes while she lays a brick to the building of the new Mandela Capture Site Museum near Howick yesterday. Behind her Nobusapho Mandela, Nelson Mandela's daughter in law and Deputy Mayor of Umngeni Municipality, Scelo Magozi look on. Picture Mark Wing.MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional...