Newholme Primary School commemorated Heritage Day with a colourful and impressive display of talent from its Grades R to 7 learners on Friday.
The first weekend of action in the inaugural Dolphins Premier League, presented by Aucor, saw some exciting action as the eight teams fought it out in 10 matches at the Kingsmead Oval and the Chatsworth Oval on Saturday and Sunday.
The Love to Live campaign has embarked on an anti-bullying roadshow campaign hosted at various schools throughout the city.
Karate champ, Dhruv Heeralal (11), will be jetting off to Botswana to represent South Africa in the AUSC (Zone 6) championship in May.
Raisethorpe Secondary learner, Kiara Singh, is the only Pietermaritzburg finalist in the Miss SA School Ambassador 2018 competition.
The winning essay will be published in the Public Eye with the winner presenting the essay at the special tribute to Mama Winnie on Sunday, 20th May.
A local science whizz, dedicated to ensuring young school children learn to love the subject, was recently rewarded for her efforts when she won the best workshop outreach award at the 22nd annual Scifest Africa in Grahamstown.
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
A 17-year-old celebrating the end of the school year with friends, died after he was allegedly beaten to death by two men on Friday evening, not far from his home in Esigodini, Edendale.
Silver Heights Secondary learner, Linelwa Gasela, has won this year’s Mahatma Gandhi Essay Competition hosted by the Pietermaritzburg Gandhi Memorial Committee (PGMC).
It’s crunch time for those in matric this year. Some papers were written on Monday with more to follow on Tuesday. Read here for the full matric timetable as well as how to cope with exam stress.