The Midlands Hindu Society in association with the South African Hindu Maha Sabha will be hosting a good governance workshop on Saturday (March 3).
The Club Woodlander is more than a recreational centre. It is a faith – a belief in democracy, a belief that people can assemble from different interests, occupations, and social and economic conditions to unite for sporting and educational purposes, as well as self-improvement. As a consequence, the influential role played by the Deeplaul brothers,…
In the early 1970s, almost every summer weekend I made the journey from the centre of Durban to the Springfield grounds. Springfield is now home to massive business complexes and highways hemmed around by city sprawl, but in the early 1970s it was very much on the outskirts.
This article, by Nirode Bramdaw, on the role of the Indian community in the liberation struggle forms part of “The Story of Indenture 1860 – 1911” a permanent exhibition at the 1860 Heritage Centre.
Pietermaritzburg residents are urged to join the local chapter of the Global United4Freedom Walk on November 26 that seeks to highlight the plight of children suffering human rights abuses.
The 92nd birthday of Sri Sathya Sai Baba will be celebrated on November 23.
A Special General Meeting has been convened by the Executive Committee of the Sports Veterans’ Association scheduled to take place on Saturday November 25, 2017, at Allandale Primary School at 2pm
Today marks the 157th anniversary of the arrival of indentured Indian labourers to South Africa. Read guidelines for tracing one’s roots, the list of passengers who arrived on the SS Truro.
Local doyen of Tamil culture, Navamoney Phillips, 87, who played the sitar for Queen Elizabeth during the Royal Family visit to South Africa in 1947, has died.
Although diagnosed with poliomyelitis and osteoporosis of the lower limbs at since birth, Krispathie Singh did not let anything stop her from enjoying her life.
After a successful sports and education career, Tensingh Seethal retired at the start of 2017.