“After reading threats of strikes and stay-aways taking place last Friday, I thought we could offer an alternative for those who weren’t keen to tackle the streets of Durban in protest,” said Peter.
A day of fun and laughter, all for a good cause.
A fire is raging in a factory on South Coast Road in the Durban harbour area. Witnesses have said the smoke has blackened the sky across the city, extending north Durban CBD, driven by a gusting wind.
What better way to start your day?
An arty-crafty evening, distinctly local.
Senior citizens gather for tea and cakes.
Scottburgh residents Ian Jenkins, Norma Warrdill, Barrie Warrdill and Henry Parsons listened to an informative talk ‘vultures in crisis’ delivered by manager of the Raptor Rescue Rehabilitation Centre, Tammy Caine at Crocworld Conservation Centre on Saturday, 11 Febraury.Willem and Fiona Delport (nee Campbell) tie the knot at Garden of Eden on Saturday, 31 December.Teachers, Cindy...
Pat Rhodes raises a cuppa.New member, Auburn Ingram attends the monthly Women’s Institute meeting at Toti library on Tuesday, 14 February.Pat RoachAlicia KelnerJanet Jackman and Grace Finch with guest speaker, Capt Charlene van der Spuy (centre).Myrna OlyottCynthia de Lange and Nan Podmore
Derek WilcocksCoral Mey and Gertie HumanSAARP members, Alan Thrower and Eve O’Neill attend the monthly meeting at Toti library on Monday, 13 February.Antoniette du Plessis and Pat VenterElsie Rossouw spends some time with Ethne Venter.Cesare Bonaconsa