RICHARDS Bay Funeral Services hosted an outreach programme in Mandlazini last week, treating 200 children and senior citizens to a fun-filled day of activities and refreshments. The event was held at the Mqedi Community Centre which hosts community development initiatives, daycare for young children, a sewing project, a seniors luncheon club and feeding schemes for the community’s children. Seniors were also handed healthcare hampers.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, winter has returned with a vengeance. Weekend temperatures plummeted as a cold front hit the region and stormy seas once again attacked the fragile coastline. Ironically, this brought many people to the outdoors, keen to see nature’s fury unleashed on the beaches
Perfect weather greeted just over 400 participants to Saturday’s 12th annual Sanca/Eyethu Bay Watch ‘Walk Away from Drugs’ event. After registration and a fun warm-up, the anti-drug campaigners set off from the Zululand Yacht Club to just past the Bay Hall and back, chanting slogans and bearing banners in support of Sanca
Learners of Kati Primary School of Mandlazini catch a water break at the Walk Away From Drugs event in Richards Bay. Hundreds of community members and school children from across the City of uMhlathuze showed up to join the drug awareness initiative and pledge their support to combating the drug challenge in societyAquadene Secondary School...
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Food and wine was the order of the day at the Zululand Yacht Club in Meerensee this past Saturday. The social affair drew in locals as well as tourists who were also treated to a boat cruise and music
Melomed Private Hospital spread some Madiba magic last week in celebration of Mandela Day. Hospital staff spent some quality time in the surrounding community, handing out cupcakes and other treats.
Zululand elite were dressed to kill during the NRB FC Awards at Ngamla Guest House in Iniwe on Friday night. It was all about stilettos, smart suits, delicious food, great entertainment and good conversation as the region’s black diamonds sailed through the night in style
Forty refuse bags were filled with rubbish from the beach
STANDING in solidarity with the #StandUpForSadia campaign against gun violence, Zululanders – young and old, dressed in orange on Friday.
Way back Friday