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The eThekwini Living Legends Awards recognises the greatness achieved by residents of eThekwini.
The eThekwini Living Legends Awards recognises the greatness achieved by residents of eThekwini.

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Earlier this year Dr Joseph Shabalala, founder of the legendary Ladysmith Black Mambazo, was honoured at the inaugural Amagugu Esizwe event‚ which recognises those men and women who have played a significant role in arts and culture in eThekwini. ‘Amagugu…
Legend of the Month: Joseph Shabalala
Legend of the Month: Joseph Shabalala
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Cape Town may be referred to as the ‘Mother City’, but it seems that Durban’s the head of the household when it comes to South Africa’s most liveable city! For the third year running Durban has been voted as the the South African city with the highest…
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As the largest disaster relief organisation on the continent, Gift of the Givers (GOTG) are well known in South Africa for the work that they do during times of crisis. After the recent fires in Kysna the foundation was quick to respond to the countless…
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By 2030 eThekwini Municipality aims to be Africa’s most liveable and caring city. Efficient and useful public services are one of the ways that the municipality can improve residents’ experience of the city, and in line with this thinking container…
City Library Reopens
City Library Reopens
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Despite the limitations that apartheid put on black South African musicians, and in fact sometimes because of it, there still exist a fair number of local musicians whose names are familiar with music fans, both in South Africa and abroad. But sadly this…
Legend of the Month: Ndikho Xaba
Legend of the Month: Ndikho Xaba
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Last week Friday the Denis Hurley Centre played host to what has become an annual event, I Dare To Share. In conjunction with I Care, hundreds of Durbanites ‘dared to share’ Durban after dark, with three hundred and fifty homeless citizens of Durban, and…
Dare To Share!
Dare To Share!
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The 38th Durban International Film Festival kicked off last week with the South African premier of Serpent taking place on Thursday evening. The Festival, which this year focuses on the stories of refugees and immigrants, with the theme of ‘Transit…
Durban International Film Festival
Durban International Film Festival
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While KwaZulu-Natal has received some rains, Umgeni Water cautioned just last month that the province is not yet safe from worsening drought conditions, with a fifteen percent water restriction remaining in place in eThekwini. It is thought that the first…
Praying For Rain
Praying For Rain
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Obed Mbatha is living proof that life is what we make of it. Not many people could imagine achieving serious prestige working as a doorman, but as with everything he does in life, Obed has given his all to his role of head doorman of the prestigious…
Legend of the Month: Obed Mbatha
Legend of the Month: Obed Mbatha
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It’s a strange thing, to think what drives someone to devote their life to the good of others, while most of us just struggle to look after ourselves and our immediate family. But for Dawn Leppan, the community in need was her family, having grown up in…
The Family of a Thousand Hills
The Family of a Thousand Hills
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