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aQuellé donates Tour Durban water to disaster relief project

aQuellé donates Tour Durban water to disaster relief project

While thousands of keen cyclists sit at home this weekend pondering the Tour Durban that would have taken place this weekend, the race's title sponsor, aQuellé, has stepped onto the top of the podium with a massive donation to The Domino Foundation's drive to provide...

Action plan to boost hard-hit Durban metro area economy

Action plan to boost hard-hit Durban metro area economy

eThekwini Municipality, which has the Durban area as its epicentre, has announced its Economic Recovery Plan which it hopes will boost the local economy heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Unveiling the strategy, mayor Mxolisi Kaunda said the metro would be...

Durban looks set to remain in hard lockdown come 1 May

Durban looks set to remain in hard lockdown come 1 May

Durban residents looking forward to an easing of lockdown conditions may have to wait as the KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has warned that eThekwini could remain at level five come 1 May. High rates of local transmission of COVID-19 have been recorded in the...

In deep shiitake: Durban man busted for R450k 'magic mushroom lab'

In deep shiitake: Durban man busted for R450k 'magic mushroom lab'

A 38-year-old man appeared in court on Wednesday, after he was caught running a "complex and clandestine" laboratory in his Durban home, dealing in magic mushrooms. The psychedelic item was manufactured and distributed during lockdown, which led law enforcement...

eThekwini shuts down its promenade

eThekwini shuts down its promenade

Following an outcry over images of hundreds of people exercising in close proximity to each other at Cape Town's promenade, has decided to take extreme caution in compliance with the National Disaster Act and shut down the city's promenade. According to a statement...

Good news for Durbanites as municipality reverses promenade closure

Good news for Durbanites as municipality reverses promenade closure

The well-known Durban Promenade, which was set to be closed to walkers, joggers and cyclists during the early days of our more relaxed Level 4 lockdown regulations, is now going to be open to the public. After a confusing morning on Saturday 2 May, during which the...

Counterfeit cigarettes and clothing worth R6m seized in Durban raids

Counterfeit cigarettes and clothing worth R6m seized in Durban raids

Counterfeit cigarettes and clothing worth R6 million was seized during raids in Durban conducted by government officials and law enforcement agencies, the KwaZulu-Natal department of economic development, tourism and environmental affairs (EDTEA) said. In a statement...

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