Durban in the News: Kaizer Motaung slams Moses Mabhida violence: Kaizer Chiefs chairperson Kaizer Motaung released a statement condemning the acts of violence that took place at the Moses Mabhida stadium. Nick Mallett: Error rate was dreadful at Kings Park: Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett was disappointed at the error rate in the Sharks v […]
A Durban tagged image from Flickr – click on the name of the photographer below the image to see more Durban goodness. Grey-headed Gull (Larus cirrocephalus) Image by Kleinz1 This Grey-headed Gull (Larus cirrocephalus) was pictured landing in low-tide mud of the Durban Bay.
Durban in the News: Beaten Moses Mabhida stadium guard ‘seriously injured, but stable’: A security guard who was beaten up during a violent breakout at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban was seriously injured, but in a stable condition, paramedics say. Twitter reacts to Steve Komphela’s resignation: Steve Komphela resigned as coach of Kaizer Chiefs […]
Durban in the News: Steve Komphela resigns as Kaizer Chiefs coach: Steve Komphela has resigned as Kaizer Chiefs head coach with immediate effect after a Nedbank Cup semi-final loss to Free State Stars. Free State Stars book final spot at Chiefs’ expense: Free State Stars reached their first final since 1999 as they sensationally stunned […]
Heroic Win: The Cell C Sharks bounced back from last week’s defeat with a wonderful 24-17 victory over the visiting Stormers at Jonsson KINGS PARK on Saturday in a tight Vodacom Super Rugby clash. On a beautiful late summer evening, in a match played in perfect conditions, it couldn’t have been more tense, but ultimately […]
Stepping Up: The SuperSport Rugby Challenge gets underway this weekend when the Cell C Sharks XV travel to Kimberley to take on Griquas at Tafel Lager Park in a round one match. The tournament, split up into three conferences, a North, South and Central region, of which the Cell C Sharks and Griquas feature in […]
Durban in the News: ‘She deserves all the glory!’– KZN student gives gown to great-granny so she can graduate: A University of KwaZulu-Natal graduate has dedicated his degree to his great-grandmother who stepped in to look after him and his siblings after his parents died. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news.