Tag: KZN

Award Winning Junior Lavie Chats Business and Events! #NewBizChat

  Junior Lavie  mostly known as the events maestro in Durban, is one of those guys that really hustle until something happens. He is  the founder of  Ink party in South Africa, Junior Lavie started the Ink Party in 2011 with just focusing on school children partying hard after a hard year of exams and they just…..

KZN municipalities must cut water consumption by 15%

Municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal have until the end of this week to present their plans “to effect a 15% reduction in consumer demand for water”. “If these water savings are achieved now‚ the amount of water in Midmar and Albert Falls‚ which are two of the most drought-affected catchments in KZN‚ could last until the next rains…..

Mr Shakeel Ori: “DUT WoW Improves Every Year”

By: Lungelo Ngcamu Co-operative Education Director, Shakeel Ori was not impressed with the attendance of students attended 2015 World of Work (WoW). This annual career exhibition started yesterday (Wednesday) at Sports centre and Ritson hall with an aim to put students and companies in connection. According to Ori the attendance of students was not good as…..

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First Day of WoW At DUT

By: Lungelo Ngcamu The first day of World of Work (WoW) started on a high note at Durban University of Technology on Wednesday. This annual career exhibition was held at Steve Biko (Sports centre) and Ritson campus (Ritson hall). The aim of the event is to bring different companies to students with the intention to offer…..

SPAR Proteas vice-captain Bongiwe Msomi has been signed by Surrey Storm in the UK Netball Super League.

SPAR Proteas vice-captain Bongiwe Msomi has been signed by Surrey Storm in the UK Netball Super League. The 27-year-old mid-courter arrived in England last week and joined up with the squad ahead of the top of the table clash at Surrey Sports Park ahead of their clash with Manchester Thunder on Saturday. The storm went down…..

Formal hearings into group copying delayed

Pretoria – Formal hearings for KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape grade 12 candidates implicated in group copying have been delayed because the candidates were busy writing supplementary examinations. Chief Director for Public Examinations and Assessments at the Department of Basic Education (DBE), Dr Rufus Poliah, on Tuesday said formal hearings for the implicated matriculants would commence in…..

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KZN municipalities urged to stop hiring consultants

Pretoria – KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nomusa Dube-Ncube, has urged municipalities to stop hiring consultants to prepare municipal financial statements. This, she said, was done at a considerable cost without direct accountability for municipal audit outcomes. Addressing the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) KZN Finance Week Conference in Durban today, MEC…..

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KZN MEC condemns violent protests

Pretoria – KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), Nomusa Dube-Ncube, has called on communities to address their concerns in a peaceful manner without damaging public facilities or behaving violently. The MEC said this in the wake of a violent protest on the R74 near Muden. She has since deployed a rapid response team…..