Come on, play your part this Earth Hour

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Come on, play your part this Earth Hour Here is a call to action worth considering. Earth Hour is a global call to protect the planet and to stand up against climate change. Having started in Australia in 2007, the event has since grown in leaps and bounds. South Africans began observing…

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Join in the Lindt Easter hunt

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Join in the Lindt Easter hunt Who doesn’t enjoy chocolates over Easter? As much as I promise myself, I will not overindulge, Easter is the one time in the year when I cannot say no to chocolate-covered marshmallow eggs or bunnies of the milky variety. This Easter, Lindt SA will…

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Festive fun at uShaka Marine World

Festive fun at uShaka Marine World uShaka Marine World is definitely on of my favourite places to visit in the balmy months of summer. Fun, entertainment, water and food – it’s all easily available in one place. This festive season, uShaka Marine World is offering loads of entertainment and excitement…

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Things to do in Durban this holiday

Things to do in Durban this holiday Our kids are off on a three-week adventure overseas, while we stay home in Durban. Now is the perfect opportunity to explore our city like we’ve never done before. This time it’s all about things to do in Durban without our kids – a…

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Don’t miss the Whitney Houston Show

For me, Whitney Houston has to be one of the biggest enigmas in the world of entertainment. Such immense talented, but at the same time such immense personal flaws. In spite of her being in the spotlight for many of the wrong reasons for much of her short life –…

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Smart transport innovations on show on Durban’s North Beach

Smart transport is the new buzzword at UKZN’s Mechanical Engineering Department. And tomorrow (November 17) students and academics will show off two of their latest innovations in smart transport technology along the North Beach promenade from 5-7am. Early start? Yes. But it is definitely worth the visit. These two innovations…

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Enjoy your city in unusual ways

Has anyone else noticed the rising number of events occurring at secret locations around the city of late? I’ve come across two unusual and interesting events coming up in March and April that piqued my interest. They’re completely different concepts but their ultimate aim is uplift, inspire and celebrate the…

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Get your copy of this delish new cookbook

She may be young, but Zola Nene has already garnered much experience in the food industry. From working in England to training at the Institute of Culinary Arts in Stellenbosch; from working with some of South Africa’s top chefs to being appointed as a food stylist on the SABC3 TV…

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