Your wedding day presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to create an almost ethereally happy experience. One that will be captured in all its splendour by the expert eye of a fantastic photographer and imprinted in the memories of friends and family for eternity. The jewel in this celebratory crown is, of course, the momentous wedding cake, glistening with a sparkle only rivalled by the happiness in the lucky couple’s eyes.
Eggs have been with us since the beginning of time, with every single culture, continent of people using them in all different types of recipes, from being boiled, fried, stuffed or made into the most delicious desserts.
Many marketing professionals were unprepared for the digital revolution that came with the 2020 global lockdown and the urgent need for businesses and organisations to pivot to digital.
The experts at CM Trading Partners suggest that, even though times are tough, making extra income is easier than you might think.
What is the spiritual meaning of February? – Following the longest month comes February. February, comes from the Latin word “Februarius”, meaning “to purify“ and February was known as the “Month of Purification” during ancient Roman times. It is a transitional time, after a month of reflection and New Year’s resolutions. (source:sunsigns.org)
eThekwini Municipality has received yet another global recognition for the Buffelsdraai Landfill Site Community Reforestation Project as it recently made it into Apolitical's 100 Climate Policy Breakthroughs List.
The eThekwini Transport Authority, in partnership with the eThekwini Metro Taxi Council (EMTC), launched a vehicle sanitisation programme on Friday, 29 January at the Chesterville Taxi Rank.
eThekwini Municipality wishes to inform residents of Northern areas of Durban about the shut down of the afore mentioned treatment works. This will affect the supply of water in particular Northern areas of Durban.
eThekwini Municipality is pleased to announce that the water pump at the aforesaid pump-station has been repaired and has commenced to operate. As a result, Shall-Cross Reservoir is full to its capacity and certain homes have already started to receive running water.
Durban believes local and domestic citizens have the power to reignite the tourism sector but must do so safely and responsibly, starting this festive season.
The City of Durban and some of its tourism products raked in major awards at this year’s World Travel Awards, after being announced as Africa’s leading City destination and Africa’s leading meetings and conference destination.
Do you ever find yourself saying “I need to free up space in the closet” / “I need to be more organised” / “what container can I use to place my leftovers in?” / “why is my winter clothes mixed with my summer outfits?”!
The 20 young designers who are part of the Durban Fashion Fair’s (DFF) annual mentorship programme are making steady progress towards showcasing their collections on the ramp at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre on December 11, 2020.
“A recent survey of South Africans about their attitude to coffee in the workplace has revealed just how passionate people are about the beverage that has become so much a part of our daily lives. ..., 8% said they drink between four and five cups a day while 4% said they drink more than five cups a day.” As quoted in Coffee Magazine!
Research shows that 40% of South Africans find wearing a face-mask makes them anxious and 61% said it makes communication very difficult. We created a series of viral videos to address this. Wearing a face mask is one of the few weapons we have against the spread of COVID. Yet some people are not wearing masks as much as they should or not at all.
Plastics SA, the umbrella body representing the entire South African plastics industry, has just released the plastics recycling figures for the year ending December 2019. According to Anton Hanekom, Plastics|SA’s Executive Director, a detailed survey into the state of the country’s plastics recycling industry is conducted annually by Annabé Pretorius of Plastix 911 - an independent consultant who has an unsurpassable knowledge of the industry and has formed a wide network of recyclers with whom she conducts one-on-one interviews.
This year’s Race Across South Africa (RASA), which falls under the Freedom Challenge banner, officially started in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday 7 October 2020.
The Durban Fashion Fair is celebrating its 9th year and recently showcased 25 local designers, who had again came together to not only celebrate the fascination of fashion but boost the city’s mode economy by supporting local businesses and talent and businesses.
In an effort to support local restaurants, and make life tastier and more pleasurable, why not eat at one of Granada Square’s three restaurants, and stand a chance to win R500 off your bill!
Most people have used Google Street View to view places they plan on going to. But what happens when the places you’re venturing to aren’t on Google Street View? Dirt roads in particular are sometimes not mapped. To help solve this problem, Dunlop recently embarked on Grandtrek Uncharted - their most ambitious project yet - to go where Google hasn’t yet been and map new roads to be added to the Street View platform.
eThekwini Municipality Mayor, Mxolisi Kaunda has welcomed the news that Durban has won the bid to host the World Table Tennis Championship in 2023.
People living with schizophrenia deserve to live a happy, fulfilled life. To do so, they often need assistance from caregivers.
Braaing is the South African way of gathering together with good friends and good food to celebrate the good life. The key to hosting the perfect braai is working together – with togetherness being one of the many aspects that make our country so unique.
eThekwini Municipality has reopened its heritage and recreational facilities and will be implementing the necessary safety precautions. Head of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Unit Thembinkosi Ngcobo said most of the City’s facilities were closed during lockdown.