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The Durban Fashion Fair Roundup

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This past week saw the brightest stars of Durban fashion showcasing their masterpieces all in one place, with shows from Wednesday to Saturday, and a gorgeous exhibition there was bound to be something for everyone! Photo Credit: Sassy Media Durban’s glittering Durban Fashion Fair (DFF) – now in its fourth year, …

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ETHEKWINI WINS MUNICIPALITY OF THE YEAR AWARD

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EThekwini Municipality scooped the Municipality of the Year title at the African Utility Week Industry Awards in Cape Town last week, in recognition for its exceptional Water and Sanitation service delivery project, where the lives of 500 000 residents living in informal settlements have been improved. Other finalists competing for …

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Durban Joins The Million Meal Challenge

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It’s something most of us don’t really think about… with the day-to-day rush and our busy lives, we forget that there is GENUINELY a problem, and it IS RIGHT ON OUR DOORSTEP! It’s difficult to hear and see the problem, we are often so “numb” that we don’t even realise …

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#DurbanThrowbackThursday – Moses Mabhida Stadium from Conception to Icon

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Named after stalwart of the armed struggle against apartheid Moses Mncane Mabhida , it is estimated that the creation of the Moses Mabhida Stadium injected some R155-billion directly and indirectly into the Durban region, creating an impressive 14 000 jobs which have positively impacted on low-income households. the stadium cost around R3.4-billion, …

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R22bn GO!Durban Project is Well Underway

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Construction of GO!Durban, the eThekwini Municipality’s new integrated rapid public transport network is well underway with the development of the C3 corridor from Bridge City, in KwaMashu, to Pinetown CBD, in the first phase of the project. The first corridor or trunk route is due to be operational in 2016. …

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