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Your help is needed in piecing together some of the hidden history of Durban's Coloured population group in a bid to explore narratives around this history from the perspectives of those who are willing to contribute material and knowledge to the Proclamation 73 Open-access Visual Memoryspace Project.
That means that you can through images and documentation contribute to the visual telling of your family's and your community's history and help weave the tapestry which aims to make the hidden histories of Durban come to life.
Published in Community News
It's barely been two years since Durban's Andrew Hughes entered the comedy scene and he's been accumulating a snowballing success rate along the way.
Now he's about to take that major proverbial "first step" by showcasing his debut one man show In Living Colour(ed)!
Published in Entertainment News
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 15:21

48-hour Gang War in Wentworth Durban

Kyle Sewell was shot 11 times in Stower Road, Wentworth. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng - Daily News
Durban - A packed church was petrol-bombed, a man shot dead and a 71-year-old woman hit in the arm by a stray bullet as gang war gripped Wentworth.

Religious leaders and residents believe the violence, over a 48-hour period, was sparked by the murder of a former gangster outside a Florida Road nightclub two weeks ago.
Now, in the midst of a spike in drive-by shootings and clashes between rival gangs - over the lucrative drug trade - residents of the south Durban suburb are questioning why police recently shut down a gang task force set up by the Hawks two years ago.

Published in In the news
Monday, 01 February 2016 02:35

Superfly. The DJ, The Legend, The Man.

In the 1980’s he was what in today’s terms we would call a superstar DJ and this was long before the advent of the internet, YouTube and all of the other media hype that is used to promote the careers of those in entertainment.
He is still very much in high demand and he is still consistently entertaining crowds. He may be from the old school but he is not to be considered an old school DJ. He remains relevant and still has a passion for introducing crowds to new music.

Published in Entertainment News