As a women’s month initiative under the auspices of Operation Basadi, women from the Scottburgh SAPS joined forces with their counterparts from the Park Rynie Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) and manned a roadblock on Thursday, August 11, on the N2 freeway at Sezela.
IEC elections on the mid south coast area.
The Umzinto Secondary School class of 1965 celebrated their 50th reunion at the school hall on Saturday, July 16.
Eleven political parties signed the Independent Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) code of conduct in Umzinto Town Hall on Friday June 24.
Ladies join in on the fun as Liz does a zumba demonstration after the walk held in support of Child Welfare on Freedom Day.
Friday, 13 May 2016 was an historic moment for development on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast, with a landmark Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) being signed between landowners and the local KwaCele community. After months of thorough discussion and collaboration, Crookes Brothers Limited – the majority shareholder in Renishaw Property Developments – and leaders from the KwaCele community, compiled a comprehensive MOU which provides for a harmonious partnership extending into the future. As outlined in the MOU, Crookes Brothers Limited will assist with a number of capacity building programmes for the KwaCele community, as well as entrepreneurial skills’ development. This will empower the community to fully participate in all decision-making and public processes while ensuring that the broad economic development that is generated will be directly translated into poverty alleviation. Images: Mia Morison
RANKED as a quintile five school, Umzinto Primary School is far from a well to do school. The view of the school from the outside belies the dilapidation found within. From falling gutters, loose floorboards, broken windows, missing light fittings, hanging gutters, broken doors and an endless list of dilapidation, the school epitomizes neglect.
PROTEST action has kept the SAPS in Umzinto and Malangeni busy from Sunday, May 22 till early Monday morning, May 23 as protesters blocked roads and burned tyres. Schools and businesses were closed and motorists could not use the main road in Umzinto till after 9am when some of the roads were cleared by Umdoni Disaster Management.
Ceiling and Cornice Shop celebrated their birthday on May 7.
A number of holiday makers and out of town visitors flocked to Crocworld Conservation Centre on Freedom Day to visit the park’s iconic animals such as Henry, the oldest Nile crocodile in captivity, and Isis the Fish Eagle. The centre boasts an impressive array of birds, a large walk-through aviary and thrilling snake and reptile…