Your guide on what’s happening on the North Coast
Ndlondlo Reptile Park snake catcher, Neville Wolmarans said he believed the python to be gravid and in search of a safe place to lay her eggs.
The remains were first discovered on Saturday by a 13-year-old boy walking his dog.
In KDM’s audit report presented to council at the end of January, a staggering R115 million was recorded for energy losses.
Chief whip Dumisane Nzimande adjourned the meeting to Wednesday (today) at 5.30pm and promised the meeting that better presentations would be made.
Several liquor outlets were issued with fines for not complying with the liquor act while 22 were arrested for dealing in liquor without a licence.
The race is an important fundraiser for rhino conservation and anti-rhino poaching efforts in Northern KwaZulu-Natal.
The summer off-shore angling season has so far produced some nice dorado and yellow-fin tuna, the backline areas have also managed to produce the odd big garrick.
Hellmot Productions brought to life the tragic true-life-story of how Port St Johns resident, Avuyile ‘Avo’ Ndamase lost his brother, Zama, to a fatal shark attack.
“As we illuminate our homes with diyas at sunset, let us reflect and remember the true purpose of the celebration, a day that symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance” – Privi Makhan.