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Second ‘Boks for Books’ library opens

The South African Rugby Union's "Boks for Books" literacy campaign opened its second library at Kwamanzini Primary School in Pinetown outside Durban, with Springbok eighthman Pierre Spies on hand to give the kids some inspiration.

Vodacom Millionaires gets KZN school connected

Local telecoms operator Vodacom has donated a fully equipped computer centre and internet access to learners from Wingen Heights Secondary School in Shallcross, KwaZulu Natal.

Mountain bikers race for rhinos

The FedGroup Berg & Bush mountain bike race through KwaZulu-Natal is joining forces with Spioenkop Game Reserve to protect its 28 white rhino in celebration of World Rhino Day on Saturday.

Golfers rally behind Sanlam Cancer Challenge

Hundreds of golfers across KwaZulu-Natal teamed up with Sanlam in its drive to fight cancer by supporting the Sanlam Cancer Challenge club competitions in the province last month.

US mission helps out in rural KZN

About 50 US healthcare volunteers have arrived in KwaZulu-Natal to offer specialist services in some of the province’s disadvantaged rural areas.
Rural health gets R9m boost

Dubai eyes KZN property investment

Dubai eyes KZN property investment

Dubai-based Ruwaad Holdings is conducting a viability study into building an internationally branded entertainment theme park and residential, commercial and retail complex in the Macambini area on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast, at a cost of about US$2.5-billion (R19.6-billion).
Trade Port to boost KZN exports

Trade Port to boost KZN exports

Investment in and exports from South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province are set to increase with the completion of the R6.5-billion Dube Trade Port to the north of Durban.
KZN strengthens Bali connection

KZN strengthens Bali connection

A government delegation from the Indonesian province of Bali has arrived in KwaZulu-Natal with plans to cement economic ties between the two provinces. The Balian delegation intends training South Africans in the craft of furniture making, and establishing a furniture factory in the province.

EU’s R280m for KZN development

The European Union has unveiled a multi-million rand package to boost economic development in KwaZulu-Natal. The six-year, R281-million package go towards projects in four municipalities in the province, as well as towards "Gijima KZN", a grant-based programme to create employment.

Border Cave opens for visitors

An overnight camp for hikers and archaeology enthusiasts is being built at Border Cave, a Middle Stone Age site in the Lebombo Mountains in northern KwaZulu-Natal that boasts some of the earliest modern Homo sapiens finds as well as spectacular views over Swaziland.


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