Waterfall College held its annual walkathon on Friday 24 March at the campus, with each lap measuring about 1km.
There are dozens of friendly cats and dogs waiting to be adopted at the Animal Anti-Cruelty League.
Police had to intervene to divide the two groups that were protesting in Clermont on Saturday.
The eThekwini Inner and Outer West Cluster hosted a medal parade ceremony at His Church on Thursday, 23 March. About 100 recipients were awarded medals for their service which ranged from 10, 20 and 30 years.
The featured gardens could be found in Kloof, Waterfall and Hillcrest and were open to the public.
The day was designed for the whole family to enjoy.
A number of fun activities were planned for all learners.
The learners will always remember one of their favourite events for this year, their matric dance.
Learners from two schools in the Upper Highway area took ordinary soap boxes and used their artistic talent to create deep and poignant pieces.
The much-anticipated matric dance did not disappoint this year as learners arrived in all their finery.
The 2017 matrics were blown away by the beautiful theme for their dance.