The Pinetown shop now has a coffee shop where people can relax after their shopping.
Dean Wright, a local runner, hopes to raise up to R100 000 for the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust during this year’s Comrades Marathon.
More than a dozen residents made their way to the Hillcrest Bowls Club to learn to play bowls at the weekend.
With dozens of stalls selling a variety of different goods, it is no wonder the market attracts Durbanites in their hundreds.
The first day of the 2018 academic year got off to a good start.
First day of school started on a high note with lots of smiles at Lyndhurst Primary School. The teachers did not waste any time as they started with the lessons for the year. Grade 1 learner, Okuhle Gwala with his teacher, Meghan Smit.
GRADE 1 learners had their brave faces on for their first day at school on Wednesday, 17 January. Nervous parents dropped off their little ones in their respective classroom in the loving hands of their teachers.
Make an animal’s year by giving it a brand new home.
Hillcrest Primary School’s learners were excited for their first day of big school.
Gililtts Primary School children start their first day of big school.
Grade 1 learners at Thomas More College had a fun-filled first day of school.