The closure entails the lifting of shark nets at the two beaches.
Orange bag delivery and distribution has been disrupted due to a shortage of bags caused by issues with the current supplier and is being addressed according to Durban Solid Waste (DSW) management.
“We are extremely proud as eThekwini Municipality-Moses Mabhida Stadium to be hosting our first international rugby match and welcoming new audiences to our stadium” – General manager of Moses Mabhida Stadium, Vusi Mazibuko
The property owner, Pam Rabikissoon now has to fork out between R4 000 to R5 000 to hire a tree feller to remove the tree, since neither the Parks Department or panhandle neighbours will take responsibility.
Sarnia family was forced to pay a deposit of almost R 3000 for a high bill which was caused by a burst pipe.
The Kloof substation is slowly deteriorating and has become home to vagrants.
THINK works towards finding improved methods of diagnosis and treatment in the management of HIV and TB in South Africa.
Muvo cards that expire in April or July 2017 must be swopped by August 2017 to receive a free replacement card.
This move has come after an exposé revealed plastic bag manufacturers are allegedly not sticking to regulations, creating plastic bags that can not be recycled.
Households affected by the interruption to supply of orange bags are encouraged to use clear plastic bags provided by the City to recycle in the interim.
Locals are urged to join the Pinetown protest with their placards and posters, calling on President Jacob Zuma to step down.