A distressing situation is currently unfolding in the Eastern Cape area as some form of violence and property damage is occuring. A video from the scene shows us the site but does not clear too much up. Below is the video and an explanation of it, however remember that this is a developing situation so please hit the follow button for more updates as i upload them.
Shocking news as people in the town of Durban run for their lives away from such an unexpected thing. This place in Durban always has surprises but this one takes the cup. As you'll can see that it was a normal day, busy and hectic day in Durban and something comes to ruin it. No it's not Taxi wars or Gun shots being fired but it is a fire breathing snake. There had been a training session in one of the villages in Durban where soldiers train and they had all kinds of machines and weapons, unfortunately one
Probably South Africans have had enough in the never shifting Level 3. Since the beginning of June, Lockkdown Level 3 was imposed and later when we thought we are advancing to Level 2, Was told we are moving to Advanced Level 3. In Durban, It is reported that Police paid a local beach on the North Coast a visit Yesterday. It is not yet Confirmed if they were arrests or Just warning but overall this shows a lack of negligently and who to blame other than to blame a weak South African Law. The Video clearly shows
KwaZulu-Natal premier Sihle Zikalala said that it will not be wrong for President Cyril Ramaphosa to give Zuma a presidential Pardon in order to calm the situation of KZN protests. The pro Zuma supporters have been protesting in and around Durban since Thursday night calling for Zuma to be released after he handed himself over to the police before they could arrest him.
It has been reported that former Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Bruce Grobbelaar was paid out a full three years contract. He wasn't at the club anymore but he got his money as promised without managing the club. Grobbelaar has had a dream career that many coaches wish they can have in their footballing career. After he left Durban City in 1978, that's when things started to open up for him. It was visible when Grobbelaar lifted 19 major titles with Liverpool within 13 years. Which was an exceptional record that
Crowd in Durban was very high and food demand was also in demand. People got paid yesterday and today they made opportunity to go in stores. Queues were long but they were looking calm and prepared. Hygiene was number priority people were counted before entering the store first. Management were following announcements from the superiors. People were willing to buy sufficient food for 21days lockdown. Even though queues were long but they were waiting patiently. Neliswa Msani said "People are very understand
People have various views, and some don't believe in anything at all, while some only believe in themselves. Not too long ago, there were stories across Durban City that there was a mermaid on the shore, and it may seem risky. So about a week after Mermaid was discovered and killed right at Durban Beach in South Africa and was pushed to the shore by the waves, a number of people were shocked a few days later as they headed to the beach to rest and have a nice time. They couldn't believe what they found, when
Clive Barker is a South African former football coach, he guided the South African National team ( Bafana BafNatio , To their only African Nations Cup tittle in 1996. Barker was born in Durban, KwaZulu - Natal, he became a professional footballer in the 1960s, playing for Durban City and Durban United. Having made his debut at the age of 17, he had a trial with Leicester City, but a serious knee injury quickly ended his career as a player. ' The Dog' as he is nicknamed, became a coach in the 1970s, coaching
Sources:https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/kwazulu& TimesLive The protests aimed at shutting down foreign-owned shops in Durban continued today (Tuesday). An organisation known as the MK Vets is not only demanding the removal of foreign shops, it also wants foreign nationals sent away from South Africa. Independent Media (IOL) reported the continuation of clashes between police and protestors in Durban City. These scenes were similar to the ones witnessed on Monday when protestors took their frustrations
Coronavirus death toll is expected to rise in the next coming months. The Municipality of eThekwini is has confirmed the shortage of burial space and coronavirus death toll keep on rising in the area. The National Funeral Practitioner's Association of South Africa (Nafupa) said " The City of Durban has dragged their heels in buying new land for cemeteries". They further said "Sites were identified four years ago. One of which has enough space to provide graves for hundred of years". "Nine are in operation,