Holy Smokes and the Godforsaken Rollers at S43

The Holy Smokes and the Godforsaken Rollers pulled out all the stops last night at S43 for Valentines Day. An American duo that calls their style Voodoograss.
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Communicating with the Deaf

Norma Millar is a 44-year-old mother of three beautiful children. She is also what is known in the Deaf community as a CODA, Child of a Deaf Adult – both her parents are profoundly Deaf.
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Dying to live

Tina Beckbessinger may be only 35, but she’s already experienced multiple organ failure and stared death in the face. Today, five years after undergoing a heart and double-lung transplant, she is the sole surviving transplant recipient of this kind in South Africa. She shares her journey from the fear of mortality to the life-saving gift that has allowed her to lead a normal life, to have dreams and to finally be able to achieve them.
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Swimmin with Matthew Meyers

Matthew Meyers first learned water safety when he was 2 years old. He is now an 18 year old 1St year The IIE Bachelor of Accounting Degree student at Varsity College Durban North. He wants to qualify as a registered Chartered Accountant. “I hope to use the knowledge gained from my studies to one day propel me through the business world”, says Matthew. This year Matthew’s biggest goal is to qualify for the FINA World Swimming Championships which will be held in Budapest, Hungary in July.
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Durban boys bring social issues to life on film

Greg Lomas and Colwyn Thomas are childhood friends who share a passion for film and cinematic storytelling. They are self-taught film producers with a penchant for addressing current social and cultural issues. Their success is evident in their latest documentary To skin a Cat which has been shortlisted for the South African Film and Television Awards.
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The Open Air Salsa at Suncoast Casino

Open Air Salsa took place on Saturday 21st January 2017 at the Suncoast Casino Amphitheatre.
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David Gouldie, the man with all the moves

He’s flamboyant, creative, with a flair for theatrics. Durban’s very own professional choreographer and dancer, David Gouldie shares some details of an exciting show in the works for January 2017 called Overexposed.
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The call of the pipes

It has nine notes and one volume – loud! The great Highland bagpipe can take years to master, and is known as one of the most difficult instruments to play. Pinetown’s Colleen Scott, shares with us her tales of travelling the world with her pipes, making music as she goes.
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A poet of revelations

Unlike many gifted mainstream psychics who seek out the stage or an entertainment venue, Sharron Row does not look for fame or fortune, and she doesn’t allow herself to be defined by her ability. She’s a psychic counsellor to friends and family, and to the rest of the community she’s an intuitive artist, medium, shaman, healer and an esoteric artist trying to help change lives.
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The Learn Project: Educating a rainbow nation

Roslynne Toerien, a qualified teacher, passionate about education and making a difference to the futures of those less fortunate, shares her journey and vision to change the lives of children and teachers, through The LEARN Project, a charitable organisation she founded in 2011.
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Durban Get It Magazine – February 2017

Tina Beckbessinger loves life
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Win a Jenny Gifford-designed Wonderbag

It’s the month of love and we’re turning up the heat (but turning down the electricity bill) by giving away a Jenni Gifford-designed Wonderbag laden with semi-precious stones and lined with velvet to one lucky reader.


Fancy winning a weekend away at Pumula Beach Hotel

Tickle your tastebuds and dine at one of the fabulous restaurants at Lillies Quarter, Hillcrest, and a fun family weekend for four could be yours. See the leaflet above for all the details. The competition closes on 28 February 2017.


Win with GLAD

GLAD Zip Seal Freezer Bags are super useful outdoors around the house, Here are just a few of the ways in which you moms can use them.


February Spoil

We simply can’t get enough of this versatile range of jewellery that allows those bold enough to make a statement, the ultimate opportunity to express their emotions through fashion.


KZNPO World Symphony Series Summer Season 2017

The KZN Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates it’s upcoming Summer Season from 9 February, bringing you a wonderful collaboration featuring internationally accomplished artists.


November Spoil

It’s a jungle out there and we’re going wild!

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