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The dog whisperer

Lindelani Dlamini overcame a fear of dogs to pursue his dream of working with animals. This incredible journey of self-discovery has developed into a calling and earned him the status of dog-whisperer. He shares his story of success with Bronwyn Forbes Hardinge.
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On a mission to paint

Just say the name Giffy, and locals familiar with this public mural artist will steer you in the direction of his handiwork that is splashed across the walls of Durban and the Upper Highway for a single purpose – to create awareness within communities of the beauty of nature through art.
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Christine Ndlovu – Director of Operations at Hilton Durban – leads the way

Christine Ndlovu says the hospitality industry has been in her blood ever since she began waitressing after completing her matric.
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The iDUC project

The iDUC project is based on the touching story of Santi Britz who, by the grace of God, used her pain from a rape trauma to touch the lives of many.
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Bathabile Mpofu: How to Hustle Like a Scientist

When you see life as a laboratory nothing you experience along the way is a wasted experiment.
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Aim to thrive… not just survive

Marketing Guru, Kerry Kyd, shares her innovative approach to helping SMME’s grow in a recession period.
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Look out, here comes the food truck

The fast-paced culture of a mobile kitchen offering restaurant style food-to-go in any location remote or not has become a kind of foodie revolution in Durban. We went along to discover what the food truck fuss is all about.
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Meet the lady behind Cupcakes of HOPE – Sandy Cipriano

After witnessing first-hand the affects of cancer and the loss of young life as a result, Sandy Cipriano decided to use her love of baking cupcakes to raise money for families whose children are going through cancer treatment.
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South African Student accepted into Princeton University

18 year-old golfer, Guy Waterhouse, the Hilton College 2016 Head of School, has been accepted to study at the prestigious Princeton University – a leading member of the Ivy League.
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Get It Durban 25 September 2017

50 shades of Spring
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The Midlands Kitchen

Motorists driving the long slog of the N3 highway will soon have an exciting new stopping point that’s promising to deliver a taste sensation.

 

Durbs: can you handle all the heroes?

The Color Run is back! In 2017, it’s bringing The Superhero Tour to Durban’s shores. Strap on your capes – it’s gonna get colourful.

 

October Spoil

Time for a classic, and oh-so-beautiful, timepiece.

 

Sense by Hollandia

A sense of wonder for the bedroom.

 

Ashwin Singh’s drama ‘To House’ returns to The Playhouse

The Singh Siblings in association with The Playhouse Company present a new production of award-winning playwright Ashwin Singh’s To House. First staged at The Playhouse in 2006, it runs in the Drama Theatre from 5 to 7 October 2017. One of Durban’s best known international theatre pieces, it remains as relevant now as it was a decade ago, with South Africa’s continuing racial divisions and increasing class conflicts.

 

Top tips on how to prepare sirloin

Food Lovers Hillcrest owner, Gilbert Rocha together with butcher and chef, Gancho Petrov, have you covered for national Braai Day and Heritage Month with these expert tips on how to prepare their favourite cut of meat, aged sirloin.

 

Quarters Breakfast Giveaway

A full Breakfast for 4 people to the value of R700.00 to be enjoyed at the Quarters Café, Quarters Hotel Florida Road.

 

September Spoil

“I have too much stationery” – said no one ever.

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