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Freedom Day

Yesterday was Freedom Day in South Africa. Freedom Day celebrates the first free and democratic elections that took place in South Africa. Almost 20 million South Africans voted. On 27 April 2010 we celebrated 16 years of deepening democracy and freedom in South African and the achievements we have made as a nation: 1 – … Continue reading

Blog posts I've enjoyed this week

I enjoy surfing the net reading all kinds of blogs. I can get totally lost in internet land. There’s just so much information out there. I though I’d share some of my favourite blog posts from the last week or so with you. 1 – Beautiful photos from National Geographic including the one below. 2 … Continue reading

Blog posts I’ve enjoyed this week

I enjoy surfing the net reading all kinds of blogs. I can get totally lost in internet land. There’s just so much information out there. I though I’d share some of my favourite blog posts from the last week or so with you. 1 – Beautiful photos from National Geographic including the one below. 2 … Continue reading

What's on in Durban and surrounds for the next few days (23-28 April)

Music and dance events: 1 – Rocking it Gently is on at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Ave off Bartle Rd. The show features John Ellis, Shelley Mclean, Lloyd De Gier and Marion Loudon. Tickets are R100 and can be booked at Computicket. 2 – Rock Brittania is on until the 1st of May at … Continue reading

What’s on in Durban and surrounds for the next few days (23-28 April)

Music and dance events: 1 – Rocking it Gently is on at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Ave off Bartle Rd. The show features John Ellis, Shelley Mclean, Lloyd De Gier and Marion Loudon. Tickets are R100 and can be booked at Computicket. 2 – Rock Brittania is on until the 1st of May at … Continue reading

Earthquakes in South Africa?

I like the fact that I live in South africa, no volcanoes, no tornadoes and snow storms and no earthquakes, or so I thought. I’ve just read this article on iol. Apparently there was a earthquake that measured 2.8 on the Richter scale in Johannesburg last night. Oh my word. AND, South Africa experienced an … Continue reading

Toady is Earth Day

Today is Earth Day which is held annually on the 22nd of April to promote awareness of and appreciation for Earth’s environmental issues. Earth Day is a global movement to highlight and address environmental issues such as: 1 – the greenhouse effect and global warming; 2 – destructive energy sources versus sustainable alternate energy sources; … Continue reading