Guest speaker Dudu Ndlovu addressed guests on the wonderful work done by the Thuthusela Rape and Trauma Centre at Port Shepstone Regional Hospital.
The Drift Expo last Saturday was nothing less than spectacular, despite the rain. Enthusiasts enjoyed all the sideways action of 35 highly trained drift drivers.
The bowling club had honorary members Felicity Howe and Josie Stonebridge, both well into their 90s, blow out the birthday candles.
The local team dominated affairs and have now gained promotion from the Level 2 Challenge League for next season.
The monthly car boot sale on the grounds at Halfway Ford in Port Shepstone was a great success last Saturday.
Many service delivery problems are plaguing the once upmarket suburb of Umtentweni. In a nutshell, residents are sick and tired of paying rates and seeing the pretty suburb they care about deteriorate at an alarming rate.
Road users are urged to seek an alternative route while the scene remains active.
They fixed the potholes in and around the village earlier today. Twenty-two people pitched up and, with borrowed tools, distributed four tons of aggregate in four hours. The community thanked Ray Nkonyeni Municipality’s road department for organising the mix. An additional four tons have been requested to complete the outstanding potholes.
The theme was Midnight Forest.
Singatha supports small business development through their incubatee programme for fledgling businesses who are assisted, mentored and trained in various fields of business. Ten graduates who have been in the Singatha programme for the past three years, graduated at a glittering ceremony held at Des Roches Hotel in Margate last Friday night. The incubatees have been given all the tools and expertise to run their own businesses independantly. Singatha has created more than 210 employment opportunities through this programme.
Rostrum members were left entertained and inspired to build, encourage and honour other women.