Tags » KZN

Foolishness in a time of drought

South Africa is going through the worst drought since such things have been recorded. Tens of thousands of livestock have died, crops and fields are dried up across the country, water restrictions are commonplace and there are threats around the possibility of water-shedding. 300 more words

News Matters


There are efforts in RSA where the government tries to correct imbalances as a result of the apartheid government. The idea is to give those who were previously disadvantaged a chance. 915 more words

Must Read

Terbodore Coffee Roasters

I am back in South  Africa and what a great day out with the family in the Kwa-Zulu Natal Midlands! The Midlands Meander is a route in KZN where many tourists and locals visit, meandering through the countryside that hosts a choice of wedding venues, hotels, pubs and restaurants. 232 more words

Why hello...

First post… what is this about?

I wanted a little space on the interwebs for my own, where I can rant, rave and generally let it all out. 172 more words


Small Towns, Monkeys and Nonagenarians

So this last week I’ve been back down in Durban, Kwazulu Natal, home to mum’s eldest sister, my gran and an assortment of cousins and their offspring. 2,328 more words

Contemporary Issues

From one kingdom to another

This year the Word Riders will bring the Word that tells of God’s glorious kingdom to the Zulu kingdom when we set-off on our trip across KwaZulu-Natal. 188 more words

Bible Society Of South Africa