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Channel 24 has reported that Beauty queens from around the world will gather in Kwa Zulu-Natal this year as the Mrs Universe pageant makes its way to the African continent for the first time. The coastal province has clinched the rights to host the 40th annual Mrs Universe pageant which will see 84 countries jetting in to take part in the World Final at People’s Park, Moses Mabhida Stadium on September 2nd 2017. In keeping with the theme, Empowering Women. Creating Change, the pageant recognises married woman between 25 and 45 who are doing amazing work to uplift their local communities. Besides getting the chance to show off what Durban has to offer, the pageant will also showcase local artists, dancers and entertainers to an international audience. And while contestants will be engaging ...
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In this video, Sean Tarry gives us a glimpse into the life of a horse trainer and Rob Dalton gives us the lowdown of Sun International's plans for this year's #DurbanJuly as well as the group's involvement in horse racing. For more information on horse training visit http://sunmet.co.za/blog/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-winning-race-horse/.
Michael Dlamini is a very busy property developer who has worked hard to achieve this kind of success. It’s hard to imagine now but the original home on this property was a dark, cramped, warren of rooms in a Spanish style. That was until Michael caught site of it. As CEO of a construction project management company who specialize in luxury developments, he had the vision to open it to these magnificent Dolphin Coast surrounds and all he could do with them. Upstairs in the pool house is an entertainer’s dream - a lounge, dining area and copper and zinc clad bar with a games area, lounge and gym downstairs. Interior designer Grant Webster created a one of a kind spiral stairwell at the heart of the structure. Clad in varying grains and stains of wood, with cork on surrounding walls to...
http://www.weforum.org/ 05.05.2011 The upcoming UN climate conference in Durban marks an opportunity for the South African presidency to demonstrate leadership in the multilateral negotiations, while shaping Africa's climate agenda. What does COP 17 represent in the international low-carbon architecture, and also on the continent's broader development agenda? The following dimensions will be addressed: - Vision of the South African presidency - Stakeholder roles and expectations - Africa's climate agenda Panelists: • Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon • James Cameron, Founder and Vice-Chairman, Climate Change Capital, United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Climate Change • Pat Davies, Chief Executive, Sasol, South Africa • Raila Amolo Odinga, Prime Minister of Kenya • Anand Shar...
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At the World Economic Forum on Africa 2017 held in Durban in the first week of May, top names and faces from the world of business and prominent leaders gathered under the same roof to discuss how the continent can grow and prosper. CNBC Africa joined the Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown on a tour of the Port of Durban, the continent's biggest and busiest port run by Transnet, the transport umbrella of South Africa.
A video of a Durban mom doing a reverse leopard crawl out of her baby’s nursery has become the latest internet sensation. Subscribe to TimesLIVE here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TimesLive