Kwazulu-Natal

KZN pastors participate in campaign to ‘build bridges’ after violence

By Jennifer Charlton Although stories dominating the headlines concerning KZN reflect political division, mayhem and murder, that is not the complete picture. In contrast, there are many wonderful stories of ordinary people reaching out to help each other and build bridges. Church leaders in the violence-stricken areas of Phoenix, Inanda, […]

Umvoti community learn ‘It’s KHULA to clean up!’

aQuellé, together with KwaSizabantu Mission and community members embarked on an innovative clean-up initiative in the Umvoti area in KwaZulu-Natal last Saturday.. About 500 people, including local councillors from Umvoti and Maphumulo participated in the exercise which formed part of an “It’s KHULA to share” campaign aimed at introducing a […]

KZN miracles – U-turn for Mooi River

 By Gerda-Marie, Dare To Love — originally published in Joy!News Dare to Love spent Saturday last week rebuilding and equipping the community of Mooi River. This town in KwaZulu-Natal was the epicentre of the chaos that left South Africans in shock three weeks ago. Several shops were looted, vandalised and some of […]

Anti-trafficking tips for parents

The United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons was marked last Friday (August 30) with the launch of a theme that victims of human trafficking at the centre of the campaign and highlights the importance of listening to and learning from survivors of human trafficking. According to a human […]

Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda to ask Ramaphosa to allow religious gatherings

Originally published in Independent Online Ethekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda will plead with President Cyril Ramaphosa this weekend to relax Covid-19 restrictions on religious gatherings, to enable a spiritual injection for “a highly stressed” South African society. Since the advent of the pandemic, which led to restrictions on economic activity, many […]