Mayor of eThekwini, Cllr Zandile Gumede highlighted that the festival not only benefits Kwazulu-Natal communities but also the city’s economy at large.
The event definitely signified women empowerment and togetherness.
Today, the 33-year-old’s love and passion for singing has returned and earned her much success. In an interview with the former Durban resident, she shared her musical journey with journalists.
The talented Durbanite is having a great time with hundreds of locals, who are excited to see him perform live in Chatsworth.
Vishwashakti’s theatre production, ‘Mumbai Milkshake’ was an amazing Bollywood dance drama, with a selection of music from yesteryear and today.
This delicious dish is easy to prepare and is 100 percent vegetarian.
Salon Sue is a jolly tumble through a working day in a small hair salon, showcasing the extraordinary versatility of this much-loved actress.
Last year, the festival drew over 60,000 attendees from across the country, injecting over R230 million into the province’s GDP.
The multi-day summer music festival has established itself as a must-attend event attracting over 550, 000 attendees from around the world to New Orleans and generating about $200 million for that community.
Presented by the eThekwini Municipality as part of its successful Fashion Development Programme, the DFF is now in its sixth year of wowing designers, the media, fashion buyers and the public as it brings out the very best in local fashion with top class shows that allow locals to strut their stuff alongside the best in the world.
This recipe is courtesy of the Fry’s Family Foods group.