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The socio-economic impact of COVID-19 will of course be felt hardest by the vulnerable. Without the support of many individuals and the business community, this pandemic will make life extremely difficult and even unbearable for many.   Interestingly at the beginning of this year, long before lockdown was even a word, Seeff launched their Home2Home campaign – a unique social responsibility operation which provides an opportunity for homeowners/any individuals to donate their unwanted, but working...

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Break out the tinsel, squeeze back into your ABBAsolutely fABBAulous 70s apparel and book your end of year Christmas party with The ABBA Show coming to Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom’s Izulu Theatre from this Friday 13 December until Sunday 12 January 2020! Showtime Australia is bringing back their most popular production, The ABBA Show, after unprecedented interest in the worldwide phenomenon arose in early 2018. Durban is the second out of three stops in South Africa over this...

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South African Tourism (SA Tourism) acting CEO, Sthembiso Dlamini, has welcomed the news that international minors travelling to South Africa no longer require Unabridged Birth Certificates or consent letters when travelling with their parents. The announcement made by the Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi,  yesterday comes into effect immediately. All ports of entry, as well as the airline and maritime industries, have been informed following the signing of the waiver by Minister Motsoaledi on...