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Tenant’s bill is property owner’s liability


eThekwini municipality joined some of the other municipalities in introducing a change to its credit control and debt collection policy as of July 1. The new policy makes owners directly responsible for municipal accounts for electricity and water services. Tenants are no longer allowed to maintain an account in their names. Owners of properties now have a consolidated account in ... Read More »

The Significance of Diwali


Since time immemorial, our Hindu Shaastras (Scriptures) have been extolling the virtues of Bhagwan Sri Ramachandra who, in the Holy Ramayana, is referred to as “Mariyaada Purushottama” which means an ideal son, a virtuous ruler, a noble husband and a caring brother. It is also significant that Hindus have been celebrating the incarnation of Lord Rama’s life and times for ... Read More »


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Flying high at 13 000 feet over the Arabian desert is great, jumping out of an aeroplane at that altitude, free-falling for 57 seconds at a speed of 195km/h is a life changing experience and a must do for all thrill seekers both young and old. If you are the epitome of an introvert who’s most exciting activity is drinking tea, skydiving ... Read More »

Mahatma Gandhi Peace Walk (Pretoria)

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The Centurion Hindu Society successfully hosted Pretoria’s very first Mahatma Gandhi Peace Walk on Sunday at the Centurion Rugby Club, Lyttelton. The inclement weather did not deter just over 200 participants arriving at the start-line, ranging from babes-in-prams to senior citizens. Exciting items of entertainment were rendered at the entertainment arena and a mini flea-market (with jumping castle and face-painting ... Read More »

Eastern Food Bazaar in Cape Town


There are a couple of things about street food that makes it irresistible. The authenticity, the open air and the fact that you can get your hands dirty. Communal diners smile conspirationally at each other, sharing that greatest pleasure of all with abandon: good food. The Eastern Food Bazaar finally gives Cape Town that experience. Here people from all walks of life ... Read More »

How to curl your hair?


The secret to this look lies in the technique, but also the haircut. Beachy waves work best on medium-length to long hair that has long layers cut into it. Here’s How: 1. Wash hair, towel-dry and comb hair out.   2. Prepping hair to hold the curl is very important. If your hair doesn’t hold a curl well, don’t skip ... Read More »

Top 5 causes of darkened armpits


Top 5 Causes of Darkened Armpits Shirley Pillay Is Puzzled By Her Pits: What causes darkened armpits and what can we do to get rid of them? They’re so embarrassing! It’s not surprising that so many people have this problem – there are at least FIVE different reasons your pits could be darker than they should be.   Cause #1: ... Read More »

Laughing gas- new party drug


Actress Demi Moore’s trip to the emergency room was spurred by symptoms of a seizure triggered by inhaling the drug nitrous oxide, more commonly known as laughing gas or whippits. The drug is used legally as an anesthetic and to reduce patients’ anxiety at the dentist’s office, but it is also sold in small cartridges that are intended for use in ... Read More »

Easy diets for vegans


Vegetarian diets include a variety of types, such as ovo-lacto, which excludes meat, poultry and seafood but includes dairy and eggs, and the strict but healthy vegan diet, which excludes eggs and dairy. There are also vegetarian diets that are more strict, such as the raw vegan. Some vegetarian diets tend to be more complicated than others, but preparing food ... Read More »

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