In case you missed it: Top stories of the week

Here are your top stories of the week!

WATCH: Durban welcomes the first direct flight to London

The first flight took off at 5am on Tuesday morning, attracting a large crowd of spectators and celebrations on the new partnership. Photo: Supplied.

Passengers travelling from Durban to London will now have the convenience of a direct route to their travel destination.

Read the full article HERE.


Beware: Ballito ‘holiday home’ scam nightmare

The silly season is upon us. Beware scam artists in Ballito.

Families planning the perfect Ballito holiday have been left disappointed and cheated of their hard-earned money after reportedly being conned in a holiday accommodation scam.

Read the full article HERE.


Plans in place to solve Salt Rock power outages

KwaDukuza municipality (KDM) has called in a team of experts to fix a fault that may have been causing months of electricity cuts in the Salt Rock, Sheffield and Fox Hill areas.

Read the full article HERE.


Newark fisherman’s family demands answers after body found in dam

Msimangi used to go fishing so that he could put food on the table.

A fisherman’s family are overcome with sorrow after he was reportedly murdered and thrown into a dam on a farm in Newark where he had been fishing illegally.

Read the full article HERE.


WATCH: British Airways pilots swap their boeings for surfboards with ‘Surfers Not Street Children’

Two British Airways pilots swapped their stripes for surfing gear recently as they joined the team from Surfers Not Street Children (SNSC) down at Durban’s golden beachfront, in celebration of their inaugural direct flight from King Shaka International Airport to London, Heathrow.

Read the full article HERE.


From battlefields to bodyguard – Meet Ballito’s Mr Monk, the mercenary

Aaron Green together with seventh Dan Taekwondo grandmaster Lenord Le Hanie created Havoc-O, a specially designed self-defense programme for South Africa teaching anyone from the age of 12 years to defend themselves and to understand the psychology of the attack.

Pain, blood, sweat and tears are the words tattooed on his back, his muscular shoulders and chest laced with tribal mercenary symbols of manhood.

Aaron Green has not chosen these tattoos to suite his intimidating build, the mercenary veteran has earned them in a life that played off like a war documentary.

Read the full article HERE.


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