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Do the JumpStart Challenge  #JustStart

Join local sporting celebrities and Ballito’s FunTribe for the JumpStart Challenge at Holla Trails, Sugar Rush Park on Sunday, March 13. Walk, run or ride to help break the cycle of poverty and inequality among South Africa’s youth in an event powered by Mr Price Foundation.   The Foundation empowers young, unemployed South Africans through the JumpStart skills development programme.  FunTribe member Jenny Viljoen said, “Stay fit and have fun, while doing it for a worthy...

KZN Markets

Kwa-Zulu Natal has so many amazing markets to visit, and they are all coming back now after the craze that COVID brought over the past two years. Oh boy, am I excited! I have researched some of the markets around that I think everyone should, at least once, go see and support. Here in my lovely hometown of Ballito, we have a new market that has kicked off this year and an oldie finally coming...

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Candy Cane Lane Holiday Light Drive-Through – A First for Durban Admittedly, the usual festive cheer that takes hold of Durbanites and visitors around December, has been a bit wanting over the past two years, with the COVID-19 pandemic scuppering the holiday plans for many.   The team that brings you KwaZulu-Natal’s largest holiday light show got thinking about a complementary experience that would cater to the many that would not be able to enjoy...

House Ebony

Words by: Jordan Lotter Zimbali Estate on the North Coast is known for luxurious homes and tranquil living, and House Ebony is no exception. Creating the perfect home requires time, patience and a team of skilled professionals.   The building contractor, Leucor Enterprises, has been developing residential properties in KZN for the pats 18 years. The dynamic duo, co-Directors Shaun Lotter and Shaun Smith, pride themselves on building dream homes, on time and within budget....

Head North: It’s the Gem of KZN’s Coast

Words by: Collins Residential    Ballito has grown from being a chilled holiday town, to now being the place where individuals seek that live-work-play lifestyle. While still upholding that charming coastal feel, this node has transformed and grown over the last decade, where the population alone has gone from 12 000 to 30 000 residents. It has even been revealed that 10% of South Africans from central provinces find KZN’s North Coast the ideal retirement...