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From the ditch

2018-12-12 06:03

JACKS fun day was a cracker. Despite the wet, drizzly start to the day, a full field took to the greens.

School reunion this Friday

2018-12-12 06:03

FORMER pupils of Nyokana Secondary School will be celebrating their reunion on Friday, December 14.

Ombudsman of

2018-12-12 06:02

We invite readers to comment about the paper’s contents, and we shall correct errors as soon as possible. Please send comments to the editor at greytowngazette@gmail.com, or phone 033 413 2735. Errors...

Daisy Creek Festival

2018-12-12 06:02

THE Daisy Creek Festival, South Africa’s most multi-cultural event, will not be held on December 14 to 17 as previously advertised due to a major sponsor pulling out at the last minute and the...

Zuma visits Umvoti

2018-12-12 06:02

FORMER president Jacob Zuma paid a courtesy call to both the local Umvoti Municipal office as well as the Pietermaritzburg, Imbali home of the beloved Thobani “TM” Matthew Ndaba.

Deante in the spotlight again

2018-12-12 06:01

DEANTE Swart, well known in the modelling circles, from Greytown attending Wembley College Greytown can be seen in Mr Price advertising in stores internationally.

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2018-12-12 06:01

Brendon Govender: Children! WTF!.....I know the driver was driving fast to cut in line.

St Cathryn’s News

2018-12-12 06:01

IT was with sadness we learnt of the passing away of one of St Cathryn’s most ardent supporters and most loved golfers, Liekie Steyn, who was a member from 2003 and also Ladies Club Champion from 2004...

Hermannsburg Little Oaks’ oracle

2018-12-12 06:00

IF you research the history of the Christmas tree on the internet, you will find many different explanations, but they all share a common thread — the tree is seen as a sign of hope and new life.

Community called to stand as one

2018-12-05 06:02

ACTIONAID South Africa, a global movement of people working together to further human rights for all and defeat poverty, invites the community of Nhlalakahle township from ages 14 to 35, male and...

Report dog fighting

2018-12-05 06:02

ANIMAL abuse comes in many forms. One form of abuse which encapsulates both physical and emotional abuse is dog fighting.

From the ditch

2018-12-05 06:02

JACK Mason’s fun day on December 9 promises all the bells and whistles.

Hermannsburg happenings

2018-12-05 06:02

CONGRATULATIONS to Benjamin Rabe, Owethu Dlamini, and Anele Cele, who were confirmed in the Peter-Paul Church at Hermannsburg on Sunday.

 

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2018-12-12 06:03

Brendon Govender: Children! WTF!.....I know the driver was driving fast to cut in line.

Christmas comes early in Umvoti

2018-12-12 06:02

CHRISTMAS is a time where we should stop the hum-drum of our busy schedules and routine and give thanks to the Lord, from whom the most precious gift of Jesus Christ came in order for us to be as...

December church services in Greytown

2018-12-12 06:02

• N.G Kerk service — 8 am on December 25.

Greytown Junior School prize giving

2018-12-12 06:02

ON Friday, December 7, Greytown Junior School held their annual prize giving ceremony to commemorate and award the schools’ top achievers both in the classroom and on the sports field.

GAZETTE

2018-12-12 06:02

Phone 033 413 2735 Fax 033 413 1933 | 2010 | e-mail gazette@futuregtn.co.za.

Public warned not to carry large sums of cash

2018-12-12 06:01

MEMBERS of the public are cautioned not to carry large amounts of cash during this festive period.

10 biggest sporting moments for SA in 2018

2018-12-12 06:01

AS 2018 draws to a close, now is a good time to look back on the year and identify South Africa’s sporting highlights.

St. David’s doings

2018-12-12 06:00

ST. DAVID’S Diocesan School held its prize giving on November 29.

Wage hike for domestics ‘still too low’

2018-12-12 06:00

EMPLOYERS of domestic workers must pay them more after the Department of Labour increased the minimum wage last week.

Neighbour lays charges for racist Facebook post

2018-12-05 06:02

A GREYTOWN businessman who was allegedly racially abused on social media during his Diwali celebration won’t accept an apology from the alleged culprit, and has opened a criminal case against him.

Instilling the value of giving

2018-12-05 06:02

OUR 2019 Form 6 Wembley Ambassadors’ motto is “it is better to give than to receive”.

Party responsibly

2018-12-05 06:02

AS matriculants celebrate the end of a tough exam period there is much anticipation of the holidays and planned parties. Several big parties and festivals are planned across the country for matrics to...

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