Making a Difference

TB Ambassador Prince Nhlanganiso Zulu, soccer legend Jome Sono and actor Sella Maake kaNcube spoke yesterday at the launch of the Ubuntu initiative: Men Taking Responsibility, at Durban’s City Hall. The initiative, a project of the national health department, KZN health department and other government departments as well as the South African National Aids Council,… Read More

Isilo Sikhuthaze Ukongiwa Kwamanzi

Silo sincome uMnyango Wezobuciko Namasiko kanye nabeZemvelo Wildlife ngokudlondlobala koMkhosi Wamaganu obanjelwa esigodlweni saseMachobeni, eNgwavuma. Lo mkhosi ohanjelwa ubukhosi bakwaNgwane, amakhosi akulesi sifundazwe kanye nabaliqhamukisa ngisho eZambia ungowokubungaza amaganu kanjalo nokuthakasela imvelo. UNhlolanja yisikhathi lapho amaganu ethela khona endaweni yaseMkhanyakude, okuyilapho ande khona kakhulu. Ngaphambi kokuqalwa kokudliwa kwamaganu kuye kubikwe ukuthela kwawo ngalo mkhosi. Amakhosikazi… Read More

Nkunzana, KwaZulu-Natal: Water Project of King Goodwill Zwelithini, April 2012

The rural community of Nkunzana in northern KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, received 100 Hippo water rollers on 20 April 2012 at the launch of the Nkunzana Water Project. King Goodwill Zwelithini distributed the rollers and over 160 Ceramic Candle Filters (CCF) to Nkunzana community representatives at an event at His Majesty’s KWA-KHANGELA Palace. King Zwelithini… Read More

Zulu prince comes forward about having TB

Today is World Tuberculosis Day and Prince Nhlanganiso Zulu, the son of Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini, tells DRUM that contracting the disease in 2010 caught him by surprise. "I was very fit, I loved exercise and when I started losing weight I thought it was because I was getting fitter," he says. "I started coughing,… Read More

Water Facts

9% of South Africa’s rainfall goes into rivers and surface water 490mm – South Africa’s annual rainfall is half the world average 37% of water is lost in the current urban infrastructure 1663 – The year South Africa’s oldest dam was built 6000 litres – South Africa’s minimum free basic water allowance per month per… Read More

Top Ten Tips for Saving Water

When using a bath, fill up with just enough water to wash with – children can share bath water Re-cycle bath water to water grassed areas or to flush toilets. Wait until you have a full load of washing before using your washing machine. Repair leaks as soon as possible. Turn off the tap while… Read More