Friday, February 29, 2008
February 29, 2008;
MEDIA RELEASE No: 2008 - 01 KZN WILDLIFE RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY AWARD For immediate release Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (EKZNW) recently received the 33rd International Award for Tourist, Hotel and Catering Industry Trophy at a gala event at the Melia Castilla Hotel in Madrid, Spain, coinciding with the annual FITUR International Tourism Fair. This prestigious award, jointly awarded by the Spanish publishing house "Editorial Ofice" and the Trade Leaders Club, recognises the most outstanding establishments in the hotel, tourism and catering industry internationally. It was received by EKZNW Executive Director for Commercial Operations Mr Gladman Buthelezi who represented the organisation at the gala event in Madrid. Other South African tourism or catering operations that were also recognised were Lidiko Lodge in St Lucia Village, Franki's Travel and Tours of Durban, and the Two Oceans Restaurant in Cape Town. AJG/ Media Release No: 2008 - 01 29 February 2008 Media: Pix available for media only For further information contact the Media Manager on 033 845 1235; email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 033 845 1299.
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Saturday, February 16, 2008
At the time they where attended to by the ambulance services they where critical but still alive. We pray for these people and their families during this time.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Calls are made for revenge. Grass root feeling is that this murder is politically motivated. The said calls are made for revenge on two from the opposition members should be dead by the time the funeral is held.
People from as far as Durban and Gauteng are sweeping up the normal peace full community of Khula Village. Khula Village leaders are holding meetings to try and stabilize a volatile situation from exploding into a massacre.
As we have seen on T.V, it is almost un believable that responsible adults race to such a tratigy and exploiting the volatile situation.
Counselor Zungu was much loved by his community irrespective of their political standing and believes. He never left a stone unturned to attend to his community’s needs and grievances.
To achieve this he had to work closely with various political figures including the traditional leaders of the area and the various regional municipalities.
Khula, although neighbors to The Isimagaliso Wetlands Park, had a great set back economically te 1999 early 2000 when Minister Vali Moosa closed beach vehicle access to the beaches of St. Lucia and The Wetlands area.
Khula where rapidly growing their home based economy that flourished on the tourist from Gauteng and Mapumalanga that came to visit our beaches and relax in the sun. The Tembe tribe from Sodwana had Sodwana excluded from this ban and today this is a growth point in a normal stagnant and very poor region.
Friday, February 01, 2008