North Coast Courier

    Looking into Salt Rock’s history books


    The beach village was born in the 1800s long before Ballito took shape in the...

    The beach village was born in the 1800s long before Ballito took shape in the 50s.

    South Africa’s first Motor Lifestyle Festival to be held at Cornubia


    This South African Mega show will comprise of over 100 elements including drifting, spin stunting, extreme bike acts, karting, a street food festival, live music, gaming tournaments, kids play zone and a host of motoring...

    This South African Mega show will comprise of over 100 elements including drifting, spin stunting, extreme bike acts, karting, a street food festival, live music, gaming tournaments, kids play zone and a host of motoring exhibits.

    Africa Day: Timbuktu’s Sankoré University was the largest in the world during the Renaissance


    During its Golden Age in the 15th and 16th centuries, contemporary to the Renaissance in Europe, Timbuktu was an unparalleled centre of Islamic learning and scholarship with 25 000...

    During its Golden Age in the 15th and 16th centuries, contemporary to the Renaissance in Europe, Timbuktu was an unparalleled centre of Islamic learning and scholarship with 25 000 students.

    Women unite through faith and hope at Linc’s Sisterhood evening


    Hundreds of women gathered at Linc church for the quarterly Sisterhood evening to hear the inspirational and purposeful message of guest speaker Jaci...

    Hundreds of women gathered at Linc church for the quarterly Sisterhood evening to hear the inspirational and purposeful message of guest speaker Jaci Mun-Gavin.

    Food for the soul as Ballito runner tackles Giant’s Cup trail run


    Ballito trail runner Karen Maiden said this was the first time she had taken part in the event and the weekend in the mountains proved to be food for the...

    Ballito trail runner Karen Maiden said this was the first time she had taken part in the event and the weekend in the mountains proved to be food for the soul.

    The Ilembe Entrepreneur competition is back!


    The competition is a platform for entrepreneurs to showcase their businesses and demonstrate their entrepreneurial...

    The competition is a platform for entrepreneurs to showcase their businesses and demonstrate their entrepreneurial talents.

    CBD compound found in dagga is legal to sell in South Africa for now


    The Department of Health announced this week that Cannabidiol (CBD), found in dagga, has been removed from South Africa's list of highly-controlled drugs and can be sold legally. Here’s what you need to...

    The Department of Health announced this week that Cannabidiol (CBD), found in dagga, has been removed from South Africa's list of highly-controlled drugs and can be sold legally. Here’s what you need to know.

    Eskom’s tariff increase to hit consumers hard


    The proposed electricity tariff hikes could have catastrophic consequences on service delivery in the...

    The proposed electricity tariff hikes could have catastrophic consequences on service delivery in the region.

    Infographic: What could R120 million do for South Africans?


    The Presidential Inauguration of Cyril Ramaphosa is taking place on 25 May at Loftus Verveld Stadium. Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma confirmed that the government would spend R120 million on the event, a substantial cut from former President Jacob...

    The Presidential Inauguration of Cyril Ramaphosa is taking place on 25 May at Loftus Verveld Stadium. Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma confirmed that the government would spend R120 million on the event, a substantial cut from former President Jacob Zuma’s R240 million inauguration cost in 2014. Here’s what R120 million could buy.