October 24, 2016

Query about Chief Goba

I am researching the history of the silent film in South Africa and am very keen to obtain information about an actor known only as Goba.  Between 1916 and 1917 he acted in four films for African Film Productions, but until recently nothing else was known about him.  However, one or two sources suggested that […]

July 26, 2016

Education about snakes in Inanda

Nick Evans, of KZN Amphibian & Reptile Conservation, is starting up an initiative to educate the people in the Inanda area about snakes, joined by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. Humans have always feared snakes, and conflict happens regularly. Nick is trying to change people’s perceptions of snakes, and trying to explain how humans and snakes can co-exist, […]

July 4, 2016

Welcome to Inanda

Welcome to Inanda where men and women work hard day in day out to provide for their families that despite the unfavourable conditions they continue to go about their ways to better their lives and make ends meet. They seek for opportunities every day to make any income from nothing to something This is a […]

January 3, 2016

Thulasizwe Goba – women of Inanda

Mr Thulasizwe Goba was born in 1928 at Sophiatown and his parents were born in Inanda. His parents had lived in Johannesburg because they worked in the mines. He received his primary education in Johannesburg and the family came back in 1936. He completed his primary education at Inanda Day School and then went to […]

April 22, 2015

Urban Trail – Bird of the Year

One of the aims of the Woza eNanda Urban Trail project is to draw the community’s attention to the environment and learn about local plants and animals. On the 9th April 2015 Sanele Mvuyane from Durban Green Corridor visited the eNanda Ohlange Library to give out a poster of Bird of the Year 2015 (Blue […]

April 20, 2015

Take A Step Foundation (Inanda Newtown)

A Step Foundation is a NPO based at Inanda Newtown founded by myself (Sazi Mntungwa) in May 2014 to break the cycle of poverty and promote academic practice to children and youth at a very young age as they are the  hope for future generations. Most of these children are between the ages of 5 […]

March 11, 2015

Woza eNanda Urban Trail clean-up 15 November 2014

In preparation for the stakeholder walk of the Woza eNanda Urban Trail, a clean-up campaign was organized on 15 November 2014. Durban Green Corridor (DGC) partnered with Arise & Shine and Junior Classic F.C. Half of the total area of the trail section between Ohlange and Phoenix Settlement were covered by this community-driven effort at […]