AmaZulu FC

AmaZulu FC was formed in the early 1930s by Zulu migrant workers and were known as Zulu Royal Conquerors. After performing well in their games, the team was introduced to King Solomon ka Dinizulu in 1932 who changed the name to Zulu Royals. The King also gave the team the right to use the Shield … Read more

Durban Living Legend – Themba Robert ‘Tizzah’ Thwala

Themba Robert ‘Tizzah’ Thwala was born in 1949 in Germiston, grew up in Lamontville, Durban. Before he moved to Durban, he played for Kaizer Eleven which was the first squad that led to the formation of Kaizer Chiefs. At school Thwala was the captain of the Lamontville School team. He later played for Golden Arrows … Read more

Durban Living Legend – Dr Balkrishna Morarjee

Balkrishna Morarjee was born 1 August 1948. He is an activist for the oppressed, marginalized and people with disabilities, all done through his personal purse and volunteering. He assists NGOs for the blind – provincially and nationally – in setting up the infrastructure and associations for sound table tennis. Always volunteering to encourage disadvantage people … Read more

Durban Living Legend – Clive William Barker

Clive William Barker nicknamed “The Dog” was born on the 23rd June 1944 in Durban. He has been hailed as the most successful coach in the South African National soccer team Bafana Bafana’s history. Clive Barker’s ceaseless optimism and superb motivational ability can be credited for bringing the beleaguered national soccer squad to victory in … Read more

Durban Living Legend – Bhekizizwe William ‘Willie’ Mtolo

Durban Living Legend-Bhekizizwe William ‘Willie’ Mtolo William Bhekizizwe ‘Willie’ Mtolo was born in 1965 in Kilmon, and grew up in Hillcrest. Mtolo is the South African running legend, a former New York Marathon winner and two time runner-up of the Comrades Marathon. He has participated in more than 23 marathons in South Africa and around the world. … Read more