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Mike V: KZN woman held in an international government lockdown facility

Demi Brodie is from KZN, but has been teaching in Shanghai for the last few years. During one of the most intense lockdowns in history, Demi tested positive for COVID-19 and she was forced into a state run lockdown facility. Demi recounts this traumatic experience, and makes an impassioned plea to all of us in KZN.

Danny's plea to help Shakirah Hajji, 10, who lost her entire family during the #KZNFloods

The #KZNFloods have absolutely devastated KwaZulu-Natal.

The rains in KZN on Monday 11 April 2022 was the heaviest in 62 years and destroyed homes, businesses, livelihoods, and most regrettably - families! We've read unfathomable stories of families that have lost babies, children, and entire families.

By Saturday 16 April 2022, the death toll was reportedly over 400 people already.

When Danny was sent the story of 10-year-old Shakirah Hajji on BackaBuddy, he was absolutely shattered.

Image credit: Jason Norris/Supplied
Read more: Danny Guselli's plea to help Shakirah Hajji, 10, who lost her entire family during the #KZNFloods

Sappi work with government to give back to communities

Making good on our commitment to support Quality Education, today Sappi donated items to 300 schools in Mpumalanga.

His Excellency Mr. David Mabuza, the Deputy President of South Africa, was in attendance today at the Sappi Ngodwana Mill, to accept a donation of 10,000 boxes of Typek paper, 20,000 masks, and 10,000 litres of sanitiser on behalf of the schools.

Chief Executive Officer of Sappi Southern Africa, Mr Alex Thiel has more with WR Van Der Merwe on Business Watch.
Address by Deputy President David Mabuza at the official hand over of community support essential materials towards curbing the spread of COVID-19 in schools, Ngodwana Mill, Mpumalanga

Last chance to experience Gateway's World Of Illusions

Gateway’s wildly popular World of Illusions is making one final splash, with cheerful tropical prints and the most inviting sparkling pool scene you’ve ever seen! It’s the final production of this interactive attraction and it’s not to be missed! If you haven’t already seen the previous installations, now is the time to put reality on pause and boggle your mind with a visit to the World of Illusions Summer Edition.

This immersive, picture-perfect attraction has added wonder and mystery to countless social media profiles. Everyone’s invited to make the most of its summer send-off.

All six of the illusions have been completely redone, although the optical trickery remains the same.

1. Underwater Room

Summer’s profile popping blockbuster will have you chilling underwater in a pool dappled with dancing light that looks straight out of one of those old chlorine ads. Take a deep breath and get ready to shine like a subaqua star.

2. Infinity room

With bright colourful lights and infinite reflections, this is summer selfie overload.

3. Ames Room

Careful where you choose to stand in this candy-coloured scene. Big becomes small and small towers over the vertically challenged.

4. Bottomless pit

Energy roars in this vortex where one step over the edge could have you whisked away.

5. Upside down room

Embracing Umhlanga’s summer, the living room has taken on a whimsical tropical air. And, oh yes, you walk on the ceiling. It’s not us, it’s you.

6. Beuchet chair

Created by Jesse Beuchet in 1963, this illusion is an example of confounded ambiguity. You need to see that pink chair for the illusion to be revealed.

Know before you go:
Date: 18 January until the end of March (TBC)
Tickets: Free
Opening times: Gateway trading hours
Where: Upstairs near Food Republic on the Cinema Level.
Bring: Your smartphone, friends and an abundance of curiosity.
World of Illusions is a Covid compliant activation that can be fully enjoyed without compromising your health.

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