The commuters sustained various injuries and were stabilised at the scene before being transported to various Durban hospitals for medical care as required.
Pupils were put through their paces in the field of dance, drama and poetry recital.
They are warning tender applicants to be careful when applying for tenders as many people are pretending to represent government departments.
The Netcare Education Faculty of Emergency and Critical Care (FECC), which is a training institute for paramedics, provided training dolls for CPR demonstrations and included some of the students who are busy with their paramedic training.
Other data that was scrutinised included economic impact studies from previous Rugby World Cup events, rugby tournaments and internationals held in South Africa as well as other large sports events hosted here in the past.
As part of Facebook’s ongoing efforts in understanding and positively contributing to the African internet eco-system, the team will be working with a number of organizations including local governments, policy makers and civil society to co-host selected events in both Zimbabwe and South Africa.
“Always make sure you know exactly what is happening around your vehicle so that you can see any danger coming before it is too late,” explained Ivan Govender.
Deputy mayor, Fawzia Peer, and international football icon, Delron Buckley, praised the local lads for bringing glory to KZN.
ER24’s Ineke van Huyssteen, said when paramedics arrived at the scene at about 1:30am, the man was found lying underneath the tree stump on the beach.
She is a teacher with more than twenty years of experience teaching English, writing, and public speaking in the United States and Saudi Arabia.
This month, the province has pulled out all the stops to celebrate the role of tourism and its impact through its Tourism Month campaign, ‘Do KZN’.