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Kenneth Gardens youth meet at DUT

We had a workshop on Saturday 23 August with 12 people. After discussing our ideas and goals we decided to have a website creation session. We then had huge lunch!

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Refuse cleanup in Kenneth Gardens

      On May 29 2014 Berea Mail reported that refuse collection faltered yet again at Kenneth Gardens. These photos, taken around the same time, shows rubbish that attracts flies and rats piled high. Several residents commented on this as a serious health hazard and on the foul smells emanating from the sites. The same article quoted eThekwini head of communications,  Full Article…

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Substance abuse and crime in Kenneth Gardens by Mike Chili

It’s a Tuesday afternoon on the 15th of October 2013 the interviewer is having a discussion with a very concerned community member of Kenneth Gardens complex in Umbilo. Mike moved into Kenneth Gardens in 2001. When he first came here he loved the placed and was pleased that he has his own place which is  Full Article…

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Living in Kenneth Gardens by Les Moodley

Les Moodley is a retired citizen who has lived in Kenneth Gardens for 19 years. He moved in to Kenneth Gardens complex in 1994 after South Africa got its first democratic president, which opened doors for a lot of other races to be given residences in Kenneth Gardens. Mr Les Moodley stayed in Merebank before  Full Article…

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Service Delivery in Kenneth Gardens according to Vusi Shabangu

Lapha sikhuluma noMnumzane uVusi Shabangu owazalwa ngonyaka ka 1962-03-02. Wazalelwa endaweni yase Swaziland, ehlala nabazali bakhe kanye nezingane zakubo nezakhe.Waqala ukuhlala eKenneth Gardens ngoyaka kwa 2007. Isizathu sokuthutha kwakhe ezohlala kulendawo walimala engozini yemoto, walimala unyawo nohlangothi waba nenkinga yokuhamba.Kwakumele athuthele endaweni ezoba seduzane nesibheledlela nezitolo kanye nendawo yamabhange ibe seduze kwakhe ngenxa yokuthi ubengasakwaz  Full Article…

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DUT Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Students Donate Sport Equipment And Stationery To Kenneth Gardens Community

  Students from the Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Department at the Durban University of Technology recently donated stationery, sport equipment and toiletries to various communities in Durban. Postgraduate student supervisor in the Department, Professor Carin Napier, said the Department was passionate about giving and making a difference in ne edy communities without expecting anything in  Full Article…

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