Durban is currently celebrating Diwali (festival of lights) and the 150th anniversary of the first Indians brought to South Africa.
These people were brought here a cheap labour to work in the sugar cane fields, and over the years have become a significant community in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Mahatma Gandhi had a significant impact on the recent history of South Africa, before he returned to India.
I don't know if this is a new road in the new development, or a re-named road in the re-developed area, all I know is that this part of the point has been significantly upgraded over the past few years.
Who would have thought that being an SAP HR Functional consulting and ABAPer could be so interesting and challenging? Each day brings new opportunities to stretch the brain a little more.
The inspiration for this blog came from Kerry-Anne and Paul, who run the Cape Town Daily Photo Blog. I was so inspired by their enthusiasm and wonderful sense of adventure, I felt I just had to start one for my home town.
South Africans are really amazing people. They're innovative and smart, with an ability to look at problems from a different angle, enabling them to provide a simple solutions to all manner of problems.