Peace NOT War

Enough is enough as we all seek to end violence!

Together with the below sponsors we are creating awareness, together we can end violence!  

Golf mug winners: Thea Kruger (Ladies C Division), Lorein de Wit (Ladies B Division), Dr Sifiso Kunene (Men's A Division) and Dan Scholtz (Men's B Division).

Mark’s Tyres


Helping out at the Round Table Winter's Knight League are Johanie Folscher, Melissa Talanda, Kirst Greenhough with little helpers, Skyler Davies, Harper, Olivia, Isla and Taylor.

Riga Bros Sport 


Armand Slabbert of Molls looks on as the Paki Lions opening pair got off to a good start.

Masons Service Centre 


Nambiti Furnishers




Rita Meyer, Ladies Handicap Singles winner, with Ian de Jager who was the winner in the men's section.

Sardiwalla Optometrist


Bawa’s Furnishers


Sarel's netball girls playing their hearts out in a tough encounter against Vryheid High School.

Ezakheni Plaza


Minority Front


Ladysmith Gazette


Dr S Kassim


Hopewell Furnishers



In a matter of days, close to 16 people died as the taxi war in and around Ladysmith flared up last month.
The most frightening factor in the taxi violence was the high number of innocent people killed.
Many of the dead were teachers, a scare resource desperately needed at the schools they served.
In the wake of the October mass shooting, residents have appealed to all parties to end the senseless killing.
But taxi violence is far from being the only culprit in the spiral of violence that has gripped the town.
#BlackMonday was a campaign by local farmers to highlight the plight they face. Isolated, alone and far from help, they live in constant fear of farm attacks.

Below stats found from:

Crime Stats Ladysmith 2008 till 2017

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