Annual Reading Competitions such as storytelling, Spelling Bee, Quiz
Career Guidance Expos
Seminars, Debates and awareness programmes
Celebrations for international and national days of importance (International library week, South African library week, World read aloud, World book day, World mother tongue Africa Month, National storytelling festival etc.)
Economic development programmes
Youth empowerment programmes
Women empowerment programmes
Read for Rewards
- How to borrow a book
Patron needs to have a library card
Patron can borrow a maximum of 10 books for a period of 14 days or two weeks and she/he can renew those books for further two weeks
- How to get a membership card?
Patron needs to visit the nearest library and request a membership form
A form needs to be completed by the applicant, in case of a junior/children’s parent or guardian must complete the form on his/her behalf.
The following documents need to be attached on the form for verifications by library staff
- Copy of ID
- Proof of address (Metro bill or a letter from local Councilor)
Swimming pools offer a means of social interaction and have the ability to bring diverse groups of people together. The primary aim for the Municipality’s swimming pools is to provide and maintain a safe aquatic environment for recreational and competitive activities.
Also, it aims to ensure that all citizens are water safe” with a Mission that 3.5 million citizens of eThekwini Municipality have the ability to utilize all Aquatic facilities and open water areas with the confidence of being water safe.
The City’s pools are divided into four (4) categories namely:
GRADE A: Olympic Standard, Electronic Systems, Heated and Indoor Competition.
It meets FINA (International standards)
GRADE B:Olympic Size 50 metre pool Competitive/Recreational
GRADE C: Non-Olympic size 25 x 25 m standard recreational pool