Chatsworth Kiru Naidoo
An exciting new project, ‘Mapping Chatsworth’ aims to showcase the townships rich South African Indian history reveals author and historian Kiru Naidoo.

Chatsworth History Mapped In Exciting New Project

SABC NEWS: A group of history buffs are undertaking a project that will profile the life and times of South Africa’s most popular multiracial township of Chatsworth, south of Durban. The project, called “Mapping Chatsworth”, will profile the suburb by telling the stories of the streets, people and popular places.

Author and historian Kiru Naidoo says the project will the look at the history of the town from the days of the “group areas act” to the multi-racial community it is today.

While in other news, convicted Chatsworth fraudster is out on bail has been operating his scams again in the Durban area. Read more here

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