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4 days ago
Durban attacks are 'becoming crazy'
Durban attacks are 'becoming crazy'
Crime & Courts

Four home invasions were reported in Westville within minutes - bringing the total number of robberies in the area since the start of the week to six.

4 days ago
Mourners urged to be alert to crematorium gangs
Mourners urged to be alert to crematorium gangs
Crime & Courts

A funeral director has warned mourners to be more vigilant at funerals and crematoriums as criminals see them as soft targets.

4 days ago
'You cannot make these comments and say sorry afterwards'
'You cannot make these comments and say sorry afterwards'
Crime & Courts

Religious groups wants the man accused of making racist comments about Diwali to do community service in Indian communities.

5 days ago
Jogger saves family from drowning
Jogger saves family from drowning
Kwazulu Natal

Five bathers including a child, who were caught in a rip current , were rescued by a jogger who was jogging near Granny's Pool.

5 days ago
Joint funeral for Ntuzuma crash victims
Joint funeral for Ntuzuma crash victims
Kwazulu Natal

Three of the four children killed in a horror taxi crash on the way to school last week are expected to be buried on Saturday at a joint funeral.

5 days ago
Madonsela makes renewed call for state capture inquiry
Madonsela makes renewed call for state capture inquiry
Politics

Former public protector Thuli Madonsela has again called for a commission of inquiry into her State of Capture report.

5 days ago
Shot in face, guard drives for help
Shot in face, guard drives for help
Crime & Courts

A security guard who was shot in the face after breaking up a fight in Durban managed to drive himself to a nearby hospital.

5 days ago
Mom of taxi driver in horror crash haunted by deaths
Mom of taxi driver in horror crash haunted by deaths
Crime & Courts

The mother of taxi driver involved in a crash that killed four pupils on their way to school is finding it difficult to face the victims’ families.

6 days ago
UKZN staff in hot water for 'raising concerns'
UKZN staff in hot water for 'raising concerns'
Kwazulu Natal

Five UKZN executives who accused the vice-chancellor of incompetency and racism could have disciplinary action taken against them.