Agreement had been reached with students
Killer wants time to finance appeal bid
PMB man acquitted of charges of murder and assault
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Allegations of unauthorised, irregular or fruitless and wasteful expenditure by the KZN Treasury, running into millions of rand, are to be investigated by the Special Investigations Unit
MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development says he is not yet ready to release the findings of the forensic investigation into the affairs of his department
People arrested for burning down a church have been released in the hopes that it will ease tension in a northern KZN village
Man claims he acted in self-defence when he killed a 7-year-old Chatsworth boy because the child and his friends had transformed into tigers before his eyes
Staff at risk of violence
Monument commemorating the arrival of the Indian indentured labourers in 1860 is to be erected at the end of Bell Street in Durban and would face the Indian Ocean
Lawsuit for child’s brain damage
Case of man who allegedly strangled a FET college student, burnt and chopped up her body and buried her in a shallow grave, transferred to Pietermaritzburg Regional Court
Former bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing just over R3 million from a Durban construction company over three years
Imdaat Bhatti a Pakistani immigrant, was ambushed by four men shortly after returning home from evening prayers at a nearby mosque
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