The traditional bean race at Greyvile race track, where each potted beans represents a runner in the big Vodacom Durban July ...
he 1/72 scale tug was scratch-built from plans using balsa wood, plywood and fibreglass, and is the work of Montclair resident, Trevor Cole.
South Africa’s three biggest shipbuilders are up in arms over the “lack of transparency” in an R80 million plough tug tender.
Community has had enough.
More than 130 people were injured when two trains collided near Lamontville, south of Durban.
Legends of the entertainment industry gather to honour Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder.
Ten KwaZulu-Natal pupils jetted off to an international competition in Thailand.
Tsidiso Ndlovu, of Georgedale in Hammarsdale was arrested by the Hawks last week in connection with the murder of Constable Lungisani Mkhize.
The woman said to be the co-ordinator between alleged baby sellers and a couple who were “adopting” a 6-month-old baby chased from community.
Troubled suburb will soon be saturated with extra police and specialised units as the SAPS gets tough on lawbreakers.
Terrorists can be found across the religious and political spectrum yet traditional and social media continue to fuel Islamaphobia.
Refugees claim right to asylum, protection, accommodation.
A Greytown teen was sentenced to an effective 18 years in prison for two hijackings and two attempted murders that ruined the lives of his victims.
Rescue workers had to use an inflatable boat to bring a man to safety after he had fallen at a Reservoir Hills quarry.
Held for fraud, resisting arrest and assault by the Hawks in what is believed to be a “black dollar scam”.