Mgeni water system still 'under stress'
Bail was opposed for the Durban teacher accused of sending nude photographs of himself to a pupil at his school in Sydenham.
A sleeping man was killed instantly when the wall of his home collapsed on him.
Disaster teams monitoring low-lying areas and informal settlements
The Sharks Board anticipates a four-day shutdown of a number of beaches along the KZN coast.
Neighbours fume over naked girls prancing around 'taking selfies'
Licence queues around the bend
A large group of KZN-based musicians and singers have gathered to condemn a decision that could see the falling away of the 90% local content rule.
New Durban city manager, Sipho Nzuza received a warm welcome at the eThekwini Municipality Executive Committee meeting at the City Hall.
SABC CEO James Aguma wants the Broadcasting Act changed so that more people need a SABC TV licence for computers, cellphones and tablets.
A Phoenix family is demanding answers from the Department of Health, saying their son died after being denied life-saving treatment at a local clinic.
Process still in tendering stages
The quota was the brainchild of former SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng
MEC: 'They own mansions in townships and rural areas, while they do not pay for water and electricity'
Desperate victims have turned to Police Minister Fikile Mbalula for help after being robbed of their expensive wigs by drug addicts.
Good Hope FM, Metro FM, and Five FM, as well as its television station, SABC3 down