Firework activities deemed to be in breach of the peace regulations over Diwali and Guy Fawkes will be dealt with, authorities have warned.
KZN fishermen want the piers which were closed ahead the 2010 World Cup reopened after three fishermen drowned off Virginia Beach pier.
Despite losing a R970 million lawsuit in the US, Johnson and Johnson appears to have no plans to remove talcum powder products from local shelves.
Drug lords are working on designer drugs and holiday "specials" aimed at the thousands of young people who attend matric rage parties.
The SABC has denied that Hlaudi Motsoeneng "took a swipe" at Lotus FM and threatened to change the name of the radio station.
A KZN boy's eavesdropping led to police cracking the kidnapping of a 14-month-old Soweto baby earlier this week.
Two KZN adventurers, retracing the footsteps of John Ross's 1827 journey to collect medicines, were temporarily arrested ...
"We're ready to make Durban the comedy capital of the country."
An "unscrupulous" syndicate may be operating in Durban and Pietermaritzburg, preying on the elderly and conning them of valuable items.
Janet Scott's battered body was discovered by neighbours who called PI Brad Nathanson to the "horrific" scene.
A desperate burglar tried to bite the ring off a woman's finger.
The South coast has a mystery crocodile and although Ezemvelo are keen to move the animal, canoeists seem happy to share the river with it.
"It is premature and potentially dangerous to make claims of a cure from one patient in a trial, especially since this patient ...
Two veteran surfers have adapted the famous "Durban poison" brand from something illegal to a local craft beer.
A six-year-old calmly told his dad, while watching water polo, that an armed robbery was taking place a few metres behind them.