Survival rates for children with cancer are significantly lower in South Africa than in developed countries.
New research shows that Grade R has further widened the gap between children from impoverished and affluent schools.
An isolated home KZN’s Upper Highway area, suspected of being a drug den, has been raided by police and the Hawks.
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Alleged serial killer “axeman” Joseph Ntshongwana’s mom denied suggestions that she tried to avoid him being arrested.
An KZN businessman was assaulted, robbed and hijacked by five men - one wearing a metro police reflector jacket.
“The only way transformation in education could happen quickly was if Sadtu members occupied all top jobs.”
Teachers will be tested on their content knowledge so they can ask for training if needed, Minister Angie Motshekga said.
A strike in the metal and engineering sector is unlikely to end this week because of a so-called "peace clause".
In townships, an ostentatious youth subculture is about much more than expensive clothing, writes Rosie Spinks.
Despite the eThekwini municipality's attempts to get rid of whoonga addicts, most have found their way back to Durban.
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