A policewoman made a brief appearance in court charged with the murder of her alleged boyfriend who was also a cop.
A businessman's plan to hide his assets from creditors and his wife during their divorce has backfired.
To many, he looks dashing and regal. But some of King Zwelithini's subjects say this is a European, not a Zulu, king.
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A recent appeal case shows sexual abuse of a child is taken far more seriously than when the woman is 79, says Carmel Rickard.
Two of the three men charged with the murders of a Richmond couple and their son have indicated they intended to plead guilty.
Durban could face more than a decade of water shortages and restrictions, water and sanitation chief Neil Macleod warned.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu has announced two task teams to probe threats by an anti-Indian organisation.
The DA has accused the eThekwini Municipality of giving ANC-aligned Durban businessman Roy Moodley preferential treatment.
What a witness thought were shots being fired was actually the sound of Oscar Pistorius bashing down a door, the defence argued.
“Please take the blame for me.” It was January 21, 2013, just over three weeks before Oscar Pistorius gunned down Reeva Steenkamp.
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