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24 June 2016, 12:45pm
Shocking video of teacher beating girls emerges
Shocking video of teacher beating girls emerges
Crime & Courts

Video footage has emerged which appears to show a female teacher positioning teenage schoolgirls over a chair and beating them.

24 June 2016, 11:59am
Visiting athlete's car stolen
Visiting athlete's car stolen
Crime & Courts

A Zimbabwean couple visiting Durban for the African Games came out of their B&B in to find their vehicle and expensive athletics ...

24 June 2016, 10:30am
Mayor firm about ‘virgin’ bursary proviso
Mayor firm about ‘virgin’ bursary proviso
Politics

Despite an instruction that the uThukela District Municipality remove the “virginity” condition on its maiden bursary, the ...

23 June 2016, 8:58pm
Failed ‘hit men’ charged with perjury
Failed ‘hit men’ charged with perjury
Crime & Courts

Two men who admitted their roles in a failed plot to murder a Kloof businessman have been charged with perjury - by the man ...

23 June 2016, 11:34am
Hectic day at Gateway mall
Hectic day at Gateway mall
Kwazulu Natal

It was a hectic day at the Gateway mall yesterday as a fire broke out in a restaurant and a jewellery shop was robbed.

23 June 2016, 06:57am
The Good Samaritan who found #SollyMokoetle
The Good Samaritan who found #SollyMokoetle
Kwazulu Natal

The man responsible for reuniting missing former SABC chief executive Solly Mokoetle with his family had no idea who he was.

22 June 2016, 10:24am
SA deserves better candidates, says IEC
SA deserves better candidates, says IEC
Politics

IEC KZN head Mawethu Mosery has told a group of church leaders that the current crop of candidates did not have the quality to provide services.

22 June 2016, 06:50am
Search ongoing for missing ex SABC boss
Search ongoing for missing ex SABC boss
South Africa

Former SABC chief executive Solly Mokoetle was last seen leaving his luxury Umhlanga estate late on Friday night.

21 June 2016, 2:50pm
Human trafficking thrives as economy slows
Human trafficking thrives as economy slows
Crime & Courts

As the economy declined SA is going to see an increase in human trafficking as criminals see it as an easy way to make money, an expert has warned.