Former two-times SA Open golf champion Wayne Westner allegedly shot himself in what police say was a domestic dispute.
As the country fears renewed violent #FeesMustFall protests, the ANCYL in eThekwini was hard at work during the festive season ...
Seven years after John King was beaten to death in a Durban nightclub, police are determined that the alleged attacker will finally go on trial.
A woman was bust trying to sneak in dagga to a man being held at Port Shepstone police station in a container of stew.
KwaZulu-Natal’s provincial police commissioner Lieutenant-General Mmamonnye Ngobeni will not return to work, despite a court decision in her favour.
Putting a damper on the holiday season, parts of the South Coast, and Port Edward, in particular, remained without water on Monday.
A Deloitte study finds service, infrastructure problems, red tape and corruption remain challenges that could hamper investment ...
As Ford South Africa urges Kuga drivers to book their vehicles in for free maintenance checks, three more have caught fire in the past three days.
Summarising class notes and working with past papers was how 14 KZN pupils say they made the commendable achievement list for Independent IEB exams.
Thirteen KwaZulu-Natal matriculants made it to the Independent Examinations Board’s honours roll of outstanding achievers this year and 10 were girls.
A 103-year-old woman and a Wits student were among eight people killed in a series of clashes in the Mambuka area over the Christmas period.
Thousands are expected to see in the New Year in Durban – and the city is ready for them.
Future doctors, accountants and scientists were among KZN’s top pupils featured on the Independent Examinations Board’s outstanding achievement list.
Authorities say damage estimated at R10 million was caused when a fire ripped through the 25th floor of a well-known Durban “skyscraper”.
Josh Gray lost his mom while he was midway through his final exams. But not only did he complete his exams, he achieved six distinctions.