Former DA KZN leader Sizwe Mchunu announced that he had bowed out as the party's caucus leader and would now focus on his ...
The man allegedly assaulted by bodyguards who work for businessman Sibusiso Mpisane says his alleged attackers are searching for him.
Drink and drive at your peril, the department of transport warns, threatening to have offenders jailed for longer periods.
President Jacob Zuma's campaign to explain the crisis facing the ANC to ordinary members in KZN is a bid paint himself as ...
The International Air Transport Association is working with the World Customs Organisation and donor groups in the US to ...
Poverty, demolitions and crop-spraying is feeding tensions between Indian sugar cane farmers and struggling black families in Ntokozweni.
The Department of Education is in trouble after teachers ignored a Chapter 9 institution order to stop discriminating against ...
Acting Executive Chairperson of the National Consumer Tribunal, Bonke Dumisa, said people are not vigilant enough about fighting for their rights.
Durban police said that they were analysing footage showing bodyguards of Sibusiso Mpisane allegedly assaulting a man in a road rage incident.
KZN Nurse Primrose Goge has been honoured for her work after being the first to pick up a problem with baby Smangaliso's heartbeat.
Firecrackers and intimidation characterised a dramatic situation involving eThekwini deputy mayor Fawzia Peer and disgruntled Metro Police staff.
The trials of a drought-ravaged Zululand township in accessing water point to local government bungles, writes Thami Magubane
A study aimed to understand homelessness in Durban has found that many people in the group of 3 933 came to the city searching for jobs.
Unfulfilled promises for housing lie behind the petrol-bombing of at least two houses in Puntan's Hill, Durban in less than a week.
Residents in the drought-stricken kwaMsani Township in Mtubatuba are spending a fortune buying water illegally.