Suzette Ratcliffe cried as Robert Gilmore was found to have caused the accident in which her son was killed.
A drama teacher - who has taught at top schools in KZN - is said to have recruited young boys to make porn movies.
The wife of a KZN man, who was killed in a horror crash seven years ago, said the driver had been “let off too easily”.
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A police officer is under fire over her "appalling conduct" that resulted in the acquittal of murder suspects.
A R1.8bn increase in its budget was “inadequate” to address backlogs in KZN’s education system, MEC Peggy Nkonyeni said.
Senzo Mchunu has been accused of focusing on ANC issues instead of attending legislature meetings and delivering services.
The suspects who allegedly robbed NFP leader Zanele KaMagwaza-Msibi’s home thought they had hit the jackpot.
The man on trial for murdering Ian Fellows intends changing his plea to guilty after he was implicated by his brother.
Construction firm boss Elias Vasilaki Mechanicos faces a fraud charge involving R3.4m relating to the sale of vehicles.
A KZN woman escaped with her life when she was hijacked while waiting in her sister’s driveway.
New details have emerged of how invigilators helped adult matric candidates in KZN cheat during their exams.
A "humiliated" Pallo Jordan has resigned from Parliament and the ANC's NEC to avoid further "deceit".
S’bu Sithole is one of the two highest paid government officials in South Africa - and he earns more than Jacob Zuma.
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