A religious landmark in the Durban CBD has been sold to a hospital group after crime caused a decline in attendance.
A showdown is looming in the battle for the leadership of KZN between DA’s Sizwe Mchunu and Zwakele Mncwango.
One man shot dead. His partner beaten up. And all for a laptop. This was the outcome of a robbery on Saturday night.
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eThekwini Municipality is owed millions by businesses and state departments that haven’t paid for rates and services.
Frank Meintjies says South Africa needs to guard against the undermining of the fundamental right to education.
"She has dragged me to court 150 times. She published my name in a local paper. She wants to cripple me financially."
From Daniel Pearl to James Foley, Adam Taylor investigates the modern tactic of Islamist beheadings.
A KZN teacher accused of making porn movies with boys was convicted in 2003 for indecent assault.
Talks between the government and King Zwelithini about a traditional leadership academy for KZN are at an advanced stage.
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”.
The body of journalist Nat Nakasa has arrived home, 50 years after he left Durban for the US.
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