The DA has slammed Minister Rob Davies on the Liquor Bill, saying he was irresponsible for not undertaking an economic impact study on the bill.
The University of Zululand took out a full-page advert in a Sunday newspaper disputing “the latest fabricated news published by The Mercury”.
A Durban family of four, including an 11-year-old child, were killed when a gunman stormed into their home and opened fire.
The eThekwini municipality’s battle to remove tenants at the Newmarket Stables, to make way for a multimillion rand football ...
The controversial Delangokubona Business Forum has been hauled before the courts once again.
An accommodation crisis has led to a temporary shutdown of the Durban University of Technology as more than 1 000 students wait to be given beds.
A 20-year-old woman was arrested after a newborn baby's lifeless body was recovered from a pit latrine north of Durban.
The education sector in KwaZulu-Natal is in a state of chaos and the province faces a shortage of teachers, says KZN Sadtu.
President Jacob Zuma has criticised the decision to give land claimants a choice when settling land claims.
Three Durban men narrowly escaped arrest after being cornered by metro police, minutes after they allegedly killed a taxi boss.
The specialised crime fighting unit is now investigating Professor Xoliswa Mtose and, it is understood, claims pertaining ...
Responding to an assertion Dr Kgosi Letlape that medical aids were “a crime against humanity”, Hasa expressed its disappointment.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s ANC presidential bid was thwarted by Xhosa King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu, who said SA was not ready for a woman president.
Workers who are allegedly victims of human trafficking have been saved from living in a factory where they worked for wages of less than R100 a month.
"Some of the reports (that we get) say they (Isis) will go for Trump's investments in South Africa," an expert has warned.