Survival rates for children with cancer are significantly lower in South Africa than in developed countries.
New research shows that Grade R has further widened the gap between children from impoverished and affluent schools.
An isolated home KZN’s Upper Highway area, suspected of being a drug den, has been raided by police and the Hawks.
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What fell first? That is what engineers are grappling with to determine the trigger of the Tongaat mall collapse.
The Law Society of SA instructed affiliates of the KZN Law Society's council to get back to work and regulate its members.
The SUI has been asked to probe KZN's spending of R28m on a jazz festival that never happened.
MEC Weziwe Thusi joined a crowd protesting against granting of bail to a man alleged to have killed a six-year-old girl.
A seven-month-old baby was snatched at the Pietermaritzburg Home Affairs office, say police.
An application for eviction of two Bergville farmworkers has been rejected, more than 10 years after their were ordered to leave.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will meet with the SABC to discuss the permanent appointment of COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Infighting has effectively shut down the KwaZulu-Natal law society, throwing the province’s legal fraternity into crisis.
A clean-up initiative to remove vagrants and whoonga addicts from King Dinuzulu Park in Durban was met with mixed feelings.
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