Despite the eThekwini municipality's attempts to get rid of whoonga addicts, most have found their way back to Durban.
Scottburgh police and metro cops clashed over the alleged “dumping” of whoonga addicts and vagrants in Umzinto.
The IFP has been given 14 days to apologise for “insults” its leader allegedly hurled at Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi.
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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.
Lab tests have revealed that it was mandrax, not cocaine, found during a drug raid in Kloof.
Windows shattered after a deafening crash. People were thrown from their seats. And then the screaming started.
The SA Weather Bureau has indicated that the entire country will be gripped by a cold front this week.
After a two-year marathon trial, the case involving Hariram Badul, and four others, is drawing to an end.
A lovers' quarrel ended tragically when a man stabbed his fiancée to death at a mall, then tried to kill himself.
Most, if not all, the fruitless, wasteful and irregular expenditure happened under Nathi Mthethwa.
The eThekwini Municipality is forking out millions of rand each year for the repair and replacement of faulty or damaged robots.
Judge President Chiman Patel wants a case involving allegations of fraud, conspiracy and forgery to come to a head.
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