KZN Northern Growth Corridor

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No blackouts in this house

A Durban family which has managed to produce its own solar power is struggling to get the eThekwini Municipality to buy it.

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THE MERCURY

Nkonyeni sorry for ‘quackery’ remarks

MEC Peggy Nkonyeni has apologised for suggesting that children’s handwriting and the shapes of their heads be studied to discern their abilities.

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THE MERCURY

7 kids die as packed bakkie crashes

A bakkie carrying 24 pupils crashed over the edge of a road and down into a house, killing seven of the children.

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Weeding delays opening of Swazi schools
January 21 2015 at 08:58

Schools in Swaziland did not open as scheduled, so that thousands of boys could weed King Mswati’s sorghum fields.

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We should all remember Michael
January 20 2015 at 15:00

A year ago six-year-old Michael Komape drowned in a pit toilet at his school, writes Adam Bradlow.

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Rival claims for KZN land
January 20 2015 at 12:14

Massive tracts of land in KZN already under claim by three communities have had another 400 new claims lodged against them.

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Hearing set for water polo coach
January 20 2015 at 10:39

Durban High School’s water polo coach Jean le Roux will face a disciplinary hearing after he assaulted an opposing team player.

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Residences take strain as campuses fill up
January 20 2015 at 10:39

KZN universities are struggling to accommodate masses of students and are now recommending private accommodation.

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Malawi braces for more floods
January 19 2015 at 11:11

Saturated Malawi is bracing itself for more flooding which has already claimed at least 176 lives.

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Thugs rob paramedics in Umlazi
January 19 2015 at 11:19

Paramedics who went to attend to an assault victim were held at gunpoint in Umlazi’s B section.

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Drought closes KZN sugar mill
January 19 2015 at 10:44

One of South Africa's biggest sugar producers, Illovo Sugar, will close its Umzimkulu mill for the year-long 2015 milling season starting in April.

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Qur’an also available in Zulu
January 19 2015 at 10:37

While Zulu and sign language Bible translations have come under the spotlight, very few know much about the Zulu Qur’an.

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‘A bribe is a bribe - even if it’s biscuits’
January 19 2015 at 07:41

Public servants' acceptance of bribes has been thrown into the spotlight by a Labour Court judgment.

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