A KZN teacher accused of making porn movies with boys was convicted in 2003 for indecent assault.
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.
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Oscar Pistorius had the direct intention to kill his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, State prosecutor Gerrie Nel has said.
Unlike State prosecutor Gerrie Nel, defence advocate Barry Roux doesn’t carry burden of proof in race to finish line.
Contemporary Korean fiction shows us how to move forward following national trauma, writes Carol Campbell.
Henk Vanstaen is the lifeline between SA women in a Thai jail and the outside world, says Colleen Dardagan.
The KZN provincial legislature was thrown into chaos as parties fought over IFP badges worn inside the House.
Siyabonga Nyanisa and Siboniso Ncoya were jailed for killing a pensioner and then driving over him three times.
Two KZN women were given suspended sentences for fraud, after insuring people they knew and cashing in on the policies.
Two Chinese nationals charged in connection with a Kloof drug laboratory both have previous convictions.
A violent service delivery protest on the N2 near Port Shepstone culminated in the death of a man.
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