KZN Northern Growth Corridor

Kick starting infrastructure development in KwaZulu-Natal

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Durban Unisa campus to reopen

The Durban campus of Unisa is expected to be reopened following protests over the closure of several exam venues.

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Cleansing ceremony to stop hostel killing

KZN officials and King Goodwill Zwelithini will conduct a cleansing ceremony to try to halt hostel killings.

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Death crash: taxi full of faults

The taxi in which killed 16 people died when it crashed into a train at Shaka’s Head, was riddled with mechanical faults.

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Illegal Durban ‘pharmacies’ raided
August 21 2015 at 10:08

Officials seized medicines, creams and tablets worth R500K that were being sold illegally in Durban.

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Phone companies to pay own power bills
August 21 2015 at 10:01

Phone networks in Pietermaritzburg to pay their own power bills to avoid shutdowns when landlords don’t pay bills.

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Murder, suicide reignites school security debate
August 21 2015 at 09:54

A murder and suicide at an Empangeni school have reignited the debate over stricter security measures at schools.

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Mass grief at memorial service
August 21 2015 at 09:12

Bereaved families were inconsolable during a memorial service for the 16 people who died in the crash at Shaka's Head.[Video]

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Traditional leaders’ role in democracy
August 20 2015 at 15:40

Their system is built round collegial wisdom, consensus and participation. says Blessing Gwala.

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Shell denies greasing ANC palms
August 20 2015 at 13:15

Oil giant Shell has denied suggestions that it exercises “improper influence” over government officials.

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Jansen: Universities must challenge students
August 20 2015 at 12:11

Some SA universities are guilty of not “challenging the socks off” their students, said Professor Jonathan Jansen.

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Outrage over albino woman’s death
August 20 2015 at 11:40

The Albinism Society of SA has expressed outrage after the dismembered body of an albino woman was found in KZN.

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Beware the smooth-talking pickpocket
August 19 2015 at 15:43

A slick trickster is offering tips on how to avoid being a crime victim, while he robs his unsuspecting listeners in broad daylight.

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