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49 days ago
Govt backtracks on new plates denial
Govt backtracks on new plates denial
Industry news

National department of transport finally admits that new, standardised numberplates plates are in the pipeline, but won’t say when.

49 days ago
Muslim beard row hits top Durban hotel
Muslim beard row hits top Durban hotel
Kwazulu Natal

A top hotel has been slammed for ending the internships of two Muslim student chefs when they refused to shave their beards.

49 days ago
Sex molestation probe at Durban boarding school
Sex molestation probe at Durban boarding school
Crime & Courts

KZN education authorites are investigating an alleged sexual assault at a boarding school involving two pupils.

49 days ago
How to fight criminals... with a pot plant
How to fight criminals... with a pot plant
Crime & Courts

A pair of house robbers in Durban were trying to escape in a stolen car when a man took matters into his own hands...

49 days ago
Plan to expose rhino horn kingpins
Plan to expose rhino horn kingpins
Crime & Courts

A wildlife body has threatened to name key players in a Vietnamese criminal network allegedly linked to the slaughter of rhinos.

50 days ago
Horse-trading hots up in hung municipalities
Horse-trading hots up in hung municipalities
Politics

ANC provincial secretary Super Zuma said the party was holding meetings with the EFF, DA and IFP, looking for partners in ...

50 days ago
I could be killed any moment - new councillor
I could be killed any moment - new councillor
Politics

Petros Nxumalo, new councillor in a hotly contested KZN ward, says he will live with the dangers of local politics.

50 days ago
Doctor’s horror evidence at Baby X trial
Doctor’s horror evidence at Baby X trial
Crime & Courts

Images of the scarred and bruised body of “Baby X” were shown on a large screen as a doctor detailed her injuries.

51 days ago
‘Job-loss fear not a reason for lighter murder sentence’
‘Job-loss fear not a reason for lighter murder sentence’
Crime & Courts

Killing a colleague because you fear losing your job does not mean that you should get a lighter sentence, three KZN judges say.