Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson clearly has a thing for Durban.
Former Durban mayor Obed Mlaba is tipped to become the South African High Commissioner to the UK.
King Goodwill Zwelithini has slammed international suppliers for using KZN as a dumping ground for sub-standard food.
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Senzo Mchunu's views reveal the extent to which the ANC fails to address the concerns of minorities, says Brij Maharaj.
The appointment of the new municipal manager of Pongola in northern KZN is being questioned by Samwu and the IFP.
A teacher who hit a young boy in the eye while he was beating another pupil has cost the education department dearly.
People desperate to find any item of value to sell are smashing Durban's sewerage pipes and sifting through the sewage.
For the media the National Development Plan “was not scandalous enough to make front page news”, Minister Trevor Manuel said.
President Jacob Zuma finally broke his silence on the Gupta scandal, slamming those who “abused” his name to secure privileges.
An intricate web of stormwater tunnels beneath Durban and the suburbs has for years been used as a secret escape route by criminals.
A young girl, who was with the men who allegedly hijacked a KZN estate agent, has implicated the three men in court.
Public servants doing business with the state will find themselves in a spot of trouble and will face up to a year in jail.
Three alleged cable thieves were killed by a moving train, after they were chased onto railway tracks by an angry community member.
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