A former teacher has been freed after three years in jail after his conviction and life sentence for rape were set aside because of new evidence.
I believe that in each of us there is a Nelson Mandela waiting to be unleashed, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
The fact that the killings of ANC candidates are continuing even after nominations have closed is very worrying, says a KZN ...
The number of deaths of ANC members in suspected political attacks in KZN continued to climb with two more shot dead in less than 12 hours.
An unusual case of polyandry is before the Durban High Court in which a woman is trying to get maintenance from her most recent “husband”.
A former KZN tourism official claimed she was doing research while running the Two Oceans marathon, then took two years to file a report.
National Roads Agency claims it has been ‘open and transparent’ about the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road project.
An SAPS clerk who was sexually assaulted by a colleague while at work is suing the minister of police for R400 000.
A child who died in the fatal blaze at the Lakehaven Child and Youth Centre tried in vain to unlock the door to the cottage the boys were in.
Most students did not drink because of stress but rather to feel good at social gatherings and maintain feelings of excitement ...
A management crisis continues to hamper operations at the Durban metro police, the latest revelations being that the unit ...
Like Sancho Panza, too many people are willing to go along with anyone who promises adventure, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
It was another sleepless night for Durban residents when the city’s Moses Mabhida Stadium played host to yet another festival.
The Working for Water project has come under fire with concerns that political interference and bureaucracy are undermining its main purpose.
The ill-gotten gains of a rhino poaching syndicate and two vehicles belonging to the man alleged to be its ringleader have been seized by the state.