A court bid by a Durban mother to relocate to Zimbabwe and take her young son with her has sparked a legal dispute among KZN judges.
For the past three months, four KZN matric pupils have been living in the school’s storeroom as they prepare for their exams.
Policemen with over 10 years of service believe that most people lie when questioned and would steal if they knew they would ...
Child rights activists believe the minimum age of criminal capacity of children in SA, which is 10 years old, is far too low.
The number of progressed pupils in matric has increased to 104 136, prompting fears that this will drag down the matric pass rate.
SA is contributing significantly to the manual on how to make it easy and painless for dictators, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Teachers' unions are claiming a major victory after the Department of Basic Education agreed to demands to write the “objectionable” ...
Followers of Mduduzi Shembe say that a court ruling will not affect their spiritual belief that he is the leader of the Nazareth Baptist Church.
Murderer and socialite Rajiv Narandas has created a buzz once again, this time because he allegedly got into a fight with ...
KZN judge president Achmat Jappie has found in favour of Vela Shembe to lead the Nazareth Baptist Church, popularly known as Shembe.
More than 500 teachers in KZN are yet to receive any salaries for this year, and the #FeesMustFall campaign has been blamed.
Members of the KZN legislature have commended the Royal Household Trust for its improvement in handling King Zwelithini’s family budget.
University students believe police are now targeting their leaders in an attempt to cripple their movement calling for free education.
Liquor traders in Florida Road, Durban said the proposed liquor bill in its current form would lead to job losses.
Religious leaders have given contradicting reaction to the Liquor Bill, which the government wants to use in restricting the use of alcohol.