I would never ever pass anyone who says they have problems. I give them whatever I have, says new eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede.
Charles Leonard asks political analyst Raymond Suttner to weigh in on the battle between the Hawks and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
The time has come for white South Africans to step out of their white priviedge, racist, white-is-right closets, writes Justin Foxton.
The five construction companies accused of tender collusion in city contracts worth more than R750 million could soon be blacklisted.
Oakbay Investments has denied that their decision to sell off their shareholdings in SA was linked to a probe instituted by the National Treasury.
Primary school boys use sport, violence and bullying to exert their power over those they see as being "gay".
ANC veteran and former director-general of foreign affairs Sipho Pityana has lashed out President Jacob Zuma and urged him to step aside.
The KZN Department of Education remains adamant that a sex video teacher has a case of statutory rape to answer, despite ...
Dog attacks seem frequent, yet the quest for justice and redress is difficult. Sharika Regchand looks at a couple's tragic, discouraging experience.
The women in the Nquthu teacher’s sex videos were not schoolgirls but his girlfriends and his common-law wife, his lawyer said.
Inessa Rajah, 17, from Durban won the 2016 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, beating about 13 500 entrants from around the world.
Dozens of volunteers toiled to clean a Durban beach and the harbour - only to discover the junk was back after a night of torrential rain.
The IFP suspects foul play over the decision by two of its councillors in Edumbe to vote with the ANC, and has expelled them.
It would be wonderful for SA if we did not need the public protector that Madonsela has been, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
The marriage lasted two weeks - but the legal battle over jewellery given to the bride went on for 10 years.