The Fees Must Fall campaign was “ funded by international forces that wanted to prove a point”, said eThekwini’s deputy mayor Nomvuzo Shabalala.
The Speaker of Parliament has given her blessing to protest marches in Cape Town that will coincide with SONA.
The SAPS's crowd control measures came under scrutiny when police battled to control thousands of EFF supporters.
“Right from the beginning it was highly unlikely that the AU would send peacekeepers. The AU basically set themselves up,” an ISS researcher said.
Judgment in the DA and EFF ConCourt case, which saw President Zuma's legal counsel dismiss Nathi Nthleko's Nkandla report ...
Thousands of EFF members marched to the Constitutional Court ahead of the ConCourt hearing of the Nkandla public protector report.
The eThekwini Metro Municipality is keeping mum on an agreement it says it signed with Tansnat, which operates its troubled municipal bus service.
A historic Durban anti-apartheid site – opened by Nelson Mandela in 2002 – has fallen into a shocking state of disrepair.