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The owner of the Tongaat Mall which collapsed killing two people was accused of being unco-operative at the commission of inquiry investigating the tragedy.
A KwaZulu-Natal man has been sentenced to 25 years in jail for repeatedly raping his 12-year-old niece.
There were times when former Blue Bull Joseph Phindile Ntshongwana could not remember things he knew, his mother testified.
The owner of the Tongaat Mall was surprised to find out that his mall had collapsed, as he believed construction had stopped, an inquiry heard.
Goodness Luthuli and her daughter, reportedly pregnant, died after being gunned down in their KZN shack.
The Tongaat Mall forman says he did not oversee many of the tasks carried out, saying it was not his responsibility.
Teachers union Sadtu is unhappy with the public school calendar, and is proposing longer holidays for educators.
The family of a KZN man who died on flight MH17 cancelled his credit cards after a warning from Ukrainian authorities.
An KZN businessman was assaulted, robbed and hijacked by five men - one wearing a metro police reflector jacket.
“The only way transformation in education could happen quickly was if Sadtu members occupied all top jobs.”
A man has been sentenced to life in jail by the Scottburgh Regional Court for the kidnap, rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl.
A woman died and five people were injured in a head-on collision on the M4 near Umdloti, KwaZulu-Natal.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court has sentenced two rapists to two life sentences each for rape and robbery.
Residents of Cato Crest informal settlement believe the eThekwini Municipality is deliberately neglecting them.
Police have released an identikit of a man they believe can assist them in solving a rape.
Tributes have been pouring in for a Ladysmith teacher who died when an allegedly drunk motorist drove into her.
A row over a parking space at a Phoenix residential complex is alleged to have led to a house being petrol-bombed.
A distraught mother has appealed for help in apprehending the man who raped her daughter, 18, in Cato Manor.
A routine patrol following a community tip-off turned into a nightmare after a young cop was shot in the head.
The death of a homeless woman in a Glenwood park has given a face to the unfolding “Whoonga Park” drama.
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