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State witness Grant Cramer has suggested that Brett Williams instigated the fight that ended in his death.
Former Royal Marine Brett Williams tried to avoid a confrontation that eventually led to him being beaten to death, a witness said.
A 39-year-old man was arrested in Wentworth for allegedly dealing in drugs and for possession of an unlicensed firearm, KZN police said.
KZN police have appealed for public help in finding a fake traditional healer who has conned people.
Durban police arrested two men and seized drugs worth about R280 000 from a flat during a raid.
The UKZN will not drop charges against four masters students for their “grossly inaccurate” open letter to its vice-chancellor.
Two suspected robbers were shot dead by police in Richmond, says the office of KZN community safety MEC Willies Mchunu.
Police have warned people to be on their guard against SMS scams after a woman was conned out of R1 850.
Logandheran "Yegen" Naidoo has lost his appeal to prove he was framed for the murder of a 9-year-old girl and her grandmother.
Hanuman stick murder accused Rajan Kandasamy will be admitted to a mental institution for mental observation.
A KZN policeman's wife has spoken of her horror at seeing him gunned down while trying to help a neighbour.
A State witness and a man accused of taking part in the fatal attack on Brett Williams have received threatening messages.
The unusual death of a Chatsworth doctor who was found in his surgery has puzzled police and left the community in shock.
Unisa may withdraw former policeman Vincent Mdunge’s diploma if it is found he used a fake matric certificate to enrol.
A witness in the "Kings Park brawlers" trial testified that one of the group had called him "get our stories straight".
A State witness says he refused to meet with his friend to get their "story straight" over the death of an ex-Royal Marine.
Police arrest two men in Durban in possession of drugs with a street value of R600 000.
Charges against a private security boss relating to allegations of a multimillion-rand tax evasion have been withdrawn.
The UKZN has come under fire for charging four masters students who penned an open letter criticising the institution.
Unisa has instituted a disciplinary procedure against Vincent Mdunge for the “submission of an alleged fraudulent certificate”.
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