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The son of an aged Richmond farm couple spent a week in a psychiatric hospital after his parents and brother were tortured and killed, the court heard.
A 62-year old KwaMashu man was shot and killed by unknown men who demanded his cellphone.
Furious Nchanga residents have blockaded roads after a child was run over and killed by a taxi.
A KZN man convicted of murdering his wife got a tongue lashing from the judge after he requested time to finance his appeal.
Debt owed by KwaZulu-Natal councillors to municipalities has decreased from R1.5 million in January to just under R200 000 this month.
Twenty-four people were taken into custody on public violence charges after they staged a protest outside a northern KZN town.
It was redemption and relief for a Pietermaritzburg man when he was acquitted of charges of murder and assault.
Police stormed a residence at Durban's Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) campus and arrested a student during protests.
Security guards at Durban's Mangosuthu University of Technology fired paintball guns at a group of protesting students.
The KZN government is taking drastic steps to prevent 12 female students off to study in India from falling pregnant.
Aphile Zungu "loved" her mom's boyfriend, but he raped her, stabbed her 25 times, then threw her body down a toilet.
A cyclist who was scheduled to participate in the Amateur World Road Cycling Championships next month is in ICU after an attack.
The government is considering doing away with suspension on full pay to avoid spending millions paying employees to sit at home.
Lectures had to be cancelled at uMlazi’s Mangosuthu University of Technology when students went on the rampage.
Crucial evidence was allegedly moved from a drug manufacturing lab in a house shortly before a Hawks raid, a court has heard.
The Mangosuthu University of Technology in Durban has suspended lectures following student protests.
KwaZulu-Natal councillors have slashed their outstanding personal municipal debts by almost R1.3 million.
Seven people – including four children – were killed when two cars crashed between Dundee and Pomeroy.
The KZN Department of Education may have jumped the gun when it announced it was to distribute its own textbooks.
Shack dwellers in Reservoir Hills have spoken of their despair when a fire destroyed their homes and possession.
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