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After 13 years of controversy, the N2 Wild Coast toll-road saga has taken another surprising turn.
Sanral scraps plans to construct a toll plaza in Isipingo as KZN is already over-tolled.
A man linked to seven rape cases through his DNA was arrested in Sundumbili. The rapes took place between 2008 and 2012.
A witness at an inquiry into eight deaths at a fitness test in KwaZulu-Natal was accused of manipulating another witness.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited has scrapped plans to construct a toll-road on the N2 Wild Coast Highway.
Durban - Candidates from three political parties will square-off in a by-election in Umzimkhulu, KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday.
A Durban teenager who was raped, beaten and stabbed seven times, is recovering in hospital from her brutal injuries.
A Pietermanritzburg doctor, who had allegedly been receiving death threats, has been killed outside his Greytown Road surgery.
German national Helga Bucher went head-to-head in court with the independent school at which she teaches, for fear of being fired.
A Durban mom may sue after doctors sent her home with a 9cm-long piece of her placenta allegedly left inside her.
A couple is demanding answers from a Durban hospital, claiming the staff botched an op which led to the death of their baby.
A patient’s widow accused a doctor of misdiagnosing her husband and failing to admit him to hospital for further observation.
A woman accused of stealing from casino patrons while performing good luck rituals intends pleading guilty, a court heard.
The taxman is after Shauwn and S’bu Mpisane again and, in a secret high court application, has seized five properties.
Durban police have arrested seven men in connection with a fatal assault on two suspected criminals.
The KwaZulu-Natal administration was refused leave to appeal against a finding that its failure to repair a large pothole caused a taxi passenger to lose a hand.
Three men accused of rhino poaching appeared in the Ubombo Magistrate's Court.
A proposed multi-million rand national biometric register to monitor police officers has been slammed as a waste of taxpayers’ money.
A spiritual leader who raped a child devotee at his Chatsworth temple has been jailed for 15 years for his "despicable" behaviour.
Grade R teachers in KwaZulu-Natal are set to receive a monthly pay increase of R1 000, the KZN department of education has said.
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