The South African government is proposing a tax on sweetened beverages from next year. The Sunday Tribune gets two sides of the story.
A crackdown by the Department of Social Development on non-complying non-profit organisations is looming - and could see ...
The man who let President Jacob Zuma off the hook left his high-profile position as a Land Claims Court judge has gone into private practice.
MEC Qedani Mahlangu is winning the battle to resolve the problems that have plagued her department - as proven by its first ...
Michel Leusch was killed when his aerobatics aircraft crashed during a flight show in north-west China’s Gansu Province.
Cheryl Carolus told a gathering commemorating the 33rd anniversary of the UDF’s founding that “monsters” had crept into the soul of the ANC.
Named the sexiest man by several local publications in 2010 and 2011, Top Billing presenter Chris Jaftha is no let-down in person.
A convicted fraudster's case against a Durban magistrate who scolded her for wearing a "low-cut blouse" in court has been thrown out.
The police have been accused of lacking the skills to secure a conviction after a Sea Cow Lake protester’s case was again ...
Two Durban men face criminal charges after getting drunk, forgetting where they parked and then reporting their vehicles stolen.
A dream holiday in Bali turned into a living nightmare when a swordfish speared Dominique Bauvis in the neck.
One of former eThekwini mayor James Nxumalo’s sons is lucky to be alive after dodging a bullet that killed the SACP leader who was with him.
The ANC claims DA MP Dianne Kohler Barnard’s Facebook posts implies that life in SA was better under apartheid-era president PW Botha.
“The auditorium was caught in a huge fireball which melted the aluminium roof because the heat was so intense.
Durban residents are under attack from brazen criminals.