Major construction companies in KwaZulu-Natal are pushing to have the ringleaders of a Mafia-style business forum jailed ...
It's now also South Africa’s busiest online shopping day of the year, bringing 'unexpected challenges'
"Curry-muncher" cracks and continuous bullying pushed a top Grade 5 pupil at Highbury Preparatory School to attempt suicide, his father says.
Relatives of a Durban mother of five claim "blatant negligence" resulted in her death after being treated at two public hospitals.
Former UKZN medical student Deavashini Naidoo's parents say her vegetative state is the result of King Dinuzulu Hospital's neglect.
The wheels of justice at the Durban Magistrate’s Court building could soon grind to a halt because only one lift is working ...
Three months after SA adopted WHO's universal Test and Treat guidelines for people living with HIV, an expert says the project is going well.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko will this week answer to Parliament on his public spats with Ipid head Robert McBride.
A Reservoir Hills pensioner wants the municipality to take action against a homeowner who is using his vacant land for dumping.
A whistle-blower claims he was told to pay to secure a job as a general assistant in eThekwini's roads and stormwater department.
Married couple Nokuthula and Nonkululeko Mbatha say they are in hiding after members of their community chased them out of their KwaNgcolosi home.
President Zuma has filed an affidavit asking the court to review and set aside the remedial actions recommended in the State of Capture report.
Cosatu, led by S’dumo Dlamini, will engage the governing party following its heated meeting which debated calls for President Zuma to step down.
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has published new regulations which will force employers to have their employees's degrees verified.
Nabeelah Shaikh speaks to a former Merebank man about his international police work