The Department of Trade and Industry convened a meeting with various stakeholders this week to pluck the poultry industry out of its present crisis.
When news of the murder of six people at the hands of an armed gang spread through the Georgedale community hardly anyone grieved
A Durban woman who lived a life of opulence courtesy of her partner of nearly 10 years believes she is entitled to part of his estate.
Sheldon Cramer, aka “the Robin Hood of cannabis oil”, believes companies are pushing authorities to help them get rid of potential competition.
Former chairperson of the SABC Board Ellen Tshabalala has reneged on her undertaking to Parliament’s ad hoc committee to name political meddlers.
With two weeks to the start of the new academic year, the top team at the University of KwaZulu-Natal are already at each other’s throats.
MEC Belinda Scott’s hopes of taking the report of former public protector Thuli Madonsela on judicial review have been dashed by the KZN government.
Reputational risk specialist Evelyn Holtzhausen says Ford made a big mistake by taking so long to acknowledge the problem.
A Dutch doctor accused of botching two previous surgeries at a KZN hospital allegedly performed an operation which resulted in a man losing his leg.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula’s wife, Nozuko, has described allegations linking her to a R1billion tender fraud as damaging and untrue.
Absa said the public protector report contained “several factual and legal inaccuracies” and the leak was regrettable.
Already 51 new doctors have no posts and are sitting at home, while senior consultants have been told there is no money to pay for their overtime.
He was known as the most notorious criminal in South Africa, but Ananias Mathe was once a loving husband and father, says his wife Elizabeth Mathonsi.
SA photojournalist kidnapped in Syria has still not been found, but aid organisation says to stay positive.
Durban-born scientist Dr Valanathan Munsami takes up the post of chief executive at the South African National Space Agency.