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11 September 2016, 12:06pm
Groundbreaking surgery for unborn KZN baby
Groundbreaking surgery for unborn KZN baby
Kwazulu Natal

Durban doctors have performed radical life-saving surgery on an unborn child by drawing fluid from inside the pericardial cavity.

11 September 2016, 10:41am
Names fly in 'blood on their hands' tell-all
Names fly in 'blood on their hands' tell-all
Politics

In his new book KZN Hawks boss Johan Booysen says the top brass of the National Prosecutions Authority all have blood on their hands.

11 September 2016, 10:41am
UK friends honour murdered KZN father
UK friends honour murdered KZN father
Crime & Courts

Hundreds of people, including friends and family, will pay tribute to slain Westville father of two Gary Mackay in London.

11 September 2016, 10:40am
Waste firm in a fix over 'toxic fumes'
Waste firm in a fix over 'toxic fumes'
Crime & Courts

The Green Scorpions are investigating EnviroServ's Shongweni landfill after studies found that gaseous emissions were emanating from the leachate.

11 September 2016, 10:21am
iSimangaliso now the most diverse park in Africa
iSimangaliso now the most diverse park in Africa
Environment

A new blood line of genetically distinct lions from the Tswalu Kalahari Park have found a home at the iSimangaliso Wetland Park in KwaZulu-Natal.

11 September 2016, 08:36am
ANC prepares to meet with party dissidents
ANC prepares to meet with party dissidents
Politics

The ANC will meet with a delegation from the #OccupyLuthuliHouse movement this week, but has dismissed calls for a special national conference.

11 September 2016, 08:27am
Ghastly gas death for 30 miners
Ghastly gas death for 30 miners
Crime & Courts

Up to 30 Illegal miners are believed to have died following the underground outbreak of carbon monoxide at a disused mine in Langlaagte.

28 August 2016, 4:05pm
NPOs who don’t toe line to lose funding
NPOs who don’t toe line to lose funding
Kwazulu Natal

A crackdown by the Department of Social Development on non-complying non-profit organisations is looming - and could see ...

28 August 2016, 3:49pm
Mpshe gives up Bench, stands firm on Zuma graft charges
Mpshe gives up Bench, stands firm on Zuma graft charges
Politics

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.

28 August 2016, 2:38pm
Gauteng health department on the mend
Gauteng health department on the mend
Politics

MEC Qedani Mahlangu is winning the battle to resolve the problems that have plagued her department - as proven by its first ...

28 August 2016, 2:32pm
Durban pilot killed in China crash
Durban pilot killed in China crash
Kwazulu Natal

Michel Leusch was killed when his aerobatics aircraft crashed during a flight show in north-west China's Gansu Province.

28 August 2016, 11:20am
Carolus rallies for 'horrible truth'
Carolus rallies for 'horrible truth'
Politics

Cheryl Carolus told a gathering commemorating the 33rd anniversary of the UDF's founding that "monsters" had crept into the soul of the ANC.

28 August 2016, 10:04am
Fraudster’s case over dressing down fails
Fraudster’s case over dressing down fails
Crime & Courts

A convicted fraudster's case against a Durban magistrate who scolded her for wearing a "low-cut blouse" in court has been thrown out.

28 August 2016, 09:49am
Police in spotlight as protester’s case stalls
Police in spotlight as protester’s case stalls
Crime & Courts

The police have been accused of lacking the skills to secure a conviction after a Sea Cow Lake protester's case was again ...

28 August 2016, 09:40am
'Oh no sorry officer, it's not stolen, I just forgot'
'Oh no sorry officer, it's not stolen, I just forgot'
Crime & Courts

Two Durban men face criminal charges after getting drunk, forgetting where they parked and then reporting their vehicles stolen.