A Durban man who died fighting in Syria has been described as “innocent”, with “charming and beautiful” characteristics, by his family and friends.
Bernadette Mercy Nkosi, 55, of Umlalazi Combined Primary has been on sick leave since 2007 and still receive her full salary and benefits.
Ignorant of the lurking and danger, three seamen paid with their lives for responding to a distress call from labourers working on the naval base.
The ill-fated Tongaat Mall that collapsed, killing two construction workers, has been sold and a new shopping centre is to be built on the site.
It has been alleged that former Eskom boss Brian Molefe was sneaked through the back-door in an attempt to position him for a cabinet position.
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Recipes that elevate the humble salad to a show-stopping main course
Food historian Professor Rebecca Earle of Warwick University maps how chocolate became a Valentine's Day staple
What I like best about Valentine's Day is that it gives me an excuse to make these sumptuous chocolate pancakes for breakfast.
How to make simple and tasty chocolate buttons for Valentine's Day
A report by auditing firm KPMG was handed to the university’s Vice-Chancellor Dr Albert van Jaarsveld, but kept from public view.
The defence in the trial against the man who allegedly caused the car crash that killed Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere ...
The Health Professions Council of SA has launched an investigation into Dutch surgeon Dr Robert Muller who is employed at ...
Acting police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane is seeking to interdict private forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan from being ...
The ANC in eThekwini has lashed out at critics for “fear mongering” over economic transformation plans introduced by eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede.