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KZN still ‘open for business’

The head of Durban Tourism, Philip Sithole, said the city was being proactive in mitigating the effects of xenophobic violence on the local and provincial econo... Read Story

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Maimane out to win DA’s top job

Commentators tip him as favourite to succeed Zille

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Anarchy, chaos on the streets of SA

Attacks a chilling reminder of 2008 carnage as hostel dwellers taunt police, looting and setting fire to cars

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Zwelithini to address traditional leaders
April 19 2015 at 00:10

King Goodwill Zwelithini is expected to address the imbizo regarding ongoing xenophobic violence.

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‘All I wanted was a better future’
April 19 2015 at 00:10

Yusuf Jake, who was almost killed during a xenophobic attack, says his only crime was wanting a better future.

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Phiyega under scrutiny since 2013
April 19 2015 at 00:14

Ipid started probing scandal involving National Police Commissioner after crime intelligence opened case against her in 2013

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National orders to be bestowed on Freedom Day
April 19 2015 at 01:20

President Zuma will bestow National Orders on South Africans and foreigners who have contributed to democracy and made a positive impact on the lives of South Africans.

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Call for tolerance and compassion
April 12 2015 at 08:49

In a week of deaths and thousands of foreigners fleeing rampaging mobs, religious leaders urged people in KZN to remember their shared humanity.

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