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Union threatens strike over health HOD
29/7/2014 8:42
Union threatens strike over health HODThe National Education, Health, and Allied Workers' Union is threatening to go on strike if KwaZulu-Natal's premier re-employs the head of the health department.
Top academic Naidu is honoured
29/7/2014 1:20
Top academic Naidu is honouredDr Maheshvari Naidu, humanities academic and anthropologist from the school of social sciences has been named the top published woman in the institution for 2014.
Champion cyclist stabbed and robbed
29/7/2014 9:07
A champion cyclist is in the intensive care unit of a Durban hospital after being stabbed and robbed of his bicycle
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Champion cyclist stabbed and robbedChampion cyclist stabbed and robbed
29/7/2014 9:07
A champion cyclist is in the intensive care unit of a Durban hospital after being stabbed and robbed of his bicycle
 
Union threatens strike over health HODUnion threatens strike over health HOD
29/7/2014 8:42
The National Education, Health, and Allied Workers' Union is threatening to go on strike if KwaZulu-Natal's premier re-employs the head of the health department.
 
Top academic Naidu is honouredTop academic Naidu is honoured
29/7/2014 1:20
Dr Maheshvari Naidu, humanities academic and anthropologist from the school of social sciences has been named the top published woman in the institution for 2014.
 
Hope for ailing familyHope for ailing family
29/7/2014 1:17
Hope of getting a better place to live emerged this week for the struggling Mdozo farm family in Newcastle in the northern KwaZulu-Natal after the local mayor, Afzul Rehman, ANC regional chairperson and officials from the human settlements department, met with the family to discuss the building of
 
Street children ‘left by parents’Street children ‘left by parents’
29/7/2014 1:12
Most children who end up on the streets leave their homes because of the absence of parental care and the decay of the family institution.
 
KZN councillors cut municipal debt by R1.3m
28/7/2014 15:29
KwaZulu-Natal councillors have slashed their outstanding personal municipal debts by almost R1.3 million, a KwaZulu-Natal co-operative governance and traditional affairs spokesman said on Monday.
 
Protests close Durban UniversityProtests close Durban University
28/7/2014 14:36
The Mangosuthu University of Technology in Durban suspended lectures on Monday following student protests, a university official said.
 
Braai treat for pensionersBraai treat for pensioners
28/7/2014 2:13
There was a hive of activity in the home in Lamontville township, south of Durban, when head of KZN treasury, Smiso Magagula surprised the citizens with a a visit and gifts.
 
Police brutality allegationsPolice brutality allegations
28/7/2014 1:31
At the beginning of the month the same community had gone on the rampage burning properties after the discovery of dismembered body parts of the boys who had gone missing.
 
Durban rivers pollutedDurban rivers polluted
28/7/2014 1:23
The environmental advocacy group wants the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Senzeni Zokwana, to act against eThekwini municipality for negligence after sewage spilled into the local river.
 
Man stabbed and injured in KwaZulu-NatalMan stabbed and injured in KwaZulu-Natal
27/7/2014 15:46
A man was critically injured after being stabbed in Marion Ridge, Pinetown, on Sunday, paramedics in KwaZulu-Natal said.
 
Man dies in KwaZulu-Natal accidentMan dies in KwaZulu-Natal accident
27/7/2014 14:33
A man died after he was struck by a car on the M4 near Glen Ashley, north of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, on Sunday, paramedics said.
 
KwaZulu-Natal pedestrian killedKwaZulu-Natal pedestrian killed
26/7/2014 11:10
A man was killed when he was hit by a vehicle on Mpumalanga road in Ashdown, KwaZulu-Natal.
 
Thousands in Durban Palestinian marchThousands in Durban Palestinian march
25/7/2014 18:38
Several thousand people marched through central Durban in support of Palestinians in the Gaza strip on Friday.
 
Copper thieves jailed for 12 yearsCopper thieves jailed for 12 years
25/7/2014 14:06
Three men have been sentenced to 12 years in jail each by the Pietermaritzburg Regional Court for stealing copper cables, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Friday.
 






 

 




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