Seven suspects are arrested20/10/2014 1:57
Seven suspects have been arrested for being found in possession of stolen property in two separate incidents over the weekend
Municipal jobs ‘are safe’20/10/2014 1:53
There was no reason for employees in KZN municipalities that are to be merged due to redrawing of boundaries to fear for their jobs.
Wet, winds cause havoc20/10/2014 1:51
The recent spate of bad weather in the province has led to paramedics responding to several emergencies and several people were killed.
KwaZulu-Natal robbery 'gangsters' arrested18/10/2014 12:44
Two men, allegedly part of a gang conducting armed robberies at shops and supermarkets across KwaZulu-Natal, have been arrested, police said on Saturday.
Family tries to hide girl's rape by grandfather17/10/2014 7:34
A seven-year-old girl has been removed from her family after it emerged that relatives attempted to cover up that she had been raped by her grandfather, the KwaZulu-Natal social development department said on Thursday.
Excellence award for KZN professor17/10/2014 12:29
A University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) professor, Simon Mukwembi, is one of five award recipients of the 2014 national excellence in teaching and learning awards.
Report under spotlight17/10/2014 12:15
Explosive details of an attempt to label a municipal official as “racist”, tender collusion and possible fraud are contained in a report on a council-appointed probe. The allegation of the racist email rocked Endumeni municipality in May in Dundee in the northern KwaZulu-Natal.
20-year jail terms for durban rapists16/10/2014 19:42
Two men who raped a woman last year were each handed 20-year jail terms in the Durban Regional Court on Thursday, the National Prosecuting Authority said.
Fight fraud and corruption: Mchunu16/10/2014 15:07
KwaZulu-Natal premier Senzo Mchunu on Thursday called on heads of departments to intensify their fight against fraud and corruption.
Bards and their poetry in KZN16/10/2014 2:06
The annual Poetry Africa International Poetry Festival is an investment in the local arts scene in line with the mandate to develop artists, especially the youth of the province.
Help police nab kidnap suspects16/10/2014 2:04
Police in Newcastle are appealing to anyone who can help them arrest Shiplo Shiplo and Bongani Makhaye Sithole who allegedly robbed and kidnapped two Bangladeshi foreign nationals.
‘Our lifestyle is killing us’16/10/2014 2:00
South Africans are so focused on the fight against HIV-Aids that they often lose sight of non-communicable diseases creeping up on the nation.
Oceans could add one million jobs: Zuma15/10/2014 16:02
South Africa's oceans if exploited and managed properly could add one million jobs to the economy and R177 billion to the country's gross domestic product by 2033, President Jacob Zuma said on Wednesday.