Minors to plea not guilty16/9/2014 4:55
Three minors, who were expected to plead guilty to their role in killing and decapitating a prostitute, told the Durban Regional Court yesterday, that they intended pleading not guilty.
City takes high road to repairs16/9/2014 4:51
The well resourced city of Durban, which is modernising its road infrastructure to meet international standards, is preparing to take over the maintenance of 21 roads that are currently under the care of the provincial department of transport.
Three appear for shallcross murder15/9/2014 4:37
The case against three minors implicated in the murder of a woman who was decapitated was expected to continue in the Durban Regional Court on Monday.
It’s now Prince Zuma15/9/2014 1:25
It’s your “royal highness” for businessman Khulubuse Zuma, 44, after his marriage to Swazi princess Fikisiwe Dlamini, 33.
Two men die in KZN accident14/9/2014 22:09
Two men died and another man was injured when a heavy goods truck towing a container overturned and landed on top of a light delivery vehicle on Sunday evening, paramedics said.
Nkandla veggie packhouse not for Zumas14/9/2014 14:17
A vegetable packing warehouse built near President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home was for the benefit of the community, the KwaZulu-Natal department of co-operative governance said on Sunday.
3 killed in KZN collision14/9/2014 3:32
Three people were killed and four others were injured on Saturday when the cars they were travelling in collided on the R618 in Umkhanyakude, KwaZulu-Natal emergency services said.
Nakasa's reburial closes tragic chapter13/9/2014 14:21
The reburial of anti-apartheid journalist Nat Nakasa closed a tragic chapter of South Africa's history, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa said on Saturday.
KZN drug dealer arrested13/9/2014 13:09
A man was arrested for dealing and possession of drugs in Shallcross, Durban, police said on Saturday.
KZN premier attends Nakasa memorial13/9/2014 13:06
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu and SA National Editors' Forum (Sanef) executive director Mathatha Tsedu were among those who attended the memorial service of anti-apartheid journalist Nat Nakasa in Durban on Saturday.
KZN man sentenced for animal abuse13/9/2014 11:49
A man from Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal, has been sentenced to a R10,000 fine or 12 months in prison for abusing of his 22 dogs, the Weekend Witness reported on Saturday.