Ten designers destined for Italy22/8/2014 2:15
The Ethekwini municipality kicked off the four day Durban fashion fair with the news that it will again send 10 fashion designers to Milan in Italy to study and polish up their fashion skills.
Investigation into woman's fall from cliff22/8/2014 12:20
“We can confirm that Ndwedwe police station is investigating an inquest docket into what happened in the Ndwede area,” said police spokesperson Thulani Zwane
Authorities investigate KZN gang-rape video21/8/2014 8:36
Police and the KwaZulu-Natal community safety department are investigating a video of an alleged gang-rape of a high school girl after a matric dance, the department said on Wednesday.
Former police spokesman in court21/8/2014 7:31
Former KwaZulu-Natal police spokesman Vincent Mdunge, accused of fraudulently presenting a fake matric certificate when he joined the police, is expected to appear in the Durban Regional Court on Thursday.
Department spends R40m on academy21/8/2014 4:02
In her budget speech, MEC Ntombikayise Sibhidla-Saphetha announced the department had secured the funding from the Treasury.
Investing in education21/8/2014 3:58
The South African business sector has shown an increasing interest in supporting an integrated education intervention that comprises a cost effective and sustainable model for school improvements.
Record entries set for Mandela marathon20/8/2014 3:56
At last, the much anticipated Mandela Day Marathon seems to be on its way to attracting 10000 runners after failing to do so in two previous attempts.
Attend forums, urges MEC20/8/2014 3:47
The MEC for cooperative governance and traditional affairs, Nomusa Dube-Ncube, has urged all the key local government role players to attend service delivery forums.
Boost for scarce skills20/8/2014 3:40
A new public-private partnership has been launched in eThekwini to encourage school pupils to study towards engineering and technical qualifications from an early age.
Nat Nakasa is home at last20/8/2014 12:13
A sombre mood greeted the arrival of the remains of renowned journalist Nathaniel “Nat” Nakasa at King Shaka International Airport in Durban yesterday.
Nakasa's remains arrive in Durban19/8/2014 19:57
Nakasa's coffin was brought from the plane to the airport's cargo section, where a guard of honour by Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association members accompanied it into a marquee.
Concern over weed in water19/8/2014 2:42
The Nkomba estuary in Pennington on the South Coast is under the spotlight over the presence of a plant which causes the decrease of oxygen in the water.
Support for Palestine is just – Tutu19/8/2014 2:36
The pursuit of justice for the people of Palestine is a righteous cause that the people of Israel should support, according to Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.