Mall collapse inquiry continues24/7/2014 7:23
The inquiry into the collapse of the Tongaat Mall, in which two people were killed, will continue on Thursday.
Fuleni mine’s future in doubt24/7/2014 5:46
The Mineral Resources Department is awaiting the outcome of public consultations with regard to the proposed Fuleni Anthracite Coal mine in iMfolozi Wilderness Area on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal, before taking a decision on the mine’s future.
ANC task team praised24/7/2014 2:50
Cosatu president Sdumo Dlamini says intervention by the ANC task team has restored stability in the union.
KZN man jailed for life for rape, murder23/7/2014 20:53
A man has been sentenced to life in jail by the Scottburgh Regional Court for the kidnap, rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Amandawe, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Wednesday.
Woman dies in KZN accident23/7/2014 19:07
A woman died and five people were injured on Wednesday afternoon in a head-on collision on the M4 near Umdloti, KwaZulu-Natal, paramedics said.
Tongaat mall concrete not tested23/7/2014 12:29
Strength tests were never carried out on the concrete used in the columns supporting the ill-fated Tongaat Mall, a commission of inquiry heard on Wednesday.
King weds sixth wife23/7/2014 3:14
President Jacob Zuma and former president Thabo Mbeki are expected to attend the traditional nuptials of King Goodwill Zwelithini, 66 to Swazi-born Queen Zola Mafu over the weekend.
The best for Madiba23/7/2014 2:17
Athletes from top running countries like Zimbabwe, Malawi, Ethiopia, the US, UK and Germany have shown interest in the upcoming Mandela Day marathon to take place on August 31.
NFP denies facing a financial crisis23/7/2014 2:13
“It was foolish for the people to see the auction board in front of the building and assuming that we are bankrupt. We have been paying our rental without fail but the owner indicated from the beginning that he was selling the building,” she said.
Sadtu hails textbooks move23/7/2014 2:10
Teacher's unions have welcomed the move by the KZN education department to remove the middleman in the delivery of school textbooks.
Madonsela visits local complaining of Ezemvelo23/7/2014 2:03
Facing an internal revolt from its workers who are demanding better salaries, Ezemvelo is now facing the wrath of Ulundi residents who are demanding to be compensated for damages inflicted by wild game on them and their livestock.
Five alleged poachers in KZN court22/7/2014 19:27
Five alleged rhino poachers, arrested at the Phinda Game Reserve on the weekend, appeared in court on Tuesday, KwaZulu-Natal police said.