KZN eager to defend title21/9/2014 23:51
The indigenous games team from KwaZulu-Natal is confident of remaining champions for the fourth year in a row at the national Indigenous Games in Pretoria this week.
World youth convene to save rhino21/9/2014 23:49
Over 140 youth members are currently gathering in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi game reserve to deliberate on how to save the threatened rhinos.
Quest to trace forbears21/9/2014 23:47
It has been a bittersweet journey for a Durban man whose five-year quest to trace his roots ended in a poverty-stricken village in India recently.
Life sentence for KZN child rapist19/9/2014 14:32
A man convicted of raping a 10-year-old girl in Mpumalanga township in KwaZulu-Natal has been sentenced to life imprisonment, police said on Friday.
Gandhi Trust instils good values18/9/2014 23:45
The Gandhi Development Trust (GDT) yesterday launched its early childhood development (ECD) values education programme on Phoenix, aimed at moulding children into becoming socially responsible and caring citizens.
Matrics count down18/9/2014 23:43
Kwazulu-Natal has registered the highest number of full-time matric candidates with 147605 expected to sit for the 2014 exams that start in the next 38 days, the department of basic education announced yesterday.
Durban is ‘winning bet’17/9/2014 23:40
The city touted its attraction yesterday at a two day investment and business road show it’s organised in conjunction with the Durban Chamber of Commerce and that will wrap up today.
‘Don’t vote for corrupt leaders’17/9/2014 23:39
Hlengwa made the comment during an address at a South African Democratic Students Movement, (Sadesmo) rally at the Mangosuthu University of Technology.
Minister appeals to teachers not to resign17/9/2014 23:38
The Minister of Women in the Presidency, Susan Shabangu, has called on the National Teachers Union (Natu) to advise their members not to resign just to get their pensions because that could ruin their future.
Jessie Jackson for Satma awards17/9/2014 23:37
American civil rights advocate Reverend Jessie Jackson will be the special guest at this year’s South African Traditional Music Achievement (Satma) awards.
Holiday Swap lures tourists17/9/2014 23:36
This province is the leading destination for domestic travellers in South Africa and aims to get the emerging black middle class to visit its shores as it continues to push for dominance in the sector.
IFP accuses ANC of bribing voters17/9/2014 17:33
The IFP accused the ANC on Wednesday of buying votes with food parcels during by-elections in Mthonjaneni, Melmoth in KwaZulu-Natal.
Pinetown truck driver to plead guilty17/9/2014 11:56
The Swazi national whose lorry ploughed through a Pinetown intersection killing 24 people is set to plead guilty to 24 counts of culpable homicide next month.