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[Slideshow]Xenophobic violence continues unabated in Durban
[Slideshow]Xenophobic violence continues unabated in Durban
As xenophobic violence spreads through Durban, scenes of angry mobs, violent clashes, burnt shops and displaced foreign nationals harks back to 2008's tumult.
South Africans united against xenophobia on social media
South Africans united against xenophobia on social media
The attacks on foreign nationals in KwaZulu-Natal have sparked an outrage on social media, with many users condemning the xenophobic...
Peaceful voting as police keep an eye on KwaMashu Hostel
Peaceful voting as police keep an eye on KwaMashu Hostel
KwaMashu Hostel, which falls under Durban's ward 39, is the only one in the eThekwini Metro controlled by the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP). It has...
No end in sight to KwaMashu hostel violence
No end in sight to KwaMashu hostel violence
When the inter-ministerial committee responsible for the general elections strode into the dense and vast KwaMashu hostel north-west of Durban,...
IFP murder accused continues bail hearing
IFP murder accused continues bail hearing
The investigating officer, Captain Cedric Nthenga, told the court on Thursday there were two eyewitness statements. When cross-examined however he...
Violence between IFP, NFP supporters erupts in KwaMashu
Violence between IFP, NFP supporters erupts in KwaMashu
South African Press Association reporter Giordano Stolley lost his car in the unrest in the Durban township on Sunday.
Wheels of justice turn slowly as political killings escalate
Wheels of justice turn slowly as political killings escalate
A 1998 non-governmental organisation report said that political assassinations in South Africa escalated after 1984: between 1985 and 1989 there were...
Zuma takes in IFP areas on campaign trail
Zuma takes in IFP areas on campaign trail
President Jacob Zuma exhorted voters to go to the ballots on May 18 at an African National Congress (ANC) rally at KwaMashu's Rotary Sports Ground...
Top judge slams Zuma court protests
Top judge slams Zuma court protests
KwaZulu-Natal Judge President Vuka Tshabalala has criticised protests by African National Congress president Jacob Zuma's supporters at courts...
Police offer reward after top cop slain
Police offer reward after top cop slain
Police are offering a R200 000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the men who gunned down a senior police officer in Durban's...
SA must 'recognise Zulu kingdom'
SA must 'recognise Zulu kingdom'
Inkatha Freedom Party leader and traditional prime minister of the Zulu nation Mangosuthu Buthelezi on Saturday called for the recognition of the...

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