The distances the kids next door have to cover to get to school are lost on Zuma, who is blindly feathering his nest, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Pupils living in rural areas battle rivers, snakes and rough weather to get an education, even though the authorities are meant to provide transport.
The election of Blade Nzimande's ally and South African Communist Party provincial chairperson made for an interesting realignment of ANC politics.
Poor patients will be the biggest casualty if the National Health Laboratory Service collapses.
KZN judge president Chiman Patel is retiring early, amid racial divisions in the province.
The Mail & Guardian visited three homes in KZN where children with intellectual and physical disabilities are missing out on the opportunity to learn.
Those talented enough to make it to KwaZulu's top cricketing schools face enormous language, cultural and academic challenges.
Taking cricket to KwaZulu-Natal's impoverished areas presents several challenges, but the rewards are great.
Mining threatens the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, a unique wilderness where the fundamentals of life confront you. Go see this KZN Eden.
A man in KwaZulu-Natal has been arrested in connection with the election-day murder of Thando Mhlongo. But the motive for her killing is unknown.
While the ANC has firmly established itself in KZN, the country's official opposition now has its foot in the door.
Analysts say moving officers into violence hot spots is not enough to help the province quash its history of politically related conflict.
We visit the key voting province of KwaZulu-Natal to discover how successful the ANC, IFP and NFP have been as they vie for support in the elections.
The hatchets have been buried for now and the ANC is going all out to secure victory.
How hard work and a willingness to learn, plus a bit of luck, transformed a life.
Three men allegeldy opened fire on police officers who had stopped along a road in KwaDukuza to investigate a suspicious vehicle.
The KwaZulu-Natal health department says new measures have been put in place to tackle the high maternal and child mortality rate in the province.
KwaZulu-Natal traffic officers have allegedly stopped drivers at the Mooi River Toll plaza on the N3 and forced them to take HIV tests.
Observers say an apparent lack of hard evidence raises questions about Wandile Mkhize's killers