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Racehorse owner admits to spilling drink on Zuma

The man accused of spilling his drink on President Jacob Zuma during the Durban July last year admitted in court on Tuesday that he done so.

Jubilation as sugar-cane serial killer sentenced

A court has sentenced serial killer Thozamile Taki to 13 life sentences -- one for each of the women he killed -- plus a further 208 years.

Court finds brothers guilty of pub murder

Two former police officers were on Monday found guilty by a court of killing four men, apparently following an argument over the size of genitals.

KZN ANCYL to back Malema in 2011

The KwaZulu-Natal ANCYL has backed the re-election of Julius Malema as president at the league's national elective conference next year.

Malema puts positive spin on disciplinary hearing

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema was not bitter about being subjected to a disciplinary hearing by the ANC, he said in KwaZulu-Natal.

Zuma preaches unity at May Day rally

Members of the tripartite alliance were not there to please one another, President Jacob Zuma said at a May Day rally in Durban on Saturday.

Vavi calls for crackdown on corrupt officials

Politics will be seen as dirty if government officials continue to be corrupt, said Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi on Friday.

Winnie: Fatima Meer a ‘friend, mother, comrade’

Late activist Fatima Meer's house should be declared a national heritage site, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said on Saturday.

Malema says govt must go after gold, platinum mines

Gold and platinum mines should be nationalised first as they were the most profitable, ANCYL president Julius Malema said in Durban on Monday.

Cele: 2010 plans meet world standard

Security plans for the Fifa World Cup meet international standards and have been used as a benchmark by the UN, Bheki Cele said on Wednesday.

Zim man tells court of xenophobic horror

A Zimbabwean on Thursday told the Durban Regional Court how foreigners were forced to jump from a high-rise building.

KZN to probe matric leak claims

The KZN education department and police are investigating allegations of matric exam paper leaks, Senzo Mchunu said on Thursday.

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