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Paddy Harper

KwaZulu-Natal communities hold the line against looting

As the looting continues in some parts of KwaZulu Natal, other parts are fighting back and yet others have been left with nothing

91 dead as KwaZulu-Natal remains volatile

One of the key suspects believed to be behind the attempted insurrection has been arrested

For the first time in my life, I’m all out of jokes

I’m no longer in fear of the virus. But it’s not because I got my jab. It’s because other fears have taken over. Who knows when I’ll get groceries, or petrol, nevermind a vaccine

Troops arrive in KwaZulu-Natal as death toll reaches 26

With tensions escalating in predominantly Indian and white suburbs, where residents have mobilised to defend themselves and their property, premier Sihle Zikalala said residents had a right to do so

ANC will ‘never’ tolerate attempts to respond to judicial or legal processes by threats and acts of violence’

Deputy secretary Jessie Duarte says party will act against any of its members found fanning the flames of violence

Vaccination sites, burial and cremations all closed until further notice in Durban

City clinics and community vaccine centres closed along with crematoria and cemeteries

All public transport in KZN stops as looting spreads

More than 120 people have already been arrested for looting and public violence in the province

ConCourt gets uBaba to Estcourt

Our most ‘gangster’ ex-president chooses jail over testifying at Zondo. Our columnist – not half as hard – picks the jab over Covid

How JZ was swayed to surrender

Jacob Zuma met his deadline to hand himself in by minutes but convincing him took much longer

SIU tells Cyril to axe Zweli

Digital Vibes company, controlled by the health minister’s ‘comrade’, was favoured over firms that tendered at about half the price

Zuma goes to prison as the clock ran down on ConCourt order to effect warrant

In the absence of any ruling amending that of the apex court, the police minister and commissioner risked being in contempt too if they failed to detain the former president to begin serving his 15-month sentence

Once they were comrades, now Cele arrests Zuma, who fired him as police commissioner

Bheki Cele and Jacob Zuma share a relationship dating back to the 1980s

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