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Prescription drug poses new threat to youths
Prescription drug poses new threat to youths
Nozipho*, a confident grade 12 learner, is keen to talk about drugs. Her brother committed suicide after becoming hooked on whoonga (low-grade...
eThekwini stutters as polling gets underway
eThekwini stutters as polling gets underway
Service delivery protests and the continuing strike by council workers in the eThekwini Metro caused delays this morning to the opening of polling...
[Video]KZN flood death toll rises to 51
[Video]KZN flood death toll rises to 51
At least 51 people have been killed in flooding which has devastated parts of Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Let our children play – and inspire them to read and learn
Let our children play – and inspire them to read and learn
I was born and bred in the township of Umlazi in KwaZulu-Natal. It is the fourth-largest township in South Africa and the only township with its...
ANC KZN conference marred by member’s fatal shooting
ANC KZN conference marred by member’s fatal shooting
The ANC’s staging of a successful KwaZulu-Natal provincial conference has been marred by the fatal shooting of a member of the party at...
Glebelands hostel murder suspects to apply for bail
Glebelands hostel murder suspects to apply for bail
Several suspects― one of them a police officer― accused of murder and conspiring to kill Glebelands hostel dwellers, are expected to appear in...
Moerane report may be released after all
Moerane report may be released after all
The KwaZulu-Natal government has done an about-turn on making public the final report of the Moerane commission into political killings in the...
Bowled over by a bursary
Bowled over by a bursary
It’s a tiny brick house at the bottom of a grass slope on a congested road in Umlazi’s C section. The front door leads directly into a sparsely...
Deaths cast shadow over ‘peace plan’
Deaths cast shadow over ‘peace plan’
Four months after KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu’s high-profile announcement of a peace deal and R10-million security plan at the violence-torn...
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...
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...

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