RFA calls on Ramaphosa to urgently intervene and prevent truck attacks
The Road Freight Association claims that Police Minister Bheki Cele has failed in assisting the industry and this has led to at least 29 trucks being attacked since last Thursday.
Ongoing freight industry violence claims life of 45-year-old truck driver
Police said they have opened a case of murder after the deceased was found with gunshot and burnt wounds.
Protesting eThekwini EPWP workers vow to keep demonstrating until demands met
The workers said that they were dissappointed because eThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda had so far refused their calls for a meeting.
MKMVA once again targets foreign-owned shops in KZN
The group led yet another protest in the city on Monday – this time placing solidarity with disgruntled truck drivers who claimed that their jobs were being taken by foreigners.
SAPS, eThekwini Metro invest R250m into crime-fighting initiative
The Safer Cities concept was launched in Durban on Friday by Deputy Police Minister Cassel Mathale and National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole.
Zikalala: KZN authorities to intensify campaign to remove illegal immigrants
Reacting to calls for action on the recent xenophobic violence in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala called on locals to embrace social cohesion and for foreign nationals to ensure that they are in the country legally.
Durban xenophobic attack victims to lobby international media over their plight
Two weeks ago, foreign nationals operating shops in the Workshop area of the Durban CBD were attacked and asked to leave the country.
Hlabisa: ANC's failure to respond on Gumede removal resulted in IFP court action
The IFP has now approached the Pietermaritzburg High Court in a bid to overturn Zandile Gumede’s appointment as a member of the KZN legislature.
Santaco, transport authorities pledge to curb festive season road deaths
Transport MEC Bheki Ntuli said close to 1,500 people died on KZN roads so far this year and added he hoped the partnership with Santaco would help reduce avoidable deaths.
IFP files court papers challenging Zandile Gumede’s appointment as MPL
This case is expected to be heard on 14 January 2021.
Zikalala says decision to reshuffle Cabinet was to accelerate transformation
The move, seen as a result of factional battles within the African National Congress, was already criticised by political parties and analysts.
KZN Premier Zikalala reshuffles his Cabinet
Former Finance MEC Ravi Pillay has been moved to the Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Department, thus assuming the role of the province’s leader of government business. Nomusa Dube-Ncube will now head the Finance department.
Late KZN deputy Speaker Mluleki Ndobe to be laid to rest on Saturday
Mluleki Ndobe's body was found last Friday and it’s believed he committed suicide.
Foreign nationals living in Durban want to leave SA amid xenophobic violence
Some members of the MKMVA in KwaZulu-Natal, accompanied by homeless people, are believed to have been among those who ransacked and shut down shops owned by foreign nationals.
Preliminary vote counting shows DA the biggest loser in by-elections
While results are still being tallied, with the final outcome expected to be announced at midday, the DA appears to have lost at least eight seats in Gauteng, the North West, Northern Cape and the Western Cape.
Ex-KZN top cop Ngobeni and co-accused could face further charge of racketeering
The NPA told the Durban Commercial Crimes Court on Wednesday that it still needed to meet with the National Director of Public Prosecutions, Advocate Shamila Batohi, to add racketeering on the charge sheet.
IEC chair urges voters to make mark in by-elections to strengthen democracy
More than 400 candidates are contesting the elections in 55 municipalities across all nine provinces.
Ex-KZN top cop Ngobeni, Panday expected in court on corruption charges
Ngobeni and Panday are charged together with former police captain Ashwin Narianpersad and Navin Madhoe.