Alleged Glenwood Woolworths looter Mbuso Moloi due back in court for bail bid
In a video widely shared on social media, Mbuso Moloi could be seen running out of a Woolworths outlet, carrying one of their signature black baskets and placing it in the boot of a silver Mercedes AMG C Class coupe.
DA: Parly inquiry into unrest not an attempt to protect ANC
The party has held a media briefing outlining its expectations from the planned inquiry.
IFP mourns passing of national youth chairperson Mthokozisi Nxumalo
The 32-year-old Member of Parliament was killed in a car accident on Sunday night in Nongoma, in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
ConCourt rules Qwelane article is tantamount to hate speech
Qwelane penned an article in the Sunday Sun newspaper in 2008 titled: 'Call Me Names – But Gay Is Not Ok'.
3 bodies found at a clothing store in Durban CBD
A Ginger Bhangwandas clothing store is among those looted and set alight during deadly unrest in South Africa this month.
KZN govt begins work to rebuild communities torn by racial tension
Racial tensions were reignited in various suburban areas in KZN after some residents put up barricades and checkpoints, effectively impeding the free movement of others during the recent riots.
Suspects linked to deadly Phoenix violence expected to apply for bail
At the last appearance of the accused on Monday, the NPA refused to name them saying, an identity parade was still outstanding. The media, and members of the public were denied access to the proceedings, which were held in camera.
KZN declares state of disaster following unrest and looting
This follows deadly civil unrest that occurred over two weeks ago.
Sadtu KZN: Most primary schools in province not ready to welcome back all pupils
Sadtu said that many schools still faced problems, including overcrowding and inconsistent access to water and sanitation.
KZN Sadtu, DA say no to primary school pupils returning at the same time
Primary school pupils nationwide are expected to resume daily classes from Monday.
KZN Education Dept pleased with resumption of classes despite safety concerns
Deadly protests and looting two weeks ago claimed over 130 lives in the province and reignited racial tensions in small towns such as Phoenix, north of Durban.
IFP commends law enforcement for arresting suspects linked to Phoenix murders
Police have so far arrested 11 suspects linked to deadly violence in Phoenix.
Case involving 10 suspects arrested for deadly Phoenix unrest postponed
The small town, north of Durban, became well-known over a week ago after 20 people were killed in what some have linked to acts of vigilantism.
KZN Education MEC to school pupils: Phoenix should be a place for all South Africans
KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu toured high schools in Phoenix on 26 July 2021. The visit was to ensure that pupils and educators would be safe to return to schools after violence and looting hit the town and other parts of the province.
KZN teacher unions appeal to govt to ensure justice served after Phoenix murders
A large contingent of soldiers and police have been deployed to the north Durban town following deadly scenes of violence and allegations of vigilantism.
KZN Education MEC assures Phoenix schools of their safety in wake of riots
KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu, who toured local high schools on Monday morning, has assured the community that safety measures had been put in place to guarantee a peaceful return to schools on Monday.
Zikalala outlines plans to rebuild battered KZN economy following unrest
It’s estimated that 129,000 jobs are on the line in eThekwini alone, following mass lootings and violent protests that claimed over 300 lives nationwide.
Residents asked to assist in identifying 57 bodies at Phoenix mortuary
The province's Health MEC Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu said they believed most of those there were killed in recent violence in Phoenix, but this was yet to be confirmed.