Broken bureaucracy violating prisoners’ rights

Sifiso Tembe may or may not be guilty. But he has definitely not been given a fair trial process

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News | 10 May 2022

Slain Durban activist knew she was in danger

Nokuthula Mabaso was killed in front of her children

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News | 9 May 2022

Nando’s gets the stick for firing a man who tasted its carrots

Durban Labour Court rules that a man fired after “consumption of stock without authorisation” be reinstated

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Law | 25 April 2022

Anguish of father of two sisters swept away by Msunduzi River

The municipality says recovery efforts will continue when water levels subside

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Brief | 22 April 2022

Teenager still missing after Durban floods

Asemahle Mazeka’s family was rescued from trees but she has not been found

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Brief | 19 April 2022

Thousands left destitute to face another storm expected to hit KZN this weekend

About 300 people living in a community hall near Durban need clothes, food and other essentials

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News | 14 April 2022

Devastating floods wreak havoc in eThekwini

Houses collapse in Ntuzuma north of Durban

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News | 12 April 2022

Operation Dudula members march through Durban’s city centre

The launch of the movement in Durban comes as President Ramaphosa cautions against “deeply disturbing” acts against immigrants

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News | 11 April 2022

KZN learners miss school because they can’t cross the river during heavy rains

Residents say they have waited years for a bridge

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Brief | 8 April 2022

“Maggots crawl up your legs”: toilets in Siyathuthuka settlement are filthy

Ablution blocks have been closed since 2018 and chemical toilets are overflowing

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News | 29 March 2022

Rape accused set free pending DNA tests, goes on to rape and murder a child

Judge flags tragic consequences of DNA test backlog

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Law | 22 March 2022

IPID to probe Durban police after two people shot in a week

Housing movement Abahlali BaseMjondolo blames police for the death of the latest victim

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News | 15 March 2022

Housing activist murdered in Durban

SERI calls for urgent investigation into Cato Manor police and other officials following Ayanda Ngila’s death

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News | 9 March 2022

Parents shut down school in Pietermaritzburg

Department of Education has not yet fixed classrooms damaged by storm

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Brief | 2 March 2022

“Bullied” into silence over use of corporal punishment at school, says parent

Learners of Siqongweni Secondary say they are beaten and this appears to be supported by video evidence

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Brief | 28 February 2022