Two men were arrested for allegedly killing and robbing a Chinese foreign national in Kokstad.
Ater five years in jail for killing her husband, Philisiwe Dlamini believed proving her innocence would secure her freedom.
Schools in KwaZulu-Natal that are battling to make ends meet because of rapidly-changing pupil dynamics could be thrown a lifeline.
Two held for killing Chinese shopkeep ...
Red tape delays mom’s release
MEC eyes more poor schools
Mental check for matricide accused
Police warn against insurance fraud
More KwaZulu Natal
Protctor probes botched circumcisions
Deputy public protector Kevin Malunga will help probe the issues surrounding botched circumcisions.
Pretoria street names battle rages on
Two murdered in Mpumalanga
Guard wounded during ATM bombings
Killers ‘were hired by politicians’
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‘Lobster restitution terrific’
“We historically have been one of the largest consumers of South African rock lobster...”
Skipper ‘told keep two sets of record ...
Workers want slice of R294m pie
Carbon tax boss has difficult task
JSE stocks end lower
Bafana’s World Cup lifeline
Bafana have been given a glimmer of hope as prospects of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup tip-toe back from the dead.
Neymar backs Brazil protests
Proteas choked, admits Kirsten
Wimbledon blues for Anderson, De Voes ...
Proteas wilt against England
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