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Isibaya cleaned up at the first Royalty Soapie Awards held at Durban's Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre on Saturday night.
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KwaZulu-Natal convener Vusi Khoza says the EFF is making headway and will surprise naysayers at the polls.
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When Louise Scott, the fiancee of Brett Williams, took a photo of him lovingly embracing their 4-year-old daughter Lailah, she had no idea it would be the last photo taken of the two together.
Urban e-tolling was to be extended to KwaZulu-Natal and the rest of the country, South Africa's national roads boss said in Durban last night, while lashing out at opponents of the much-criticised system.
Anyone who expected Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane to tackle gay rights does not understand SA's human rights position, says Peter Fabricius.
A call for the decriminalisation of sex work is at the top of the agenda for Sisonke sex workers' movement.
A group effort: Up to 40 musicians and producers were involved in the making of Gary Herselman's albulm.
Faith groups do more than just tolerate each other in the city's West end, they actively work against poverty.
From looking up at the stars, to peering into the eyes of a Tyrannosaurus-Rex, KwaZulu-Natal's museums provide a fresh alternative to peering into a computer screen when it comes to learning about the world in which we live.
Aspen Pharmacare, Africa's largest generic-drugs maker, posted a gain in first-half profit as the expansion of its international business outweighed sales growth in South Africa.
At least two out of every 100 Durban University of Technology students living in campus residences are engaged in prostitution to sustain their drug addictions.
A man has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and killing his 17-year-old girlfriend in Phoenix, outside Durban, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Thursday.
Paris, a Durban woman's precious pooch, is so small that she fits into a handbag - and despite her size, is brave enough to take on a bulldog.
She's the Queen Bee of local fund-raising, with all the right connections and know-how, and once again Sandy Day has Durban abuzz with her latest project.