Tshwane is a litmus test for the DA. It can't be seen to be only opposing corruption when it happens in ANC-run governments, writes Adriaan Basson.
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The developer of the Hilton Life Private Hospital has won a R13,1 million claim against the uMgungundlovu District Municipality over past sewage removal.
Members of the National Health, Education and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) went on a rampage on Thursday as they called for two KZN MECs to be fired.
Less than half of the ANC KwaZulu-Natal's delegates pitched at the University of Zululand to be briefed by their leaders following a late night decision to cancel the consultative conference.
Pandemonium in Parliament delayed President Jacob Zuma’s stumbling State of the Nation Address by more than an hour last night as the so-called “white shirts” forcibly removed EFF members.
With crime on the rise and robberies, house break-ins and hijackings dominating headlines daily, community policing forums are an absolute must-have.
The vice-president of exploration company Rhino Oil and Gas said that the decision to reduce their area of exploration was based on “geological data”.
Scamsters operating in Pietermaritzburg’s CBD have upped their game using slick — and sometimes bizarre — methods to take people’s money.
While her fellow students continued with their protests for a zero percent fee increment in 2017, Zanele Mthethwa packed her bags and left for her home village in Empangeni.
Nonhlanhla Khumalo narrowly missed becoming the fifth Pietermaritzburg ANC member to be killed in a month, as campaigning ahead of the local government elections becomes increasingly fraught with danger.
A guidance counsellor from a prominent Pietermaritzburg primary school in the city’s suburbs is expected to appear in court today for allegedly molesting a seven-year-old pupil.
Two local families have not received insurance money that was supposed to have been paid out by the South African Football Association (Safa) following the deaths of their family members who had served under the association.
Load shedding is wreaking havoc in the city as it affects not only industry and traffic signals but has also resulted in sewage leaking into the Duzi River.
Watch as protesters get ready to torch a vehicle on Langalibalele Street in Pietermaritzburg, during a strike by minibus taxi drivers.
Two men accused of slaughtering donkeys, probably while the animals were still conscious, have been denied bail by a KwaZulu-Natal court.
A crowd of #FeesMustFall protesters, police in riot gear, stun grenades and razor wire formed the backdrop for Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) in Parliament on Wednesday.
There are just eight days to go until the Witness Rosetta Craft Beer festival.
People of Pietermaritzburg feel a strong sense of community, but their faith in the governance of the municipality is low.
The new Msunduzi mayor, Themba Njilo, says he wants to achieve a clean audit in each of his five years at the helm, and hopes to see the city returned to the beautiful, pristine condition it was once in.
After receiving an award for Msunduzi Municipality’s recent clean audit, the City management’s celebration was short-lived.
A man was killed and another injured when four men posing as passengers hijacked a minibus taxi in Edendale on Saturday.
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