It should be frowned upon for a minister or proxy to call a CEO of a state entity enquiring about opportunities for comrades, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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The organisers of the Capital City Marathon seem to have had more luck attracting sponsors than entries for their first race in Maritzburg next month.
Conveyancing attorneys have become the latest targets of cyber scammers because of large money transfers taking place between clients and the attorney firms for the purchase of properties.
While murdered Pietermaritzburg businesswoman Kavitha Nerputh was fighting a harassment case in court, she still took the time to care for the wellbeing of those around her, her former lawyer has said.
A Couple in Woodlands feel helpless after repeatedly reporting a maintenance hole that overflows after heavy rains, flooding Mbhokodo Road and their home.
Taxis illegally parked on Greyling Street and Walthew Square Road in the vicinity of Alston Primary School are proving to be a nuisance to residents there.
A local woman fears her brother is in limbo as he struggles to get placed in any school this year.
Days before Pietermaritzburg businesswoman Kavitha Nerputh was found strangled to death, locked in her luxury SUV at a secluded spot in Alexandra Park, she feared for her life and that of her family.
A suspect has been arrested after being on the run for two years after allegedly killing a policeman.
With only weeks to go before the ANC’s crucial Moses Mabhida regional conference, key ANC figures have said that none of the party’s 88 branches in region are in good standing, and divisions and a leadership vacuum have rendered the organisation inca
The coach of the South African Futsal team has blasted the SA Football Association (Safa) for having a lack of respect for the team after it was pulled out of the prestigious Futsal African Cup of Nations at the eleventh hour because of civil conflic
24 debt collectors will help the city recover its money for rates and services rendered.
Traders at Howick Falls have been dealt yet another blow, after a section of the thatched roof they trade under collapsed after recent heavy rain and winds in the area.
The City’s management is tightening financial controls and considering freezing overtime in some departments to curb abuse which has seen monthly claims hitting more than R7 million.
In a dramatic twist of events, KZN Social Development Department managers who last year hounded the department’s head, Nokuthula Khanyile, out of her job, accusing her of graft, are now themselves facing the axe.
Hours before the threats to her life finally culminated in what she had feared the most, a desperate Kavitha Nerputh went to police to ask for protection.
City administrator Sibusiso Sithole is determined to have the last word on Msunduzi’s mid-term adjustment budget, which he wants “scrutinised thoroughly” before adoption by council.
Disgruntled Pietermaritzburg residents locked the gates of a community clinic on Monday demanding that the potholes in Bhakabha Road in Willowfountain be fixed.
Condolences have been pouring in following the murder of Pietermaritzburg businesswoman Kavitha Nerputh.
GEORGETOWN High School pupils and teachers have been without water because the school owes Msunduzi Municipality about R2 million.
A woman has complained of being mocked by City Hall staff for her Arabic name and for not providing a praise name.
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