100-year-old St Mary’s hospital on the brink of collapse, doctors warn

Durban in the News:

100-year-old St Mary’s hospital on the brink of collapse, doctors warn: Doctors at St Mary’s Hospital in Durban say patients’ lives are at risk and that the hospital is teetering on the bring of collapse.

Transcripts from Moerane Commission won’t be made public yet – chairperson: Transcripts from the Moerane Commission of Inquiry into political violence in KwaZulu-Natal have not been made public because key witnesses could be compromised, its chairperson says.

KZN man sentenced to life imprisonment for rape of 6-year-old niece: The KwaZulu-Natal acting police commissioner has commended police for their investigation into the rape of a six-year-old girl, after the child’s uncle was sentenced to life imprisonment.

One injured, road blocked in Durban protest: One person has been injured and traffic brought to a standstill in a Durban protest over the destruction of homes in an informal settlement.

Khoza blames inadequate security for Moses Mabhida violence: PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza has blamed inadequate security for the fan violence that occurred at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.

Sanco calls for lifetime ban of those responsible for Moses Mabhida Stadium violence: The South African National Civic Organisation has urged authorities to identify and ban those responsible and for stadium management to act proactively in future.

SAFA urges public to identify Moses Mabhida ‘hooligans’: SAFA have released a statement calling on members of the public to identify the “hooligans involved” after violence erupted at Moses Mabhida stadium.

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