KZN a haven for gun toting assassins – IFP

Durban in the News:

KZN a haven for gun toting assassins – IFP: IFP Member of Provincial Legislature Blessed Gwala has called for a thorough investigation into the proliferation of illegal firearms in KwaZulu-Natal, warning that the province is increasingly becoming a haven for gun toting assassins. ()

Man shoots his own hand in road rage outburst: A man has shot himself in the hand during a road rage confrontation on the M13 in Fields Hill, KwaZulu-Natal. ()

Durban’s Metro Police chief takes bosses to court: Durban’s controversial Metro Police chief Eugene Nzama is taking his bosses to court, claiming he is being sidelined, ignored and, as a consequence, is unable to do his job. ()

Bok prop off to France: Pau have announced that Springbok prop Lourens Adriaanse will join them from the 2017/18 season on a three-year deal. ()

Hawks inching ahead with Nigerian ‘prophet’ sex abuse probe: The Hawks say they have made progress in their investigation of a Nigerian “prophet” who allegedly sexually abused young women from his church. ()

‘We will not apologise’ – ANCYL KZN on Kathrada memorial disruption: The ANCYL in KwaZulu-Natal has reiterated that it will not apologise for “unruly behaviour” at the memorial service of struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada. ()

Div: Bosch a once-in-a-generation player: Peter de Villiers believes Sharks playmaker Curwin Bosch is an exceptional talent who should be managed properly. ()

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