Political killings inquiry hears of KZN’s ‘culture of blood’

Durban in the News:

Political killings inquiry hears of KZN’s ‘culture of blood’: The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Professor Paulus Zulu was testifying on day two of the second sitting of the commission after a recess in June.

South Africans reflect on #MandelaDay: Social media users share their thoughts on #MandelaDay

Farmers seek strawberry fields forever: The farm employs 23 permanent staff and between 30 and 100 seasonal workers

eThekwini manager hit by staff exodus: The eThekwini municipal manager, Sipho Nzuza, says high profile resignations, retirements, suspensions and dismissals have left him “feeling concerned”.

Mortuary workers accuse trade unions of ‘selling out’: Some of the state forensic pathology workers, who signed the complaint, marched through the Durban CBD on Monday supported by paramedics and other Department of Health staff

Hit men for hire at Glebelands hostel: Political leaders and taxi bosses in KZN are allegedly hiring hit men based at the Glebelands hostel to assassinate opponents, the Moerane Commission of Inquiry heard.

Nzama ‘forced to retire’: Eugene Nzama, who has been at loggerheads with the eThekwini Municipality for some time now, is expected to be given a golden handshake of more than R10m

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