PICS | Man ends up in tree after being flung from bakkie

Durban in the News: PICS | Man ends up in tree after being flung from bakkie: A man was flung from his bakkie an landed up in a tree when he lost control of the vehicle on the M7 Durban-bound near the Winston Churchill offramp on Sunday. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

WATCH: Suspected KZN robbers arrested after high-speed police chase ends in dramatic crash

Durban in the News: WATCH: Suspected KZN robbers arrested after high-speed police chase ends in dramatic crash: KwaZulu-Natal police have arrested three suspected robbers after they crashed their getaway car, following a high-speed chase. KZN South Coast residents still without water after April floods: It has been more than a month now that "water outages" have plagued Port Edward and surrounding areas, affecting as many as 28 000 homes and more than 175 000 people. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu … [Read more...]

Beyond where the dirt road ends: 4 Generations & 100 years of trading

Beyond where the dirt road ends: 4 Generations & 100 years of trading: Ghost Mountain Inn in the 60s Photo: Supplied 100 years ago a penniless R.H. Rutherfoord headed into the northern areas of Zululand in search of labour. One wonders if he could ever have imagined that this would be the moment that he planted the seed for four generations of retailers. The Ndumu Group has grown from humble beginnings and has expanded significantly beyond retail and into property, investments and hospitality. 1918 was a tough time. R.H (as he was known) was a … [Read more...]

DUT wage talks impasse ends after govt steps in over protracted strike

Durban in the News: DUT wage talks impasse ends after govt steps in over protracted strike: Durban University of Technology is to reopen its doors, thanks to positive mediation between unions and management, the government has said. Couple still missing as third suspect is arrested in KZN kidnapping 'terrorism' case: Two of three suspects arrested so far in the kidnapping of a couple from Cape Town face charges for possibly contravening the Protection of Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorist and Related Activities Act. Students … [Read more...]