Triple murder: Father describes finding his wife and daughters dead

Durban in the News: Triple murder: Father describes finding his wife and daughters dead: A KwaZulu-Natal father has described how he discovered the remains of his wife and two daughters who were brutally murdered in Phoenix, north of Durban. Video evidence to be used against KZN man accused of raping stepdaughter 900 times: Video footage allegedly showing a 10-year-old girl being forced to participate in sexual acts will form part of vital evidence against her stepfather who is accused of raping her, the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban … [Read more...]

Finding Form – Featured Durban Blog

Finding Form: The Cell C Sharks have enjoyed some good form of late, looking to close out the pool stages in style ahead of the upcoming Vodacom Super Rugby play-offs with the final three weeks left to contest first.   Cell C Sharks assistant coach Nick Easter attributes the change of form from earlier inconsistent play to the point where the team has put together four very good performances to a number of factors.   “The guys have been continually striving to improve this season,” he explains. “There were a few new systems and … [Read more...]

Almost a Third of SA Adults are Obese – Study Finding

Almost a Third of SA Adults are Obese – Study Finding: Associate Professor, Benn Sartorius. Three out of every 10 adult people in South Africa are obese with the number of overweight folk – especially Black women – continuing to rise. This is according to a global research report co-authored by Associate Professor Benn Sartorius of Public Health Medicine at UKZN and published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. The study – titled: “Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity in 195 Countries over 25 years” –  also … [Read more...]

Almost a Third of SA Adults are Obese – Study Finding

Almost a Third of SA Adults are Obese – Study Finding: Associate Professor, Benn Sartorius Three out of every 10 adult people in South Africa are obese with the number of overweight folk – especially Black women – continuing to rise. This is according to a global research report co-authored by Associate Professor Benn Sartorius of Public Health Medicine at UKZN and published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. The study – titled: “Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity in 195 Countries over 25 years” –  also found … [Read more...]