AS IT HAPPENED: Delay in KZN premier receiving final Moerane Commission report

Durban in the News: AS IT HAPPENED: Delay in KZN premier receiving final Moerane Commission report: KZN Premier Willies Mchunu was meant to have officially received the final report from the Moerane Commission of inquiry, but the briefing was cancelled after a lengthy delay. AS IT HAPPENED: Cash-in-transit guards hand over memorandum, response expected within 14 days: Representatives from Gauteng Community Safety Department have received and signed the memorundum handed over by cash-in-transit guards, following a march in reaction to the … [Read more...]

AS IT HAPPENED: Chatsworth hijacking suspect claims police assault, moved to different prison

Durban in the News: AS IT HAPPENED: Chatsworth hijacking suspect claims police assault, moved to different prison: Sibonelo Mkhize, a suspect in the botched Chatsworth hijacking that led to the death of 9-year-old Sadia Sukhraj and sparked anger in the community, has been moved to Westville Prison after claiming he was assaulted and ill-treated by police. 20 arrested during Chatsworth police station protest to appear in court: The 20 people arrested during a protest outside the Chatsworth police station, following the killing of … [Read more...]

As it happened: Sharks 21 Western Province 33

Durban in the News: As it happened: Sharks 21 Western Province 33: LIVE scoring and interactive commentary on the Currie Cup final between the Sharks and Western Province from Durban. WP rock Sharks to win Currie Cup title: Western Province scored 18 unanswered points in the second half to stun the Sharks and the Kings Park faithful to win the Currie Cup in Durban on Saturday. Currie Cup final 'not a normal game': Western Province captain Chris van Zyl says his side has spent time this week preparing for the magnitude of the Currie Cup … [Read more...]

AS IT HAPPENED: Malema land occupation case postponed until 2018

Durban in the News: AS IT HAPPENED: Malema land occupation case postponed until 2018: The matter involving charges against EFF leader Julius Malema over calls he had made for EFF supporters to invade unoccupied land has been postponed to March 16, 2018. Malema further aims to challenge the constitutionality of the Riotous Assemblies Act. Malema's land invasion trial to continue: The trial of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is expected to continue in the Newcastle Magistrate's court. Click HERE to … [Read more...]