Dolphins hoping to start 2019 as they finished 2018 – Featured Durban Blog

Dolphins hoping to start 2019 as they finished 2018: Durban – Following a resounding victory in the CSA 4-Day Franchise Series match against the bizhub Highveld Lions to end 2018, the Hollywoodbets Dolphins will be in search of a similar performance when they tackle the same opposition at Kingsmead starting on Friday, 4 January. It was the strongest performance the Dolphins have put together so far this season and was their first victory in the red ball campaign. Captain Khaya Zondo led from the front with the bat with a dogged first innings … [Read more...]

Girls expelled from Durban school for kissing each other, but they deny it

Durban in the News: Girls expelled from Durban school for kissing each other, but they deny it: Two schoolgirls have been expelled from classes at a school in Durban for kissing each other. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Verulam mosque attack: ‘First they prayed, and then they wanted to kill’

Durban in the News: Verulam mosque attack: 'First they prayed, and then they wanted to kill': "First they prayed, and then they wanted to kill." That's according to Ali Nchiyane, the imam of the Imam Hussain Mosque in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal, who survived an attack on worshippers. Suspect killed during shootout with KZN police on N2: A car chase on the N2 freeway in Shaka's Rock, near Durban, ended in a shootout between police and three suspects, resulting in the death of one suspect, police have said. KZN man gets 15 years for … [Read more...]

They will regret reinstating these charges – Zuma

Durban in the News: They will regret reinstating these charges - Zuma: Former president Jacob Zuma has given a stern warning to the opposition as he addressed a sea of supporters outside the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban. Sharks blow golden chance to beat Hurricanes: The Sharks blew a golden chance to beat the Hurricanes when they conceded a 85th-minute converted try to go down in Napier. Van Rooyen, Motsoeneng, Lungisa lend Zuma support in court: Former president Jacob Zuma may not have had the support of his tripartite alliance … [Read more...]