Edward Zuma avoids contempt of court charge, settles hate speech fine

Durban in the News: Edward Zuma avoids contempt of court charge, settles hate speech fine: Edward Zuma has finally settled up and paid the entire R60 000 damages which Durban's Equality Court ordered him to pay for "hate speech". Top municipal employee gunned down at traffic light: A senior employee at the Alfred Duma Local Municipality has been shot dead in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal in a suspected ambush. Sharks call on big guns for Bulls friendly: Sharks coach Robert du Preez has selected his strongest available squad to take on the … [Read more...]

DA vows to challenge Zuma music album deal

Durban in the News: DA vows to challenge Zuma music album deal: The DA in eThekwini Metro says it will write to the city manager to prevent public coffers being used to record an album with former president Jacob Zuma. Nearly half of maternal deaths in SA are teenage mothers – health MEC: KwaZulu-Natal health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo is calling for a dialogue about the dangers of unprotected sex and the high proportion of maternal deaths during teenage pregnancies. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu … [Read more...]

Maimane ‘slightly’ agrees with Zuma about state capture remark, lays blame on ANC

Durban in the News: Maimane 'slightly' agrees with Zuma about state capture remark, lays blame on ANC: DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he agrees "slightly" with former president Jacob Zuma about the name "state capture", laying the blame for the phenomenon at the feet of the ANC. Cele confirms one suspect arrested for Sindiso Magaqa murder: Minister of Police Bheki Cele has confirmed that one person has been arrested for the killing of former ANCYL secretary general Sindiso Magaqa. Age no deterrent, as 79-year-old KZN man celebrates … [Read more...]

ANC KZN to engage NEC on ‘challenges’ of managing Zuma court appearance events

Durban in the News: ANC KZN to engage NEC on 'challenges' of managing Zuma court appearance events: The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal says announcements made by some "characters" at events after the court appearances of former president Jacob Zuma have a negative impact on the movement. Accused with links to KZN taxi massacre claims 'he was badly beaten by police': A lawyer for a KwaZulu-Natal man with suspected links to the Colenso taxi massacre that left 12 dead has made several claims against the police, including that they assaulted her client … [Read more...]