Zuma is employing delaying tactics in corruption case, court hears

Durban in the News: Zuma is employing delaying tactics in corruption case, court hears: Former president Jacob Zuma's bid to appeal the dismissal of his stay of prosecution application is nothing more than a delaying tactic, the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg has heard. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Jacob Zuma says court was biased, files notice appealing permanent stay of prosecution ruling

Durban in the News: Jacob Zuma says court was biased, files notice appealing permanent stay of prosecution ruling: Former president Jacob Zuma says the Pietermaritzburg High Court "mis-focused" on the gist of his permanent stay of prosecution application and was biased against him when it dismissed it. KZN health MEC demands answers after nurse raped in hospital's consulting rooms: It is alleged that an unknown suspect walked onto the hospital's premises at around 17:00 pretending to seek medical assistance. PICS | Durban artists … [Read more...]

DA, EFF walk out of Zikalala’s KZN SOPA over presence of Zuma, King Goodwill

Durban in the News: DA, EFF walk out of Zikalala's KZN SOPA over presence of Zuma, King Goodwill: The DA and EFF have walked out of KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala's State of the Province Address over a protocol issue relating to the presence of guests, including former president Jacob Zuma. Du Preez replaced as Sharks Currie Cup coach: The Sharks have announced that Sean Everitt will be their head coach in the 2019 Currie Cup. KZN dad slapped with life sentence for repeatedly raping his teen daughter: A 39-year-old KwaZulu-Natal … [Read more...]

WATCH: Media should be tougher on smaller parties – Zuma

Durban in the News: WATCH: Media should be tougher on smaller parties - Zuma: The media should have asked smaller paries deeper questions, former president Jacob Zuma has said, as he voted at Ntolwane Primary School in Nkandla. KZN's troubles spillover into elections - 6 arrested, voting stations closed due to protests: KwaZulu-Natal has emerged as one of the most troublesome provinces on Wednesday with six arrests and numerous protests disrupting normal elections processes. Click HERE to submit your Durban and … [Read more...]