[Bhekisisa] History repeats as old health emergencies emerge anew.
[News24Wire] A group of religious leaders have roped in former president Jacob Zuma to lead a prayer campaign “against crime as an enemy of the economy” and to help improve race relations between black and Indian people in the province.
[The Conversation Africa] There’s more to understanding a country’s poverty levels than merely calculating how much or how little individuals earn. That’s why a method called the multidimensional poverty index was introduced globally in 2011.
[News24Wire] The ANC battle for control of the provinces is officially underway with the party giving the green light for some provinces to prepare for elective conferences.
[News24Wire] Several suspects – one of them a police officer – accused of murder and conspiring to kill Glebelands hostel dwellers, are expected appear in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Monday for bail applications.
[News24Wire] A police captain was shot and killed during a business robbery in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal on Friday afternoon, provincial police confirmed.
[News24Wire] It is now up to President Jacob Zuma to decide whether he wants a “messy” exit that could see him consigned to the “dustbin of history” without presidential benefits, or a “dignified exit” where he steps down voluntarily.
[News24Wire] Four children, between the ages of four and 12, have been found stabbed to death at their home in Port Edward, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Sunday.
[News24Wire] Controversial Durban businessman and former advisor to President Jacob Zuma, Schabir Shaik, has lashed out at Julius Malema after the EFF leader accused Indian businesses of exploitation and monopolising the KwaZulu-Natal economy.
[News24Wire] Six people have been shot dead in what appears to have been a hit at a house in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Saturday.