Zandile Gumede cleared of deliberately breaching bail conditions
The Durban Commercial Crimes Court heard that Gumede had informed her attorney Bulelani Mazomba that she had changed addresses and had expected him to communicate with the investigating officer.
‘It’s a political vendetta’: Zuma’s supporters disappointed over trial
Black First Land First president Andile Mngxitama said Jacob Zuma was a victim of a political plot.
Gumede still gunning for eThekwini chair post amid corruption charges, raids
Zandile Gumede is still keen to become African National Congress’ chairperson in eThekwini for a second term.
Gumede says raids on her home, co-accused politically motivated
The Hawks, in partnership with the Asset Forfeiture Unit, said that they had successfully seized assets worth over R51 million belonging to former eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede and her co-accused in her corruption case.
Gumede feels 'violated' after house raid
The Assets Forfeiture Unit (AFU) raided Gumede’s rented house in Umhlanga on Thursday morning and investigators also went to her residence in Inanda.
Warning issued for severe thunderstorms in north-eastern KZN, Gauteng
Authorities said the downpours were expected to make landfall later on Wednesday evening.
Durban man accused of hanging his 4 kids now facing rape charge
The man appeared in the Pinetown Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning and the matter was postponed to next month.
KZN ANC: Election to regional structure won’t guarantee provincial govt spot
The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal has told its members that being elected to the party's regional structures does not guarantee a spot in the provincial government.
KZN ANC close to decision on fate of suspended Gumede supporters
Provincial secretary Mdumiseni Ntuli said that the 14 members who were suspended in August had been formerly charged and had met with party’s disciplinary committee.
After nearly 6 months, KZN flood victims to be relocated
The municipality’s chairperson for Human Settlements and Infrastructure, Thanduxolo Sabelo, said 2,000 families would be supplied with building material within the next three weeks.
Former IFP leader Buthelezi to lead reconciliation project with ANC
IFP president Velenkosini Hlabisa believed if the ANC made certain public concessions - the IFP's public image will be cleansed.
KZN ANC wants Umvoti mayor to account for R11m spent on protection services
Last week, protestors marched to Thami Ngubane’s offices, accusing of him of corruption and called for his removal.
55 KZN youth entrepreneurs awarded grants of over R70m
The grants form part of the first projects of the Provincial Youth Business Development Fund which was launched earlier this year.
Umvoti mayor defends millions spent on protection services for officials
Thami Ngubane, who is among those under protection, said he has received several messages from hitmen about plans to kill him.
NKOSIKHONA DUMA: It is okay for students to sleep
The idea of young people denying themselves sleep so that they appear to be hardworking needs to be challenged, writes Nkosikhona Duma.
Public Sector Wage Bill can be reduced without job loses, says Mchunu
According to the South African Institute of Race Relations, government spent over R500 billion in salaries annually.
KZN traditional leaders want harsh sentences for GBV crimes
The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) House of Traditional Leaders said that it would raise awareness about gender-based violence in traditional communities.
Academic group: Students using NSFAS funds to support families, not buy books
The Alliance for Academic Success' Mohamed Kharwa said since the introduction of the policy at some universities where the majority of students depend on NSFAS, book sales have dropped by as high 91%.