Zulu King Misuzulu in legal bid to nullify his father's marriage to first wife
In papers seen by Eyewitness News, King Misuzulu kaZwelithini's lawyers have legally notified Queen Sibongile Dlamini that they want her marriage to the late AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini declared null and void.
Kaunda wants eThekwini to be declared a disaster area in wake on riots, lootings
Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda said that eThekwini was desperate for an intervention from national government, with at least 129,000 jobs on the line.
eThekwini Municipality expecting to lose over R20bn of GDP due to riots
The city said that 95,000 businesses were hit hard by the violence in both the formal and informal sectors and more than 100,000 jobs were now on the line.
No incident reported in the past 24 hours in Gauteng & KZN - Ntshavheni
The chaotic scenes saw at least 212 fatalities nationwide.
Cele boosts security in Phoenix, calls for broken relationships to be rebuilt
Police Minister Bheki Cele committed to the residents of Phoenix to protect their community from being looted last week. He has however cautioned against racial profiling and acts of vigilantism, saying that this was criminal and will not be tolerated.
Duduza woman due in court for involvement in KZN, Gauteng riots, says Cele
Police Minister Bheki Cele said that four other alleged instigators had also been arrested so far.
Cele: Fifth alleged instigator of civil unrest has been arrested
Cele who has spent today touring various communities in KwaZulu-Natal to recover stolen goods said more arrests were imminent.
Security forces now better prepared to deal with violence, looting - Cele
Over 200 people were killed and more than 3,400 arrested in the worst violence to grip the country since the dawn of democracy.
Lamola: If Zuma applies for presidential pardon, the law will guide process
Former President Jacob Zuma is serving a 15-month jail term for contempt of court after he shunned a directive by the Constitutional Court to appear before the state capture commission.
Zuma corruption trial set to resume in Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday
Former President Jacob Zuma faces 16 charges of fraud, graft and racketeering related to the 1999 arms deal. He is accused of taking bribes from French company, Thales, amounting to R4 million.
Cele asks communities to assist with investigations on looting cops
eThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda said the City has lost an estimated R1 billion in stolen stock and suffered damages to infrastructure amounting to R15 billion.
Honour Madiba, uphold the rule of law – says Lamola
Lamola has said violent protests and looting sprees that took place mainly in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal over the past week were a challenge to the country's Constitutional democracy.
Sama: Ongoing violence putting extra strain on medical facilities
The association said it had asked the national and provincial health departments to boost security at all medical facilities.
Police recover boxes of live ammunition in Durban as looting continues
The city also saw fresh incidents of looting on Wednesday, including in Phoenix, after which Police Minister Bheki Cele made his way there to assess the scale of the destruction.
Fuel, bread in short supply in eThekwini as long-term impact of riots hit home
Many law-abiding citizens were now struggling to buy day-to-day items like fuel, bread and milk.
Zuma’s ConCourt rescission application likely to fail, warns legal expert
Legal expert Tyrone Mnguni said Jacob Zuma’s rescission application to the apex court which will be heard on Monday is likely to fail.
#KZNShutdown: Premier Sihle Zikalala calls for calm amid fiery protests
It’s believed that those behind the demonstrations are against the incarceration of former President Jacob Zuma.
Zuma supporters intensify protests in streets of KZN, causing traffic delays
The protestors, who had been staging demonstrations since Wednesday, were opposing Zuma’s incarceration after he was found guilty of being in contempt of court.