Independent schools ask for COVID-19 relief funding as parents fail to pay fees
The National Alliance of Independent Schools Association (Naisa) said that many parents failed to pay school fees after losing their jobs while others had taken salary cuts during the lockdown.
Sadtu keeping a close eye on DBE as pupils across SA return to school
Sadtu was still displeased with Monday’s phasing in of more pupils – saying the decision was taken without consultation.
uMthwalume rape survivor living in fear after attacker threatens to kill her
The uMthwalume woman said that her rapist was a man who was known in the area.
uMthwalume: Family of missing Sizakele Myende desperate to be reunited with her
Sizakele Myende (28) is among the 14 people who have been reported missing in the troubled community in recent months.
Zikalala: Clairwood Hospital project proves speedy service delivery is possible
The Clairwood Hospital, which is among the health facilities in KZN that had been repurposed to serve as COVID hospitals, has been refurbished in six months.
ANC in KZN not ruling out possibility of Gumede being elected as Cogta chair
This despite that Gumede faces criminal charges and was released on R50,000 bail after being arrested last year for alleged corruption linked to multi-million-rand tender fraud.
KZN opposition parties criticise ANC move to deploy Gumede in legislature
The ANC removed Gumede as eThekwini mayor last year citing poor peformance but the party now said that she was fit to serve as a provincial lawmaker.
Gumede appointment to KZN legislature part of programme to empower women - ANC
The ANC’s Nhlakanipho Ntombela said Zandile Gumede’s appointment to the provincial legislature was approved by Luthuli House.
'He coined the words Bafana Bafana'-Sports journalist Sbusiso Mseleku remembered
Mseleku died on Monday at the Midvaal Private Hospital in Vereeniging after contracting the coronavirus.
eThekwini ready to make comeback as favoured tourist destination under level 2
Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda went on a walkabout in the Umhlanga precinct on Tuesday to assess the state of preparedness for the sector to operate under relaxed COVID-19 regulations.
Zuma lawyers deny claims former president not paying child maintenance
Tobeka Madiba-Zuma, one of former President Jacob Zuma's four wives, appeared in the Durban Magistrates Court today, where she launched her bid to ensure that Zuma paid maintenance for their teenage daughter.
ANCWL calls for thorough investigation into death of uMthwalume murders suspect
The league said it believed some information surrounding the death of Siphamandla Khomo in police custody has not been disclosed, and they are calling for the police watchdog to investigate.
Cele urges police to protect witnesses & suspects in uMthwalume murders
It’s emerged that one of the two men arrested in connection with the murders was assaulted while in police custody, allegedly by other detainees.
Ipid investigating death of suspect who confessed to uMthwalume murders
Siphamandla Khomo (41) is believed to have hanged himself while in police custody in the early hours of Monday morning.
KZN education authorities readying for return of pupils next Monday
KZN has the biggest education sector in the country with over 2.8 million pupils at over 6,000 schools.
Deceased uMthwalume suspect confessed to murders, says Cele
On Saturday, Police Minister Bheki Cele announced that two people had been charged in connection with the recent murders of women in uMthwalume.
COVID-19: KZN public schools develop teaching strategies using distance learning
Umkomaas Secondary School on the eThekwini south coast has incorporated the use of WhatsApp to teaching and learning and found a way to ensure that pupils who don’t have access to data also receive learning material.
uMthwalume community calls on Cele to keep promises after visit
Cele has deployed divisional commissioner for detective services lieutenant-general Tebello Mosikili to look into the recent murders in uMthwalume.