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Four people were shot dead in a taxi in Port Shepstone

Four people have been shot dead at a taxi stand in Port Shepstone in KwaZulu-Natal. (Photo by Gallo Images/Netwerk24/Jaco Marais) Four people were killed in a shooting on a taxi in Port Shepstone on Tuesday afternoon. Four others sustained gunshot wounds and were taken to hospital. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesman Brigadier Guy Necker said: “Unidentified gunmen … Read more

Boost tourism to local communities with the introduction of the Big Five in the KZN Reserve

The lions were recently released in the Babanango Game Reserve. There is now a private game reserve in KwaZulu-Natal that leases 75% of its land from the local community now housing the coveted Big Five. Babanango Game Reserve has been rebuilding the area, with the Lions recently adding to the mix after more than a … Read more

He urged residents in the KZN Midlands to “prioritize safety” as severe cold fronts approach

Snow is expected in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands region during the next two days. Supplier / Mohamed Salouji Snow is expected in the KZN Midlands. Cold weather can lead to icy roads and even the loss of endangered livestock. A number of rural and urban inland cities will be affected by inclement weather. The Cooperative Governance … Read more

watch | A truck crash on the N3 highway near Cato Ridge has caused traffic chaos

Traffic on the N3 motorway towards Durban and Pietermaritzburg was severely affected when a lorry overturned near Cato Ridge on Wednesday morning. Shortly after 7:00, emergency services were dispatched to the scene of a truck crash on the N3. Video from the scene of the accident showing the overturned truck crossing the road. Track closures … Read more

He gave the KZN manager stationery and money to silence the 15-year-old’s rape

A KwaZulu-Natal school principal has been sentenced to life in prison for repeatedly raping a 15-year-old schoolboy. Sunday Times/Gallow Images A KZN school principal has been sentenced to life in prison after repeatedly raping a 15-year-old girl. The principal gave the teen money and stationery in exchange for his silence. The boy eventually collapses after … Read more

107 truck burning cases under investigation since 2018 – KZN Premier

KwaZulu-Natal Prime Minister Nomosa Dube Ncube with fellow Executive Council members. KwaZulu-Natal Chief Minister Nomosa Dube-Ncube said there have been 107 criminal cases involving truck arson since 2018. And called for special courts to hear some cases. She said that nine of the 12 people of interest from last week’s events are from KZN. KwaZulu-Natal … Read more

The former KZN policeman has been found guilty of killing an Uber driver in a road dispute

A former police officer has been found guilty in Durban Magistrates Court of killing an Uber driver. A former police officer was convicted in Durban Magistrates Court A 26-year-old Uber driver was killed. Khithukuhle Mvuyane, 26, was killed in a roadside brawl in November 2020 in Winkelspruit, south of Durban. A verdict is expected in … Read more

JICS finds evidence of racial discrimination and human rights abuses against ‘Phoenix Defendant’

JICS criticized DCS after investigating Westville Prison in Durban. He. She There were cases of discrimination against Indians who were arrested for committing crimes during the month of July 2021 civil disorder. The inspectorate found that complaints of rape, inhuman and degrading treatment, and non-observance of religious observances were substantiated. There is disagreement between the … Read more

Municipalities do not belong to government officials and their families – Prime Minister KZN

KZN MEC Collaborative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nomusa Dube-Ncube. Nomusa Dube-Ncube says several more KZN municipalities should form. A number of municipalities received poor reviews from the Auditor General. It says that people who use municipalities as a personal entity should face action. KwaZulu-Natal Chief Minister Nomosa Dube-Ncube says officials and politicians who believe municipalities … Read more