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The saga of Addington Hospital's on-again, off-again radiotherapy machines is well known, but for two Durban families, the pain it caused hit home.
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It's 4am and there's a three-hour flight ahead of you. You are irritated, and it's not the child kicking the back of your seat or the armrest bandit next to you.
12 hrs ago | News24
As a young boy growing up in the ghettos of SA, I dreamt of being wealthy. But I realised that capitalism defeats its own purpose, writes Matome Letsoalo .
16 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Social Development MEC Weziwe Thusi supported a crowd who gathered outside the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday in protest at the granting of bail to a man alleged to have killed a six-year-old girl.
Thirteen of 61 KwaZulu-Natal municipalities bypassed normal procedures when procuring goods and services during the 2012/2013 financial year, the province's co-operative governance and traditional affairs department said on Wednesday.
The highlight of the Mandela Capture Site in Howick, SA, is this memorial likeness of the former president made up from more than 50 iron rods.
Police have arrested the priest of a northern KwaZulu-Natal church where the dismembered remains of a young boy were found.
Merebank murder accused Donovan Mark Ramdass, alleged to have killed his girlfriend by suffocating her with a plastic bag and strangling her with an extension cord, is to be sent for mental observation.
A chance meeting with a client cost a motor mechanic his life on Tuesday when he and a taxi boss were killed in a shooting in Lindelani, north of Durban.
THE CIRCUS was in town last week, and no, not only the wilting Boswell Wilkie Circus, but the whole four days that is the Durban July.
The special disdain that the EFF and SACP have for each other is motivated by self-interest not that of the working class, writes Kameel Premhid .
BRICS leaders meet at a their 2013 summit in Durban, South Africa. From left, then-Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh , Chinese President Xi Jinping, South African President Jacob Zuma Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The United Nations left open the option for rich and poor nations to remain divided in their obligations on climate change, setting up a conflict over exactly who should cut greenhouse gases.
South African officials say more than 50 people were injured when two trains collided in the eastern coastal city of Durban.
While one Pietermaritzburg family struggles to come to terms with the death of a daughter, another family waits anxiously at a son's hospital bed, hoping he recovers.
Charges of theft and impersonating a police officer have provisionally been withdrawn against the former policeman whose life fell apart after he won the Lotto.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 07:38 pm
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