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Mpact Limited , the JSE listed manufacturer of paper and plastics packaging, today announced that it is investing R765 million to upgrade its Felixton Paper Mill near Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.
From looking up at the stars, to peering into the eyes of a Tyrannosaurus-Rex, KwaZulu-Natal's museums provide a fresh alternative to peering into a computer screen when it comes to learning about the world in which we live.
The report relating to upgrades at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead will be released in two weeks, the Public Protector's office said on Thursday.
Four people appeared in court on Wednesday in connection with the murder of a Richmond farming couple and their son.
Aspen Pharmacare, Africa's largest generic-drugs maker, posted a gain in first-half profit as the expansion of its international business outweighed sales growth in South Africa.
More than 25.3 million voters will be eligible to cast a vote during the 2014 general elections, Chief Electoral Officer Mosotho Moepya said on Thursday.
Durban could face more than a decade of water shortages and restrictions unless the city took a political decision to pursue the controversial "toilet-to-tap" drinking water reclamation proposal, water and sanitation chief Neil Macleod warned.
A man has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and killing his 17-year-old girlfriend in Phoenix, outside Durban, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Thursday.
Astral Foods had acquired two assets of Argyle Farms in KwaZulu-Natal, which would boost synergy at its provincial operations, Astral said yesterday.
Crocodile Bridge Gate and gravel roads in the southern part of the Kruger National Park have been closed due to heavy rains and flooding.
A Pietermaritzburg nurse who was arrested in India after a live bullet was allegedly found in her suitcase has returned home.
Opposition parties in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature have accused KwaZulu-Natal premier Senzo Mchunu of sugar-coating the harsh realities of the coastal province.
Paris, a Durban woman's precious pooch, is so small that she fits into a handbag - and despite her size, is brave enough to take on a bulldog.
Amed with a toy gun, a man claiming to be a police officer approached motorists, point out defects on their vehicles and then ask them for money to avoid being arrested, the Pietermaritzburg Regional Court heard on Tuesday.
Senzo Mchunu used his maiden state of the province address - described as a "campaign speech" - to highlight the achievements of the ANC-led government in KwaZulu-Natal.