KZN Premier Sihle Zikalal provided some insight into Government’s response to the floods, including the issues faced with temporary housing.
Four passengers were injured when they jumped out of a moving taxi that caught alight in Umdloti Beach Road near Waterloo in KZN.
Disaster Management teams in KwaZulu-Natal are on high alert following a level 4 weather warning issued for the weekend.
The SA Weather Service has issued a level 4 weather WARNING for disruptive rain for KwaZulu-Natal. Here is everything you need to know.
An unidentified male body with head injuries was discovered at the Tongaat River bank in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) on Thursday.
Talk about a traffic nightmare, one of Durban’s busiest roads is closed until Friday. BUT don’t worry, there are alternative routes for you.
Mpenjati Conservancy said a giant dead leatherback turtle washed ashore n Trafalgar Marine Reserve beach on Tuesday.
A number of children were left orphaned following the KZN floods and the province’s MEC for education is concerned about child labour.
Reaction Unit SA said human skeletal remains partially dressed in red pajamas were discovered in a field on Tuesday.
SADTU says schools are no longer safe for both educators and learners. A teacher was murdered at Sea Cow Lake Secondary.
Heavy rainfall exceeding 20 mm are expected for KZN for the weekend. This comes barely a month after the deadly floods in the province.
A police officer and his four-legged partner, Dante and a family member of a missing person were attacked by bees while conducting a search.
Reaction Unit SA (RUSA) said a woman in her thirties was killed when her vehicle collided with a water tanker on Todd Street in Oaklands.
When a woman struggled to take off her bangles during a home invasion, robbers were ready to amputate her hands.
Sethembiso Mthembu’s UKZN PhD research was inspired by forced sterilisation, a concept she is not a stranger to as she is a victim.
The UN SA has redirected a massive R21 million to assist government with rebuilding and helping impacted communities in KZN.
KZN Cogta revealed that 48 people are still unaccounted for following the devastating floods that ravaged the province and took lives.
The con artist were caught trying to commit life insurance fraud, one of the suspects was actually supposed to be dead.
Water-based activities on Durban beaches have been banned as increased levels of E. coli have been found following the devastating floods.
A Durban man was in his fourth year of studies when it was discovered that he forged a matric certificate to gain access to the university.
South Africa is in the eye of the climate change storm, according to SALGA this is due to corruption, poor planning and infrastructure.