A ‘walkie-talkie’ app has a long history as a go-to app in times of crisis and is fast becoming a tool for protest communication.
South Africans were left hopeful when a customer left a R6 000 tip after spending only R453 at a restaurant in Durbanville.
Marc Lottering shared a new ‘Colleen the Cashier’ skit and her take on SA’s now-infamous looted blue couch.
Making looted goods, worthless: A group of South Africans are trying to stop looters from selling stolen items online.
‘The state is not capable of protecting its citizens when it comes to violent protests or riots’ – DA KZN chief whip Zwakele Mncwango
eThekwini Municipality has warned people not to consume meat or poultry that was stolen from a Hammarsdale business during the unrest.
Former Ukhozi FM radio DJ, Ngizwe Mchunu will remain behind bars for another week. Mchunu appeared briefly in court today.
Families of up to six people, some with their pets, have forked out up to R180 000 to catch a private flight out of KwaZulu-Natal.
Former Ukhozi FM radio personality has been arrested after he handed himself over. Five other instigators have been arrested so far.
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has announced that new court directives will assist the judiciary to prosecute those guilty of wrongdoing.
Parents of Melokuhle, a toddler who was rescued when the City Life building in Durban caught fire say she is traumatised by the ordeal.
Extensive environmental impacts are being reported at uMhlanga and Umdloti Lagoons and beaches after a week of riots and unrest.
A team of 80 police officers and ten detectives have been deployed to Phoenix to investigate the killings of 20 people and ongoing violence.
A video of a man playing bagpipes in Durban while community watch group members stood guard throughout the night during the unrest, went viral for all the right reasons.
An off-duty Metro cop’s car was riddled with bullets at a community road block in Montclair, Durban. It is believed he was on his way home.
eThekwini Municipality will resume a limited bus service on Friday following a week of ongoing riots and looking across the city.
Ekuhlengeni Psychiatric Hospital was not spared from looters. Fortunately, none of the hospital’s psychiatric patients and staff were harmed.
Durban taxi drivers led residents in cleaning up the Central Business District that was vandalised by rioters and looters.
If you need to see a doctor or a specialist Netcare can assist patients to obtain appointments at its facilities.
Duduzane Zuma has giving looters, who have brought Durban to its knees, some surprising advice on how to pillage.
Two eThekwini Metro policemen were stopped in separate incidents and allegedly found to be in possession of rioters’ loot on Tuesday night.
As citizens wonder when the SANDF will step in to protect their businesses and suburbs political parties say the state is obligated to do so.
Stores and petrol stations were flooded with concerned members of the public on Tuesday with food supply chains threatened by the riots.
DA Leader John Steenhuisen says the SANDF deployment should be ramped up. He also says Ramaphosa should go to KZN and see the destruction for himself.
A heroic act saw a small baby’s life spared from a burning City Life building in Durban as riots, looting and sporadic protests intensify.