KwaZulu-Natal has recorded more than 157 000 infections of COVID-19 and premier Sihle Zikalala has called on the province to embrace ‘the new normal’
The Asset Forfeiture Unit of the NPA restrained several properties belonging to the KZN premier’s office staff others on Tuesday.
Will South Africa experience a digital Christmas this year? Sihle Zikalala fears that COVID complacency will put the country into a festive ‘hard lockdown’.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala’s office’s office said it had already moved to suspend some of the officials implicated
Glen and Vida Rafferty were shot dead on their farm on Saturday, after returning from a visit with friends
A report found that there had been an abuse of COVID-19 emergency procurement provisions and efforts to cover up, which included attempts to backdate submissions for awards to service providers
This comes after KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala said there had been irregular expenditure arising from the procurement of PPE and blankets.
It seems the corruption reported in other provinces has now made its way east. KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala has seen five staff members arrested on Thursday.
The DA in KZN says it will ensure that the officials who are implicated in the irregular procurement of COVID-19 PPEs, amounting to nearly R30 million, are locked up
IFP claims that appointments of underqualified officials have crippled the public sector.
King Goodwill Zwelithini has been allocated R71.3 million by the provincial government for the 2020/2021 financial year.
We’ve got another political leader behaving badly during this lockdown, apparently. KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala is accused of holding a secret political rally.
The KwaZulu-Natal government has hit back at damning allegations levelled against its premier.
The video, published on Easter Sunday, is as wholesome as it is informative. We can’t confirm how far he’s strayed from his house though.
The KwaZulu-Natal premier warned that coronavirus is ‘much deadlier than the flu’ and said that we need to stay home to prevent its spread.
A meeting between KZN Premier Sihle ZIkalala and other stakeholders has brought a ceasefire to the violent protests.
Six vehicles have been in the scorched town of Ladysmith in KZN, where violent protests continue to render the town incapable of functioning.
The KZN town has been completely shut down after service delivery protests have brought the town to its knees
Zikalala says that talks with SAA bosses have been “favourable”.
The Premier is addressing crowds in KZN today as he outlines the province’s 2020 strategy
Zikalala has pulled a grand total of zero punches in lambasting the failing airline
The KwaZulu-Natal premier did not mince his words as he branded the US statesman an ‘imperialist and barbarian’.