Durban in the News:
Rassie’s Bok plan for Francois Louw: Francois Louw looks set to feature in the first four rounds of this year’s Rugby Championship, Rassie Erasmus has confirmed.
Durban Fees Must Fall activist to be sentenced in October: Bonginkosi Khanyile is out on bail and will be sentenced on October 16, says the National Prosecuting Authority.
17 students arrested after clashing with cops at UKZN’s Westville campus: Seventeen students have been arrested for public violence after clashing with police at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
KZN mom accused of killing son to undergo 30-day psychiatric evaluation: The 34-year-old woman, who has allegedly confessed to smothering her son, will be observed and assessed by medical professionals at the Fort Napier Hospital in Pietermaritzburg.
Rassie opens up on challenges of dual role: Rassie Erasmus has opened up on the challenges that come with being both the head coach and director of rugby of the Springboks.
Papppi preaches against fuel price increases, leads Durban protest: A leader of People Against Petrol and Paraffin Price Increases says the organisation wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to issue a moratorium on all future interests in petrol prices.
Article source: http://mydurban.co.za/rassies-bok-plan-for-francois-louw/