Durban in the News:
Sharks welcome new attack coach to Durban: The Sharks and head coach Robert du Preez have named a new attack coach ahead of the 2019 Super Rugby season.
Drunk pedestrian dies after being hit by car in Durban: An intoxicated 22-year-old man has been killed while attempting to cross a lane of the R102 in Durban, according to emergency services.
MSL: Philander embracing new Durban experience: Proteas star Vernon Philander has welcomed the chance to play cricket out of a new city in this year’s Mzansi Super League (MSL).
Boss ‘didn’t even wait for me to explain why I was late’ – Metrorail commuter loses job after train delays: “He didn’t even wait for me to explain why I was late. I was just told to pack my things and leave,” says Philile Nzimande, who was fired from her job because of Durban Metrorail train delays.
11 accused of KZN mosque attack, ISIS links receive bail: Bail has been granted to all accused in the KwaZulu-Natal Shia mosque attack and the placement of several explosive devices in Durban.
Durban bookkeeper gets jail time for swindling tax man out of R6.4m: A Durban bookkeeper has swapped a luxury Umhlanga apartment for a prison cell after he was sentenced to an effective eight years in jail for swindling the tax man out of R6.4m.
KZN cop charged with killing wife, brother-in-law in court succumbs to injuries: The KwaZulu-Natal police officer charged with two counts of murder after his wife and brother-in-law were shot dead inside a divorce court, has also died, police have confirmed.
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