Police nab stock thief with more than 200 rounds of ammunition

DURBAN – On 24 November 2022 at 13:00, a multi-disciplinary operation was conducted by various police units at Mhosheni in Nquthu where they were following information about 13 cattle that were stolen in Babanango. It is alleged that cattle were stolen while inside the kraal at a homestead this month. The investigation led the team […]

Internal Affairs

Restoring people’s dignity

Public Works and Infrastructure Minister, Patricia de Lille, says government’s land reform programme aims to address the imbalances of the past and restore dignity to people through land ownership. “We have made great progress with land releases and handovers but we must move much faster. We must put more urgency into the work of finalising […]


Be vigilant during the Festive Season as you may be more prone to robberies

DURBAN – With the festive season approaching, members of the public are urged not to carry or keep large amounts of cash at home. There are safer options that are lower risk. Carry as little cash as possible and consider making use of cellphone banking and internet transfers to pay accounts. Bank accounts must be […]


Police in Kagisanong request information on the murder of a Grade 11 learner

KAGISANONG – The police are asking for information from the public that can help solve the murder of a 20-year-old male who died after being severely assaulted by a group of unknown young men. It is alleged that on Tuesday 22 November 2022, the Grade 11 learner at Kaelang High School was walking with his […]


Calls for accountability in sexual violence in maritime industry

The Department of Social Development has called for accountability on the many cases of sexual violence and harassment that go unreported at sea in the maritime industry. The Department made the call on Friday during the inaugural Seminar on Gender-Based Violence led by the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA). According to research by Professor […]


Women empowerment key to dealing with GBVF

Empowering women by giving them opportunities to become economically independent is key to tackling Gender-based Violence and Femicide (GBVF) in the country, says Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane. “The biggest challenge for women is economic power. Let’s expose them to opportunities to generate their own income so […]