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‘We need our IDs back from mashonisas to vote’

A Duduza ward councillor says he will negotiate with the loan sharks to collect voters’ IDs and involve law enforcement if he fails.

Foreigners warned to stop trading in Ulundi 

An anonymous memo circulating in the historic KZN town says foreign spaza shop owners must stop trading by Sunday.

‘We’ve had no water for over six days!’

Several areas in Gauteng have been dry for days, and residents are fed up.

‘Ray of light’ means Mkhanqwa residents will vote

The residents of Mkhanqwa informal settlement in Ekurhuleni will vote in the upcoming elections after threatening to boycott them earlier.

Community gets police station – 15 years later

Fifteen years after first asking for one, the Makhaza community finally has its own police station.

KZN news bites: ANCYL leader dies in car accident 

Sihle Mavuso presents the latest news from KwaZulu-Natal.

‘Protect ANC’, gospel star urges party members

Award-winning gospel star Hlengiwe Mhlaba has warned ANC members that if they don’t vote on 29 May because of anger at the ruling party, they will wake up on 30 May as the opposition party in KwaZulu-Natal.

Ramaphosa comforts hurting families

After today’s presidential visit many questions remain unanswered, most focusing on the 19 people still unaccounted for at the doomed George building site.

Bank employee steals nearly R1m from dead client

The woman was convicted of fraudulently reactivating a dormant account. 

Cops seize counterfeit goods worth millions

A Pakistani national attempted to bribe officials during the operation and was arrested.

‘Royal Rebel Uncle’ attempts to block Zulu king’s state funding

Prince Mbonisi kaBhekuzulu, who is known as the royal rebel uncle, wants the Pietermaritzburg High Court to stop King Misuzulu KaZwelithini from meeting traditional leaders,

Neglected clinic now home to deadly snakes

Residents live in fear of going to the clinic, saying it is in a mess, harbours dangerous snakes and has no water supply

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