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18 October 2017 8:48 PM Baroka remain two points clear at the top after home draw against Arrows

With this draw, Baroka retained their top spot on the Absa Premiership log and the two points cushion they had over the visitors ahead of the match in Polokwane. Baroka looked set to take the three points after exciting midfielder Sipho Moeti put Bakgaga in front early in the first half but Siphelele Magabula had other ideas as he finished a sweeping 14

16 October 2017 6:03 AM EFF warns KZN school not to discipline pupils over T-shirt incident

JOHANNESBURG – The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has issued a warning to Maritzburg College in KwaZulu-Natal against the school’s plans to conduct disciplinary hearings against two of three pupils. This is after an image of them holding EFF branded T-shirts on school grounds went viral last week. The image of the three pupils in school uniform sparked 20

16 October 2017 5:50 AM Graft must be stopped, says Ramaphosa

Speaking at Durban’s Curries Fountain Stadium during the Young Communist League of South Africa rally, the Deputy President said graft had hampered the country’s economic growth. “All those who are corrupt are going to run to hide in a big hole because we are going to be hunting them down,” he said. Ramaphosa said he was concerned about the status of Eskom 21

14 October 2017 1:00 PM Maritzburg College learners face disciplinary as school is investigated for racism

Pietermaritzburg – Three learners from a top local school, who created a stir on social media on Friday when photos surfaced of them displaying shirts with slogans in support of the EFF, are facing a disciplinary hearing. At the same time, the Department of Education has announced a full scale investigation into allegations of racism at the school 19

14 October 2017 12:24 PM Maritzburg College pupils face disciplinary action over support for EFF

The KZN Education Department has condemned an apparent move by Maritzburg College to discipline three pupils pictured displaying EFF T-shirts on the school premises. JOHANNESBURG - The KwaZulu-Natal Education Department has condemned an apparent move by Maritzburg College to discipline three pupils pictured displaying Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) 17

12 October 2017 11:45 PM KZN declared disaster area following heavy storms

KwaZulu-Natal has been declared a disaster area following damaging storms on Tuesday. Heavy rainfall and gale force winds wreaked havoc on the KwaZulu-Natal East Coast. At least 14 people have died and more remain missing. Provincial Premier Willies Mchunu says the decision was taken at a special session of the KZN Executive committee in Durban today 85

12 October 2017 8:01 PM SA Weather Service battered by faulty equipment, decries CEO

Pretoria – The South African Weather Service (SAWS) has blamed the poor state of their equipment for failing to warn citizens earlier of the stormy weather that devastated parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal. SAWS CEO Jerry Lengoasa on Thursday said although a severe weather warning for the catastrophic thunderstorm was issued, he conceded that the message 60

12 October 2017 11:25 AM KZN storm declared a provincial disaster

Durban - The KwaZulu-Natal provincial cabinet has officially declared Tuesday's storm a provincial disaster, following the devastating impact the heavy rains had on several districts across the province. "We met this morning as provincial cabinet and officially declared it a provincial disaster. We will be going to national to see how we have funding 46

11 October 2017 5:34 PM Government attempts to clean up KZN storm damage

Durban – The damage caused by a storm that has thus far claimed eight lives in KwaZulu-Natal could run into hundreds of millions of rands, government has said. From severe flooding at hospitals and schools to the damage of roads, KwaZulu-Natal MEC for human settlements Ravi Pillay said that cost to repair the damage caused by Tuesday's storm would likely 37

11 October 2017 11:45 AM KZN storm 'like a scene out of Armageddon'

That is how terrified residents have described a massive storm that wreaked havoc in Durban and surrounding areas on Tuesday, leaving at least six people dead and millions in damage to property. The severe thunderstorm, with gale-force winds reaching 70 km/h and torrential downpours, left residents, visitors and motorists traumatised as they struggled 35