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[durban] - 'Game over' for #Matric class of 2018

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Durban - Game over. That was the phrase used and written on school uniforms at Durban Girls Secondary School on Monday as thousands of matric students completed the last common exam paper of …

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[durban] - WATCH: Car goes up in flames in Greyville

Durban - A woman and her school-going daughter escaped unharmed when the car they were travelling in caught alight in Greyville on Monday.

The woman had been driving her Polo along Cross Street towards Gladys Mzansi Road. Speaking from inside the ambulance she told police that when she stopped at the …

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[durban] - Phoenix man dies in bike crash

Nitesh Ramjith, 33, allegedly lost control of his motorbike and crashed into a palm tree on Sunday. Picture: FacebookNitesh Ramjith, 33, allegedly lost control of his motorbike and crashed into a palm tree along Rydalvale Road on Sunday. Picture: Reaction Unit South AfricaThe damaged motorbike. Picture: Reaction Unit South AfricaThe …

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[durban] - Ten suspects in court following Telkom Knockout semi -finals

Durban - Ten people are expected to appear in the Durban Magistrate's Court on Monday for allegedly selling fake tickets to the Telkom Knockout Semi-Final soccer match between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

The match which took place at Moses Mabhida Stadium was relatively incident-free said police spokesperson Lieutenant …

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[durban] - Durban residents protest for jobs at Unilever

Durban - Residents from Newlands East once against held a mini demonstration outside the Unilever offices at Riverhorse Valley on Monday demanding that locals be considered for jobs.

Earlier this month residents protested outside the Unilever offices after they waited for six years for the company to employ them.

At the …

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[durban] - Autopsy report a disgrace, says journalist's grieving mother

Durban - The mother of Citizen Newspaper journalist Yadhana Jadoo who died on assignment in Egypt on April 25 has described the autopsy report as an absolute disgrace.

Devika Jadoo spoke to The Citizen following the release of the report last week, saying that she was not coping with the results …

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[durban] - BREAKING NEWS: Shooting at Durban Magistrate's Court

Durban - The Durban Magistrate's Court is currently on lockdown following a shooting on Monday morning.

It is believed that a man entered the courtroom and began shooting.

Unconfirmed reports state that two people were killed and a third person is injured.

Journalist, Karen Singh, said authorities are not releasing much …

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[durban] - Cop fingered in Durban court fatal shooting

Durban - The lone gunman who entered courtroom on Monday and fatally wounded two people is believed to be a policeman.

Reports are circulating that the police officer entered Regional Court O and shot a woman believed to be his ex-wife and a man.

According to Crisis Medical spokesperson, Kyle van …

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[durban] - Cop implicated in #DurbanCourt shooting

Durban - The lone gunman who entered courtroom on Monday and fatally wounded two people is believed to be a policeman.

Reports are circulating that the police officer entered Regional Court O and shot a woman believed to be his ex-wife and her brother.

According to Crisis Medical spokesperson, Kyle van …

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[durban] - KZN Education Department warns disruptive teachers

This followed strike action on Friday by teachers at Khulugqame Primary School in KwaDabeka. They had downed tools and protested against the re-instatement of the school’s principal who had been on suspension for allegedly misappropriating school funds.

The principal was suspended in July and returned to the school on …

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[durban] - #DontLookAway: Sexual harassment 'embedded' in SA film industry

Local film-maker, director and member of Sisters Working in Film and Television (Swift), Tiny Mungwe, said sexual harassment is part of the experience of women in the film industry.

“It’s an industry that has been historically predicated on the exploitation of women’s bodies visually and, as such, the …

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[durban] - KZN mortuary go-slow means dead are left on ward floors

Stakeholders say this is just one symptom of a health department which is itself in intensive care. And unions and opposition parties say there is no political will to arrest the situation.

Aside from the mortuary problem, there is an oncology crisis, which the department denies exists despite the findings …

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