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[durban] - IFP to hold last rally in attempt to woo voters

Durban - The Inkatha Freedom Party’s (IFP) bid to wrestle the control of KwaZulu-Natal from its long time political rivals, the African National Congress (ANC), would see it staging a counter final campaign rally on Sunday.

The rally dubbed “Sizonqonba” (We will triumph) to be held at Ulundi regional stadium …

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[durban] - #Elections2019: Last-ditch effort to woo voters

Leon will on Tuesday campaign in Durban’s predominantly Indian areas such as Phoenix and Chatsworth.

DA provincial leader Zwakele Mncwango said Leon’s campaign in the province was crucial.

“Any member who is campaigning is important. Due to time constraints he will only be in Chatsworth and Phoenix. He …

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[durban] - Look: Durban mayor helps five township women open bakery

Durban - In just under a year, a group of five young township women have seen their dreams of owning their own bakery business come alive with the assistance of eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede.

From humble beginnings of baking mouth-watering cakes and scones from their parents’ kitchen, the aspiring businesswomen now …

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[durban] - Reservoir Hills Protester swings log at man’s car

Prem Jugunundan, 61, the deputy principal of New Germany Primary School, said the M19 near the Reservoir Hills off-ramp had become a dangerous stretch of road to use in recent years.

Jugunundan was travelling on the M19 yesterday when he heard on the radio - and his wife, who was travelling …

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[durban] - Thursday declared day of mourning following #DurbanFloods

Durban - Following the devastating floods in KZN last week that claimed the live of at least 70 people, the KZN Premier has declared Thursday as a day of mourning.

According to East Coast Radio Premier Willies Mchunu said: "The Provincial Executive Council has resolved to declare Thursday as the provincial …

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[durban] - Fourth fuel price increase this year will hurt consumers

The one saving grace for minibus taxi commuters is that fares would not increase due to this hike.

The Department of Energy yesterday announced that international factors were behind the increases.

According to its statement, although the rand had strengthened slightly against the dollar, the price of Brent crude oil …

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[durban] - State splurges on bling cars

Johannesburg - Government departments continued to splurge hundreds of thousands of taxpayers' money on luxury vehicles for ministers, despite the country's economy being in dire straits.

Some departments went beyond the R1 million mark buying bling cars.

This has prompted renewed calls for the scrapping of the Ministerial Handbook, which governs …

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