Not long ago, with regard to the change of guard in Zimbabwe, we warned of the transitional dangers Italian intellectual Antonio Gramsci elucidated in a Prison Notebooks essay in the 1930s. Sadly, we must now repeat the warning in relation to recent developments in South Africa.
DURBAN - DURBAN’S popular gqom duo, the Distruction Boyz, are set to take their thumping dance sounds to Barcelona, Spain.
DURBAN - INTERNATIONAL interest in the murder of Siam Lee continues to grow as the death of the 20-year-old, who was allegedly abducted from an upmarket Durban North brothel and later killed, is playing out in court.
Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Mhlanganyelwa Zuma, a man from the dusty rural village of KwaNxamalala in Nkandla, defied the odds to hold the highest office in the country.
DURBAN - When a University of KwaZulu-Natal student set up her Facebook account to search for a young, good looking and rich man, she never thought she would fall prey to an imposter.
DURBAN - AMID plans to bring the North Sea Jazz Festival to KwaZulu-Natal, former MEC for Economic Development and Tourism Mike Mabuyakhulu allegedly colluded with his then head of department, Desmond Khalid Golding, to ensure R28million was paid to a business that had no rights to organise the event.
DURBAN - There has been a twist in the Hillcrest pub racist assault video which went viral on social media last week.
DURBAN - PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma’s detractors are attacking the ANC for “dilly-dallying” and treating him with kid gloves.
DURBAN - WITH expectations mounting that President Jacob Zuma will step down soon, his son, Edward Zuma, says the family has nothing to do with ANC and government processes and that democratically elected leadership is not akin to a monarchy.
DURBAN - AS THE noose tightened around President Jacob Zuma’s neck, the ANC faced another conundrum: who to appoint interim president should Zuma go.
DURBAN - With more than 93000 followers and 1200 posts on her Instagram account, First Lady Thobeka Madiba-Zuma can most certainly be called a social media butterfly.
DURBAN - AS SCHABIR Shaik’s medical parole term enters its ninth year, fresh calls were made on Friday to review his health and parole conditions.
Durban - The Zulu royal family has lambasted insurance company MiWay for violating its privacy after a "humorous" leaked phone call between King Goodwill Zwelithini and a MiWay sales agent went viral on social media.