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The KwaZulu-Natal floods last week which left 70 de people have reportedly caused R1.1 billion in damage. The province's premier, Willies Mchunu, made the announcement on Monday.
UK supermodel, businesswoman and philanthropist, Naomi Campbell, lit up the stage at the Forbes Africa Leading Women's Summit recently in Durban. Naomi told attendees that Africa is one of the leading continents in the world.
An illegal land occupation near Midmar Dam could negatively affect Durban's water supply. DA councillor, Craig Millar, says the lack of provision of housing for people by the ANC could lead to pollution of the water supply.
Two Durban hijackers thought they were very clever when they took off in the vehicle they stole. However, a brave police officer proved them wrong and served justice to the two criminals. They were caught red-handed and red-faced.
Durban's mayor, Zandile Gumede insists she is not guilty of the fraud and corruption allegations against her. Gumede approached the Durban High Court over these accusations to get an order against those who defamed her.
A viral video captures the moment traffic police officers caught a 14-seater minibus taxi overloaded with 30 passengers. The incident apparently happened in Chatsworth, Durban. Find out more about it on Briefly.co.za.