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Former president Jacob Zuma attended his brother's funeral on Thursday. KZN Sihle Zikalala refused to comment on weather Zuma should get a presidential pardon.
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Basic Education in KZN says the number of schools vandalised and looted during the violent protests in the province is now 139.
The National Prosecuting Authority says it will not hesitate to charge those responsible for instigating the civil unrest in KZN and Gauteng with terrorism.
Over 300 unidentified bodies in the Phoenix, Durban, mortuaries are unidentified. The National Funeral Practitioners Association made the revelation on Wed.
The Randburg Magistrate's Court has denied bail for former radio host Ngizwe Mchunu, who was implicated as one of the instigators of the riots seen last week.
Tensions in the Royal Zulu family persist after a letter was sent to Premier Sihle Zikalala to recognise Prince Simakade Zulu as legitimate heir to the throne.