KZN Premier, Sihle Zikalala, led the peace walk in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Corruption and factional battles seem to be what’s behind violence at Tyeni village in Port St Johns.
Members of the neighbourhood watch in NU2 in Mdantsane,who will appear in court again on Tuesday, 7 September, enjoyed community support when they appeared in court last week Thursday.
Roadblocks set up by vigilantes during the violence in Phoenix were always going to lead to confrontation with residents of nearby townships as they rely on public services accessible only in the town.
Daily commuting in Cape Town has never been so dangerous. Eighty people have been killed this year, casualties in a turf war between taxi associations.
Small businesses have been decimated and food and energy security is in peril as civil unrest and looting continues in KZN and Gauteng.
Civil society call for the police restraint and de-escalation shown in Nkandla be extended to all protesters.
There is a growing list of complaints against an advocate, Viquelin-Kim Johnson.
The gruesome murder of Busisiwe Ngwadla and the light sentence given to her killer has put the spotlight on the effectiveness of police in dealing with femicide and gender-based violence.
It has become common for elderly women who stay by themselves in rural villages to leave for the cities for fear of being raped.
The magistrate made her ruling without allowing for cross examination of the accused..