Under administration and seriously failing its residents, a single administrator’s proposed turnaround strategy appears to be all that might keep the capital city of KwaZulu-Natal from complete collapse.
Environmental organisations’ issues with the Western Cape phosphate mine’s water use licence will go before the Water Tribunal, after a preliminary hearing found aspects of its granting ‘questionable’.
Two brothers born in South Africa to Angolan refugees have won their legal fight for citizenship in the only country they have ever known. But the Department of Home Affairs still wants to deny them this right.
Thandeka Mzimela fell off a ladder and drowned in Durban’s sea two years ago. But the company allegedly failed to provide her grieving husband with her cause of death report despite his repeated requests for information.