Five people were injured in an accident involving four cars on the N3 Durban bound roadway near Paradise Valley on Friday, 28 February. Share it now!
A taxi travelling down the Phoenix Highway burst into flames after it somersaulted and crashed into a light pole and landed on a fence on Thursday, 27 February. Share it now!
Phoenix residents joined thousands of South Africans to mark the 11th annual Shavathon at the Phoenix Plaza on Saturday, 1 March. The funds raised will go towards providing services to all people affected by cancer. CANSA is a leading role-player [...]
Two men appeared at the Scottburgh Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, 25 February for unlawful possession of drugs. Share it now!
Entries for the two day Dube Queen Nandi and King Shaka Trail run have been flying in with people keen on participating in the exciting race. The last day to enter is Sunday, 9 March so those interested should enter [...]
Five people were injured in an accident involving four cars on the N3 Durban bound roadway near Paradise Valley on Friday, 28 February.
Ward 18 councillor Tim Brauteseth has noted with growing concern the verdant growth of weeds in the gutters and roads of the Highway area.
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Ward 18 councillor Tim Brauteseth is eager for residents of the Highway area to know what lies ahead in the run up to the National and Provincial Election on 7 May 2014.
Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) is an annual international series of events including rallies, lectures, cultural performances, music shows, films and workshops held in cities, communities and campuses across the globe.
Three people were shot during the early hours of Friday morning after violence broke out between warring taxi associations.
Merebank resident, Mr D Ramalal (55) was found dead at the seaside between Cuttings and Treasure Beach by fishermen on Tuesday, 25 February.
A biker died in a collision involving his motorcycle and a vehicle at the intersection of Tara and Beacon Roads on Friday, 21 February.
The current Bafana Bafana side may not be able to qualify for very many international tournaments but one thing is for certain our boys in yellow know how to beat the big boys of international football or at least put up a good enough fight.
The Democratic Alliance calls on leaders of the KZN RTI Commission of Inquiry to urgently probe the allegation that documents submitted as part of the investigation were falsified by KZN’s transport department itself.
Furious and Fast is hosting a Car Sound Off and Dyno Day, on the 09th of March 2014 from 10.00am to 5.00 pm. There will be a Bikini car wash also available.
A 27-year old woman from Illovo was killed after allegedly being knocked by a municipal bus on its way to Umlazi at Badula Drive, Merebank on Tuesday, 25 February.
A taxi travelling down the Phoenix Highway burst into flames after it somersaulted and crashed into a light pole and landed on a fence on Thursday, 27 February.
As part of celebrating 20 years of democracy, eThekwini Municipality will be running an essay competition.
A 37-year old man and his wife were arrested last week for allegedly promising applicants homes in the Cornubia development near Verulam and Mount Edgecombe in exchange for cash deposits.
A suspect was arrested by Phoenix SAPS for attacking the manager of a local chicken restaurant allegedly over the size of his meal on Saturday, 22 February.
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Phoenix SAPS are investigating a case of house robbery after impostors posing as customers robbed the home, which is used as part of a popular catering business, specialising in Indian cuisine in Wattlebrooke, Brookedale last week.
Four armed robbers, who were “part of a gang terrorising Phoenix” in recent times, were killed in a shoot-out with Durban police on Thursday evening, 27 February in Westville.
A suspect wanted in a business robbery that took place in February last year in Greenwood Park was arrested by an off-duty police officer while gardening at a home in Glencroft, Phoenix.
The lawyer responsible for the death of three people in a horrific car crash along Athlone Bridge was sentenced to six years imprisonment by the Durban Magistrate Court on Friday, 28 February. After two and a half years, Koobashan Naicker (43), pleaded guilty last October to eight charges including three of culpable homicide and one of reckless driving relating to the deaths of mom Gillian Bell (32) and her son Connor (8) and dance teacher Carmen Hunter (19) in March 2011. Naicker was sentenced to eight years behind bars, with two years suspended. Magistrate Blessing Msani ruled that the sentences will run concurrently. He was also declared unfit to own a firearm. The magistrate ruled that Naicker had failed to show remorse for his actions. Naicker admitted that he had been drinking and snorting cocaine at the time.