Social worker from Child Welfare Chatsworth seek information regarding the details and whereabouts of the natural parents of the following children: Micaella Runganathan who was born on 1 June 2000; Neelan Govender who was born on 29 September 2004; Varshan...
Rayen Chetty (23) who is accused of killing his girlfriend’s mother after allegedly driving over her repeatedly outside her Woodhurst home, was granted bail of R5 000 at the Chatsworth Magistrates Court on Wednesday, 16 August. Forty-three-year old creche teacher...
Malvern SAPS Crime Prevention members removed a dagga plantation on Thursday, 17 August. Malvern SAPS Corporate Communications Officer W/O Radhika Marimuthu stated that the members held covert surveillance at the area in Malvern. “Intelligence had been received regarding a dagga...
Japfest: The Rivalry Standoff will be taking place at the Chatsworth Stadium on Sunday, 27 August, commencing at 9am. This show will include a park off, sound off, a new concept show ‘n shine, dyno, and a best club presentation.   The...
KZN Provincial Commissioners Excellence Awards were held at the Olive Convention Centre in Durban on Friday, 4 August. Captain Cheryl Pillay of Chatsworth SAPS won the category of Woman of the Year whilst the Chatsworth Community Policing Forum won the...
The Al Aqsa Group of Chatsworth held an awareness campaign on Saturday, 12 August to educate people of the recent events in Palestine. Moulana Saleem Abraham, who was the chief organiser of the event, stated that the Friday prayer was...
By Janice Pillay "He then knocked her and drove over her back and forth, over four times whilst dragging her on the road..." A mere two days after Women's Day, a Woodhurst mother-of-three was brutally killed when her daughter's boyfriend allegedly repeatedly drove...
The trial of the Havenside father accused of raping two of his daughters (9 and 15) will commence at the Durban Regional Court on Thursday, August 10. Chatsworth FCS (Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences) Unit Commander Col. K.S...
9 August is Women's Day and is celebrated to remind us of the role women played in changing the course of our country's history. On 9 August 1956 over 20 000 women of all races, religions and socio-economic backgrounds came...
The trial of the brutal rape and murder of three-year old 'Baby Jamie' resumed on Monday,  31 July at the Durban High Court and saw the child's mother being questioned extensively about a car accident in 2001. According to...

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