The South African Funeral Practitioners Association (SAFPA) has offered their assistance to bury victims of the unrest two weeks ago in the Phoenix area, north of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal.
It is believed that the 41-year-old internationally acclaimed choreographer is one of the over 20 people who were killed in Phoenix when Indian community members, who were patrolling the area during the unrest, allegedly assaulted and shot suspected looters.
Acting minister in the Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, briefs the media on the latest events after the recent looting and unrest in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
The head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Shamila Batohi, has assured members of Parliament that the entity will be steadfast in its independence while prosecuting those responsible for the recent violence and looting in the country.
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African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) member, Kwazi Mshengu, has called the loss of lives in Phoenix, north of Durban, during last week's violent unrest, a genocide.
Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has dismissed reports of renewed unrest on the country's highways as fake news but has confirmed that the death toll from last week's looting and arson in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng has risen to 337.
The unrest that followed former president Jacob Zuma's arrest may have exposed deep seated unresolved issues in South Africa among a section of the country's population, but analysts say this could have happened anywhere in Africa.
Former President Jacob Zuma is in good health and high spirits, says ANC KwaZulu-Natal chairperson and premier, Sihle Zikalala.
The governing party in KwaZulu-Natal has distanced itself from the event, with ANC provincial spokesperson, Nhlakanipho Ntombela, saying they do not know who organised the event.
Acting health minister, Mamoloko Kubayi-Nguban,i has urged people in the province to be on the lookout for medicines sold on the black market as they could be contaminated.
Social grant payments have been postponed in parts of KwaZulu-Natal following last week's unrest in the province.
The country's biggest food and retail workers union South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union (Saccawu) says it has lost over 10 percent of its membership due to the ongoing massive retrenchments in the sector.
As KwaZulu-Natal picks up the pieces after the unrest, residents in the mixed-race township of Phoenix, are dealing with allegations of racism levelled against them.
Correctional Services has confirmed that it is considering an application by jailed former President Jacob Zuma to attend the funeral of his late brother, Michael.
The case against former Ukhozi FM DJ, Ngizwe Mchunu, has been postponed to July 28 at the Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg, Gauteng.
The Sharks rugby union has raised close to R2 million to help those who have been affected by the violent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal last week.
The head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Shamila Batohi, says she is concerned about whether the country has the investigative skills to successfully prosecute those who instigated the recent violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
The High Court in Pietermaritzburg delivers judgment on former president Jacob Zuma’s application to have his fraud and corruption case postponed.
The public has been warned not to pick up dead marine life or to harvest living marine resources on the coast between Umhlanga and Umdloti north of Durban.
The three are not part of the 12 people mentioned last week who are suspected to be the masterminds of the violence and looting. They are expected to appear in court within the next few days.
The resumption of movement of road freight got off to a slow start on the N3 road linking Gauteng and Durban.
A former United States (US) ambassador to South Africa is now calling for the US to step up and make the unfolding unrest more of a foreign policy priority.
The Zuma foundation says it is concerned by the court’s directive as it is not consistent with provisions of both the Criminal Procedure Act (CPA) and the Constitution.
The destruction of property and looting is a result of poverty and inequality - these are structural and deliberately designed through unequal education or lack of access thereof, limited economic activity enforced by spatial injustice to put Black people at the bottom of the food chain to inherit a life of destitution.
For many years, sport has been used to unite people from different backgrounds and professional football coaches born and bred in the province of KwaZulu-Natal say it is for this reason that they have come together to call for peace in the province.
President Cyril Ramaphosa was addressing the nation on the riots, which were sparked by the jailing of former president Jacob Zuma.
The Automobile Association is warning of steep fuel price hikes at the end of July.
The campaign organisers claim that the protests and the accompanying destruction of property over the past few days were as a result of the outpouring of anger from those supporting Zuma.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is addressing the nation on the security situation in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.