The KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu says they are keeping a close eye on the movement of people in the eThekwini metro after Level 4 of the national lockdown came into effect on Friday.
The possible continuation of strict lockdown regulations for the eThekwini district announced by KwaZulu-Natal Premier will not mean a complete shut-down of business. This is according to KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala.
People in eThekwini and surrounding areas are still ignoring the call by President Ramaphosa to stay at home for 21 days to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
An emotional former eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede says months after her arrest, the state has failed to indicate what charges link her to the Durban Solid Waste R389 million tender.
Durban Tourism Head Philip Sithole says he is excited about the growth in township tourism in the eThekwini metro over the festive season.