Cancer patients in KZN must ‘relocate to another province or die’ as last specialist in Durban resigns

As of the close of business on Friday‚ there will not be a single cancer specialist doctor employed at any state hospital in Durban – and only two will be left in KwaZulu-Natal. This shocking development leaves hundreds – if not thousands – of cancer patients in KwaZulu-Natal’s biggest city facing clinical uncertainty and staring […]
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Some good news:- Court throws out fracking application for KZN.

The Western Cape High Court has set aside a prospecting right application, which could have opened the way for fracking in South Africa. The court’s decision could put the brakes on a number of similar prospecting applications if they followed the same process. Fracking has not yet been signed off in South Africa. But a […]
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Zuma Draws Resemblance With Christ And Ridiculed Those Calling For Him To Resign

According to the president, it’s fine for churches to be political, as long as they’re not criticizing him. They should instead quietly pray for him … and be respectful. On Easter Sunday, President Jacob Zuma addressed the Twelve Apostles of Christ Church in Umgababa‚ south of Durban, through a translator and reportedly said churches and religion […]
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Mighty Zulu, 200 years old this year yet still enslaved. Can Zulu survive the sustained attack from globalist supremacists?

This year the Zulu nation celebrates its second centenary, an auspicious occasion which is deafeningly absent from mainstream TV and news channels! Are the once mighty Zulu still a nation or merely the remnants of a once great fighting force created by Shaka? Has Zulu tradition and culture been too thin to survive globalism? Can […]
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