All five campuses of the Durban University of Technology’s academic programs have been “temporarily” suspended after ongoing student protests

Economist says Zuma government cost taxpayers about R470bn – What a waste of good money!

Illegal land grabs take place in Durban after hundreds of people who are fed up with slow pace of housing delivery allocated plots themselves and start building shacks

WATCH | Nearly 50 pupils crammed into taxi – doing it the South-African way!

Rolling Blackouts on the cards as AMCU threaten secondary strike , AMCU represents about half of coal mine workers in SA

SA characterised by chaos and violence – Angry protesters barricaded roads with burning tires and set bus alight in Eastern-Cape

ANC transformed the country into a disaster! In ANC-terms, the list of “transformational successes” is mind blowing, particularly seen in the context with the obsession with race representation at all costs, especially with regard to experience and skills

Eskom and SA are paying an expensive price for ANC’s Affirmative Action Policy – white experienced and knowledgeable engineers are missing from the state entity and now experts have to come from abroad to save Eskom

ANC-regime is blatantly misusing our money on its own election campaign, the Free State SOPA expenditure is going to cost the taxpayer more than R2 million

ANC-government to open state-owned pharmaceutical company – the idea of this is terrifying since we are all aware of the lack of skill government officials has not to mention a treasury that is lacking funding – How on earth will this move be sustainable?

Durban’s meningitis warning after death of 7-year-old boy

Major traffic warning – Johannesburg is closing down the M2 highway for repairs – SA roads and bridges are facing a crises due to lack of poor maintenance

What a check! These kids want everything on a silver platter for free – UKZN students burn mattresses in protest over ‘uncomfortable’ beds – African mentalism is destroying our country

SA’s largest township owes Eskom R17 billion – Soweto residents respond: Hell no, we won’t pay for electricity!

Loadshedding left a trail of destruction in South Africa, weakening the poor economy by at least R10bn; this should be a costly lesson for the Ramaphosa government