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City Neatens Its Front Yard And Ignores The Rest
IN THE Editor’s Note, “Well done, eThekwini” (the POST, April 7-11), you complimented the municipality for a job well done on the beachfront. And then you expressed a wish that the municipality should give the same caring attention to the rest of the
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‘Gun-for-hire’ Trial Witness Changes Story
THE State will continue to fight for justice for Kidesh Ramjettan, who was killed in August 2018, despite its chief witness backtracking on Monday. The State was relying on the evidence of Ayanda Innocent Shezi, who turned State witness after pleadin
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Student Tells Of UCT Fire Terror
TA’RIQ Mohabir, of Pietermaritzburg, had just settled in at a student residence at the University of Cape Town (UCT) on Wednesday when, within just four days, a wildfire ripped through the area. “We were in our residence when we saw thick clouds of s
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Vegan Cuisine
1½ cups cake wheat flour2 tbs (30ml) semolina1 tsp (5ml) baking powder¼ tsp bicarbonate of soda½ tsp nutmeg powder¼ tsp cardamom powder1 tbs (15ml) Flora vegan margarine1 can (200ml) vegan coconut condensed milkoil for deep frying1 cup (250ml) desicc
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A Darts Ace And Legend
GROWING up in the home of a shoemaker in Northdale, Pietermaritzburg, Roshan Sivraman’s passion and love for the sport of darts was honed from a young age. “Following in my father’s footsteps, I worked in the shoe factory from the age of 15. To date,
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Judge Dhaya Pillay Is Caught In A Crossfire
THE revelation by Chief Justice Moegeng Moegeng with regard to an overture made by Minister Pravin Gordhan to him on behalf of Judge Dhaya Pillay five years ago is worrisome and baffling. It defies common logic that this revelation was made at a crit
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15 Years On … Families Still Wait For Title Deeds
WHEN Premella Bhoosun moved into her council home in Mount Moriah 15 years ago, it was the happiest day of her life. Apart from it being a new start for her and her family, the eThekwini Municipality and the Department of Human Settlements in KwaZulu
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Pillay Sisters Destined For Karate Fame
SIBLINGS Azaria and Zia Pillay again shone in the recent Karate South Africa (KSA) League tournament held in Bloemfontein. The sisters, both pupils at the Durban Girls High School (DGHS), followed up on their achievements at the South African Nationa
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Mom’s Heartbreak As Daughter Is Shot
NAVISHKA Roopnarain planned to complete matric and train to become a nurse. The 17-year-old, of Demat, near Mariannhill, wanted a better life for herself and her mother, Lavi Roopnarain, who recently lost her job as a caregiver. But on Saturday night
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Patient’s Maggots Horror: DA Calls For Probe
THE DA in KwaZulu-Natal has requested the health ombudsman conduct an investigation after maggots were allegedly found in a Verulam woman’s leg. Last week, the POST reported that Rani Nadesan, 55, of Canelands, was admitted to the Osindisweni Hospita
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The Quote
Progress isn't made through fear. ... Fear is the coward's way of leadership. MICHELLE OBAMA US attorney and author ■
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BJP, RSS Key To Saving Culture
WITH reference to the letter “BJP/RSS philosophy cannot be allowed in South Africa” (the POST, April 14-18). Saber Ahmed Jazbhay and the world have a duty to appreciate that India’s Hindu culture came into existence when the Vedas were composed more
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Ellaurie Pleased With Outcome
“This failure in and of itself demonstrates that another court applying the full and complete test to establish nuisance would very well come to a different conclusion.” The madrassah argued that Ellaurie was opposed to the Azaan because it gave the
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‘Poor Forced To Receive Inhumane Treatment’
THE lead story "Maggots infest wounds" (the POST, April 14-18), is worrying. A week does not go by without state hospitals making headlines. What a shame, for nurses and doctors who treat their fellow human beings in such a manner. I mourn the loss o
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As The US Plans To Withdraw Afghan Troops, What Was It All For?
UNLIKE most US presidents, Joe Biden did not come to the White House with many fixed ideological positions. He did, however, come with fixed values. Chief among them is understanding how US policies impact working American families. In his nearly hal
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‘EFF Grabs Any Opportunity To Attack Gordhan’
THE intentions of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng have been questioned after he raised an issue that happened almost five years ago. Last Monday and Tuesday, the chief justice was presiding over the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interviews with the
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Precarious Power: Ramaphosa Basks In NEC Glow
IT APPEARS, for the moment, that President Cyril Ramaphosa has won a key battle in the war for control of the governing ANC, of which he is also the head. This became apparent after a highly charged recent meeting of the ANC’s national executive comm
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Tomatoes Too Expensive To Make Chutneys
SOUTH African market traders, street vendors and farmers have raised concerns over the swift increase in the price of tomatoes. The sudden increase is reportedly linked to the shortage of good quality tomatoes in the country, following heavy rainfall
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Unions Reject 2.8% Wage Offer For Municipal Workers
MUNICIPAL workers’ unions have rejected a wage increase offer of 2.8% from local government. Ahead of wage negotiations for the 2021/2022 financial year, the South African Local Government Association (Salga) proposed a 2.8% salary increase for munic
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‘I Did Not Kill My Friend’
ASHEN Vishnudath, who is on trial for the alleged killing of a mechanic, has denied being responsible for his death. Vishnudath, 29, of Reservoir Hills, was testifying during his evidence-in-chief at the Durban High Court last Wednesday. According to
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Public Can Submit Input On Proposed Tariff Hikes
RATEPAYER associations say they intend on commenting on the proposed tariff hikes scheduled to start in July. Last year, the eThekwini Municipality released its draft budget for 2020/2021. It said electricity would rise by 14.59%, water by 8.5%, refu
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Helios Oil Shortages Expected
UNITY Food Products, which manufactures Helios oil, has said that there would be a shortage of the product. According to an advertisement (see Page 5), Unity Food Products said the stock was limited. Farouk Vawda, the general manager, said the shorta
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Accused To Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation
THE man accused of kidnapping, raping and killing 22-year-old Tongaat woman Komell Pillay, will undergo a psychiatric assessment before he stands trial. This is to determine if he was of sound mind at the time of the incident. Siphiwe Mthembu, 21, ap
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Your Stars
This week is about teamwork and making the most of opportunities offered by others. Use your intuition to make a wise decision. You are being guided by spirit. Lucky colour: blue. The energy around you is shifting and the wheel of fortune is turning
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Who Will Replace The ‘Special One’ At Spurs?
TOTTENHAM Hotspur confirmed the appointment of Ryan Mason as its interim head coach for the remainder of the 2020-21 season yesterday. The club had sacked manager Jose Mourinho on Monday following a string of poor results in the ongoing season. "Foll
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Abandoned SAPS Houses A ‘Crime Den’
A MUD-STAINED teddy bear, broken bottles, shattered windows, dense bush and the stench of faeces are all that remain at two abandoned state-owned SAPS houses in Brindhaven, Verulam. The buildings in Russom Street were formerly occupied by police capt
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Monument Must Convey A Meaningful Message
THE decision of the 1860 Commemoration Monument Committee – to defer plans to avert a monumental disaster and to call for public participation to express concepts and ideas for a commemorative monument – is refreshing. More recently, monuments throug
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Former Employees Accused Of Corruption
TWO information technology (IT) executives, previously employed by mobile network Cell C, were charged with fraud and corruption amounting to more than R130 million. Adriaan Pillay, 39, and Ismail Adanjee Mohamed, 44, appeared in the Specialised Comm
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Either You Are In Or You’re Out, Fifa Warns Super League Clubs
FIFA president Gianni Infantino told the 12 breakaway European Super League clubs on Tuesday that they could not be "half in, half out" of the established football system and must face up to the reality of their decision. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manc
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When Religious Dress And Politics Collide
AS SECULARISM grows in most countries, religious education and societal dress codes still court controversy. The Sri Lankan government, on the second anniversary of the Easter Sunday bombings, is pushing for bills to be passed in parliament to ban Mu
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