22.4.2019 10:27 pm
A warning was issued by the SA Weather Services of the storm that is expected over eThekwini, especially over the central and southern areas.
Ethekwini municipality in Durban on Monday issued a flood warning and urged residents to be on "alert".
A number of the injured who are still at Ngwelezane Hospital, just outside Empangeni, are being treated for various fractures.
Sri Lanka’s police chief issued a warning on April 11, saying a ‘foreign intelligence agency’ had reported NTJ was planning attacks on churches and the Indian high commission.
The DA has refused to apologise to her and to stop telling potential voters she was fired by the party, when she in fact resigned.
Hundreds of law enforcement officials were deployed in various parts of the country’s roads, tourist destinations, shopping malls and Easter holiday hotspots.
Pollution means malaria-transmitting mosquitoes are expanding into regions where they previous weren’t, and water pollution results in increased tolerance to pesticides.
Robert Kyagulanyi’s attempt to reach a concert venue on the shores of Lake Victoria was blocked by police, who fired tear gas and a water cannon at his convoy.
Sunday’s fire, suspected to be arson, destroyed 12 coaches, two motor coaches and nine plain trailers.
Traffic is expected to increase in the region this afternoon, after the last Moria church service.
24 people have been arrested, but no responsibility has yet been claimed, after the worst ever attack against Sri Lanka’s small Christian minority.
The matter was reported to the police, and members from the Provincial Search and Rescue and the K9 Unit were summoned to the scene.
Police are trying to identify the man, who died after colliding head-on with a police vehicle.
More than half of the arrests were due to drunk driving, after 79 roadblocks and 65,000 fines were issued over the busy Easter weekend.
Welcome Thobejane was found in a black Polo, badly beaten, with a rope tied around his neck.
Sunday’s attacks against churches and hotels brought back painful memories of a conflict that lasted three decades and killed as many as 100,000 people.