Addington Hospital not accepting new patients due to faulty lifts

Durban – Emergency services in Durban have just been notified that Addington Hospital will not be accepting any new patients until further notice. The reason being that the lifts are not operational. According to Department of Health spokesperson Agiza Hlongwane ambulances are being diverted to King Edward VIII Hospital for the next six hours while… Continue reading Addington Hospital not accepting new patients due to faulty lifts

Durban husband exhumes wife’s body in search of closure

Durban – A heartbroken husband, who believes his wife died as a result of medical negligence, will do anything for closure. Last week, Nandha Chetty, 55, a Malvern businessman, had the body of his wife Jesse exhumed and hired a private pathologist to conduct a post-mortem. He has also asked Life Entabeni Hospital, where she… Continue reading Durban husband exhumes wife’s body in search of closure

Clairwood boys’ murders – ‘We force fed them poison and strangled one’

Durban – One of the two women charged with the murders of Clairwood boys Luyanda Msomi and Njabulo Mankayi has pleaded guilty in the Durban High Court – telling the court in chilling detail why and how they killed the boys. The two 10-year-old boys were allegedly killed in a revenge killing by the two… Continue reading Clairwood boys’ murders – ‘We force fed them poison and strangled one’

How KZN cop nailed a serial rapist, ended 4 year reign of terror

Durban – In convicting and sentencing a serial rapist to seven terms of life imprisonment, a Mtubatuba High Court Judge commended an Empangeni policeman for his “sterling investigation” of the case. The serial rapist, 25-year-old Mhlonipheni Mjadu, was convicted for rapes dating back to 2013. Little did Constable Duncan Boardman know that when he took… Continue reading How KZN cop nailed a serial rapist, ended 4 year reign of terror

Pupils treated at Durban school after coughing fits, burning throats and eyes

Durban – At least 15 pupils from Effingham Heights Primary School in Durban have been treated by paramedics after they started having coughing fits and complained of burning throats and eyes. Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst said the pupils most affected were the ones who were seated next to windows in their classrooms. “We received… Continue reading Pupils treated at Durban school after coughing fits, burning throats and eyes

eNCA’s director of news, Ben Said, drowns while on holiday in Mozambique

One of SA’s top television journalists has drowned while on holiday with his family in Mozambique. Ben Said, eNCA director of news, died on Monday, the channel announced on Tuesday. Said had recently returned to SA from TRT World in Turkey and rejoined the senior management team at eNCA at the beginning of the month.… Continue reading eNCA’s director of news, Ben Said, drowns while on holiday in Mozambique

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