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Only one monetary contribution of R2 000 was made towards the Multi-Party Democracy Fund.
The South African Weather Service forecaster Thandiwe Gumede says they expect the systems to start moving east onwards.
Community policing forums in and around eThekwini have pledged to continue protecting their communities themselves until rumours of a national shutdown die down.
Hearings into last month's unrest are underway behind closed doors in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
The court heard the state wants it's own medical practitioner to examine Zuma on his fitness to be present in court and stand trial.
Hundreds of EFF supporters have started arriving by bus in Phoenix, north of Durban, ahead of what the party is calling a march against racism towards Africans.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says the number of people killed in Phoenix during the unrest has risen to 36.
University of Cape Town law expert Cathleen Powell says legally, government can impose restrictions on unvaccinated people.
A Durban mother who threw her toddler into the arms of strangers to flee their burning building says while they are thankful to have survived the incident, they are still traumatised.
Peace Committee convener Chris Biyela says the suspects need to answer for the crimes that were committed.
Environmental Affairs officials say the fire at a chemical factory in Cornubia, north of Durban, was still burning by Thursday afternoon.
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