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Hunt for flood victim continues

Volunteers gathered at Durban's Green Hub at Blue Lagoon on Thursday to search for 62-year-old Brenda Lynn Scriven‚ who went missing during heavy rain on Monday.

Two arrested‚ military gear seized after navy burglary

Two people were arrested in an intelligence-driven overnight raid in the southern suburbs of Cape Town for allegedly stealing weapons‚ ammunition and hand grenades from the country’s biggest naval base at Simon’s Town.

Cola-Cola keen to ‘muck in’ to clean up Durban beaches

Coca-Cola wasn’t to “blame” for the mess‚ but when it came to removing it from KwaZulu-Natal’s litter-ravaged beaches‚ the beverage giant said: “Yes‚ we are in.”