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Children stone car on M4

In the third rock-throwing incident on the North Coast, a motorist was stoned on the M4 today.

Ross Paxton told the Courier he was travelling on the M4 from Ballito at around 1.30pm today when he noticed four boys aged between 10 to 12 years old standing on the Boys Town bridge, Tongaat.

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Rock throwing – Minors taken for questioning

Tongaat SAPS has taken six children in for questioning regarding the tragic rock throwing incident that claimed the lives of two young siblings last month.

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Rock throwing – Bridges to be enclosed?

Provincial government and the Durban Metro have vowed to protect motorists following the deaths of two people from a rock thrown from the overhead bridge south of Ballito.

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Mayor to meet with Etete protesters

KwaDukuza mayor Ricardo Mthembu is expected to address Etete residents by next Tuesday after protesters took to the streets yesterday (Tuesday).

The Ekhalafukwe informal settlement in Etete blocked the R102 with burning tyres to show thier dissatisfaction with the slow progress of thier housing project and the high rate of unemployment.

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Desainagar murder accused denied bail

Bail has been denied for the 29-year-old man accused of murdering his girlfriend and her five-year-old child before burying their bodies in a shallow grave in Desainagar, Tongaat.

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Taxi violence in Sheffield

The early morning quiet of Sheffield was broken by gunshots today (Tuesday) in what appears to have been a drive-by style shooting.

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