Slain American journalist James Foley was with Anton Hammerl in 2011 when the South African was killed in Libya.
The case of a white man who called a domestic worker the k-word, has encouraged other domestic workers to come forward.
Questions over the future of Pansy Tlakula were ruled out of bounds when the IEC briefed a home affairs committee.
Slain reporter’s link to SA
More cases reported by domestics
Bid for motion on Tlakula stopped
Widow of Aussie star to get R5m
Ambrosini ended life on his terms
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Cape Town’s social fabric is a moving target, writes Solly Moeng.
Locals are key to a greater energy wi ...
Pallo: how about some kindness?
Captain of words that undergird my li ...
Black in Cape Town? Brace yourself
Bok captain gets behind the rhinos
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers has thrown his weight behind the Ride the Rhino three-day stage race.
Rilee, Shezi set for Proteas debuts
South Africa will hand debuts to top-order batsman Rilee Rossouw and left-arm seamer Mthokozisi Shezi in the third and final ODI against Zimba ...
Ramsey apologises for red card
Chiefs’ Masango eyes Bafana call-up
WP unchanged for Lions clash
Barca lose appeal against transfer ba ...
Cabinet appoints Matona new Eskom bos ...
The government has named Tshediso Matona as chief executive officer of Eskom.
Moody’s bank cut risks SA national ra ...
Consumer inflation slows to 6.3%
Funding Ebola fight is draining econo ...
ANC: Labour Act a sign of progression
Spring clean your SA this September
Date: September, Arbor Month There is a saying coined by Plastics SA that packaging doesn’t litter, people do. So, the Paper Recycling Association of South Africa, togeth ...
Sign language approved as first langu ...
Cavendish Square Launches #cavendishc ...
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