A Western Cape Grade 8 pupil has been stabbed to death, apparently by a fellow pupil, on his way to school.
A policeman was alone on duty at the Klapmuts police station when he was shot dead by criminals who stole five firearms.
“First you bend down and carefully place the chicken between your thighs,” says self-titled capon whisperer Lynn Giles.
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New hope is ahead for Agnes Gidi, a morbidly obese Nyanga pensioner who has been bedridden for more than a decade.
Rescue services did not realise a veld fire had been started by a crashed gyrocopter until they found the wreckage.
Pensioners recount their experiences, both positive and negative, of the twenty years since apartheid was abolished.
A defence experrt has corroborated certain aspects of Oscar Pistorius' version of events of the night he shot Reeva Steenkamp.
When it comes to road safety, children might be the ones teaching their parents.
One of the accused in the Gumtree murder trial was promised cash to take the blame for killing Olwyn Cowley, the court heard.
An order to pay damages to tetraplegic Andrew Merryweather would mean “an adult life of insolvency” for Oliver Scholtz, a court heard.
In spite of his renown in the art world, Peter Clarke will be remembered in Ocean View as an “uncle, a gentleman and a teacher”.
Pregnant women are resorting to emergency contraceptives and herbal remedies to perform abortions at home.
A 19-year-old who was his disabled mom’s primary caregiver snapped during an argument and stabbed her to death.
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