A security guard at Silverwoods Country estate testified that Oscar Pistorius told him this moments after the shooting.
A video of police beating, throttling and kicking a naked man in Cape Town’s CBD has caused a stir online.
The ANC’s Luthuli House headquarters in central Joburg came under siege during a protest by home-based caregivers.
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The Department of Basic Education is looking for ways to cut the rate of teacher absenteeism.
"Snollygoster" was deemed unparliamentary language after a DA MP was caught calling Tina Joemat-Pettersson one.
Parliament question reveals less than half of registered e-tags belong to individuals.
Video footage fron the third day of the murder trial of Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius.
The provincial government has launched a new bid to help young people find jobs, making it the top priority in next year’s budget.
A Cape Town traffic officer had to have emergency surgery after being shot five times outside his home by an unknown assailant.
A 16-year-old boy was hit in the neck by a stray bullet as he climbed the stairs to the block of flats where he lived.
Advocate presses Kevin Lerena to admit he could not hear the exchange between Oscar Pistorius and the gun owner.
Jason Loupis, owner at Tasha's restaurant was the next step in the state's attempts to paint Oscar Pistorius as reckless with firearms.
Less than three hours before Graeme Smith took to the pitch on Tuesday, he was batting for his daughter at her bedside in hospital.
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