Three of the five people accused of killing Olwyn Cowley want the court to dismiss some of the charges against them.
A family member, suspected of the grusome deed, showed police where little Iminathi’s body was buried.
Far away from the cricket pitch, in a cramped conference room at a Holiday Inn – Cassim Docrat has his face in his hands.
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A Khayelitsha clergyman is planning to pick up his wooden cross this Easter to draw attention to harsh living conditions.
Marius Fransman has chosen to "sacrifice" his ministerial position and return full-time to the Western Cape.
Former DA spindoctor Ryan Coetzee - an adviser to Britain’s deputy prime minister - is paid more than Nick Clegg’s other aides.
A gang of armed robbers is targeting Cape Town’s MTN stores, leading to fear among franchisees.
New focus on clothing design could rejuvenate Cape Town's largest manufacturing industry.
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.
One of the accused in the Gumtree murder trial was promised cash to take the blame for killing Olwyn Cowley, the court heard.
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