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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The Western Cape Education Department has been accused of “starving” the funding of 17 schools earmarked for closure.
Shrien Dewani seems content, a source says, describing his demeanour on arrival at Valkenberg hospital as friendly.
"There can be no better place to be on my birthday than the Cape Flats," President Zuma told the cheering crowd.
Court staff involved in the Shrien Dewani extradition to SA were told that there was no room for messing up.
The UCT rugby player who allegedly hit a woman during a brawl has accused his victim of being "economical with the truth".
In the first SA link to the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, the fishing community is mourning the disappearance of Dr Chandrika Sharma.
A shark catch that has possibly set a new world angling record has left a shark tourism operator furious.
Bad cops are costing the Police Ministry millions and if two recent cases are used as a precedent, this may open the floodgates for others.
Ten crèches in the Cape have been shut down, pointing to growing concerns over complaints involving the care of children in local facilities.
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