Nelson Mandela’s extended family in the Eastern Cape are reflecting on the good times they shared with him.
Footprints near the body of brothel owner Pedro Lopez will shed light on who was inside his house on the night of his murder.
Two pensioners, aged 72 and 83, were wounded by robbers shooting at police after an alleged break-in in Cape Town.
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Judgment is set to continue in the case against a a taxi driver and his tout who randomly selected commuters to rape and rob.
A row has erupted over the SAAF's decision to pull the plug on Cape Town's "Wings and Wheels Air Show".
Her daughter died in shack fire and now the thought of a similar fate is Nosakho Sigwelo's worst nightmare.
The City of Cape Town has applied for an urgent interdict to stop a planned but illegal march of thousands on Friday.
Police are searching for six suspects after a young man was killed in a drive-by shooting in Mitchells Plain.
Two men and a woman posing as passengers fired shots into a taxi that stopped to pick them up, killing one person.
A woman who lost her memory when she was hit by a bus in Cape Town is to be reunited with her family.
A teen mom was so determined to write her matric exam that four hours after giving birth she was writing her Afrikaans paper.
Chanel du Toit was so desperate to stay alive that she clawed at her own face, the Paarl Regional Court heard.
Days before she died, Charmaine Mare used her phone to record attempts by Johannes de Jager to have sex with her.
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