A Stellenbosch man is to go on trial for murdering his son and the boy’s grandmother after he allegedly petrol-bombed their home.
During his term as president Nelson Mandela dramatically, and irrevocably, changed SA’s political and governance landscape.
R72m has been allocated by the City of Cape Town for its week-long programme of events honouring Nelson Mandela.
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Three cousins swept out to sea
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A man of giant moral dimensions
Nelson Mandela's name is synonymous with sacrificing personal freedom for the good of others, writes Michael Morris.
Letter: DA casts aside founding value ...
Let’s celebrate SA’s HIV/Aids success
Unity sacrificed on altar of self
Letter: Free house? Never
Philippines: homes turned into graves
Smell of death thick in the air as children point out bodies buried under debris.
Johnson loves intimidating England
Mitchell Johnson says he is relishing his intimidatory bowling, which has rattled England.
What’s gone wrong at United?
Capello happy with WC draw
Vaughan fears for whitewash
Proteas unchanged for India Tests
Politicians battle over ‘Brand Mandel ...
The scramble for control of the Mandela legacy - both financial and moral - has begun.
SEC quizzed Twitter about user growth
Gold One shares climbs as BCX to buy
Northam Platinum investors dilute hol ...
Joburg hotels make room for Mandela V ...
Tata Madiba, the Celebrity Magnet
Our Tata is and was so loved. He was a celebrity magnet, the world’s famous flocked to have a picture with South Africa’s greatest son. Here are some of the a ...
Pink memorial for Madiba in Cape Town
Celebratory Service: 9 December 2013
Coupons released for stadium event – ...
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