A man who beat his wife to death with a steel pipe and buried her in a shallow grave will serve 12 years in jail.
Proposed Western Cape legislation aims to end 'senseless' child road deaths.
Buckling up is not a choice: it’s not just drivers whose lives are at risk, but those of others, writes Hector Eliott.
Wife killer jailed for 12 years
Child car seats to be compulsory?
‘My life is in here and it is ruined’
Cops out in force after bus attacks
Woman resigns after fight with pupil
A seatbelt is legal - and humane
ANC between a rock and hard place
Media are following EFF’s storyboard
Black in Cape Town? Be yourself
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Faf enjoying purple patch
Proteas batsman Du Plessis has scored 401 runs at an average of 66 in six ODIs on the current tour of Zimbabwe.
Rooney yearns for glory with England
Ryder Cup battle lines drawn
Federer powers into US Open quarters
No doping at 2014 TDF
Imperial sets its sights on African c ...
Imperial Holdings is expanding its motor vehicle business into Africa.
Wiese firm gets rhino deal refund
DRDGold seeks new mine dumps
Complaint against Phumelela bolstered
Auditor Arthur Andersen name returns ...
Khutsong community receives trees for Arbor Week
2 September 2014 During Arbor Month (September 2014), 650 trees will be planted by Dauphin HumanDesign® Group for the residents of Khutsong, Carltonville in Gauteng’ ...
Heritage reflected, explored at Artsc ...
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