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All the glitz and glam as MPs and guests arrive at Parliament ahead of President Zuma's State of the Nation Address.
For more than five hours police had to fend off stone-throwing protesters, some turning on the media, traumatising a number, injurin... View Pictures
Legendary singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen rocked the crowd last night during the first concert of his South African tour.
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From the man to the statesman, Cape Times chief photographer Michael Walker has captured Nelson Mandela throughout the years.
Birthday wishes through the years from the Cape Times
Nelson Mandela's birthday has always made front page news, here are samp... View Pictures
In a press conference late Thursday, President Jacob Zuma confirmed the news that Nelson Mandela has died.
December 6 2013 at... Watch video
Cape Times photographer Brenton Geach received an accolade for the best photographer at this year's Vodacom Journalist of the Year a... View Pictures
A photographic exhibition at the National Library of South Africa is ringing out the old.
Three South Africans scooped top honours at the acclaimed BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards ceremony in London this week,... View Pictures
Speed freaks have gathered at Hakskeen Pan in the Northern Cape for the Kalahari Speedweek.
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