Weeks after the highly publicised kidnap and sexual assault of an exchange student, police may have a suspect.
Experts say Western Cape gangs have become more sophisticated in their operations, organisational structures and methods.
South Africans are waiting for President Jacob Zuma to respond to the findings of a government investigation into “Guptagate”.
DA ‘outraged’ at Anene accused decisi ...
The withdrawal of charges against one of the men accused of raping and killing teenager Anene Booysen has been condemned the DA.
Cape toll intderdict welcomed
Cape official gets heavier punishment
Signal Hill rape suspect identified
Staggie granted day parole
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MPs prepare for Guptagate debate
The Gupta family’s use of Waterkloof Air Force Base will be debated by the National Assembly today.
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SBV trial man a murderer
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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the labour unrest in South Africa’s mining sector needs an urgent fix.
German economy to improve ‘markedly’
Gautrain prices to go up
Rand worst losing streak since 2008
JSE stocks at record highs
Pulis leaves Stoke after seven years
Stoke City have parted ways with manager Tony Pulis after a seven-year Premier League relationship.
Injury concerns for Stormers
Nibali fights off Scarponi challenge
Beckham jnr joins QPR academy
Kings boosted by Strauss return
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