Defence advocate Barry Roux continues to question if the crime scene had been tampered with
A stolen watch has been the focal point of testimony in Oscar Pistorius’s trial on Friday morning
The State has been coy about revealing whether it will call former investigator Hilton Botha to the stand in Oscar Pistorius’s trial
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Thuli Madonsela's report on SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng is obsessed with vilifying him, a group of religious leaders said
Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille has again challenged President Jacob Zuma to a public debate
The ANC has welcomed a judgment dismissing an application challenging the constitutionality of e-tolling legislation
The town of Bela Bela in Limpopo and surrounding areas were flooded when a dam wall gave way
Nigeria has protested the "merciless beating" of one its nationals by SA police and want the perpetrators punished
A grey duvet and a pair of jeans lying crumpled on the floor and a magazine with bullets were found in Oscar Pistorius's main bedroom
One of the first cops to reach Oscar Pistorius’s house after he shot dead Reeva Steenkamp has taken the stand
The High Court in Pretoria was shocked by an accidental screening of an image of Reeva Steenkamp's body
Barry Roux has grilled an expert witness who apparently failed to do a comprehensive examination of evidence
Corruption buster denies allegations
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