KwaZulu-Natal’s very own tennis ace and Paralympian, Lucas Sithole, and cultural activist, Lindiwe Mabuza, are to receive silver Orders of Ikhamanga
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Gerrie Nel is expected to continue his cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius in the North Gauteng High Court on Monday
The Oscar Pistorius trial has dramatically changed the relationship between the public, the media, and the courtroom
A banner proclaiming "We'll Stand By You" flanked by two photos adorn a blog set up in support of Oscar Pistorius
The man who has reduced Oscar Pistorius to tears for the past week teaches children wrestling: report
Just 6 789 South Africans abroad have registered as voters under the new electoral provisions to cast their ballots overseas
Sixty-six ANC members in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria, defected to the National Freedom Party on Sunday
Shrien Dewani seems content, a source says, describing his demeanour on arrival at Valkenberg hospital as friendly
Court staff involved in the Shrien Dewani extradition to SA were told that there was no room for messing up
The toddler who was nearly killed after being abandoned on the N1 highway by his mother remains in a place of safety
State prosecutor Gerrie Nel has reached what he says is the most improbable aspect of Oscar Pistorius’s testimony
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