Colonel JG Vermeulen shows that Oscar Pistorius was not wearing his prosthesis when he tried to break down his toilet door
A forensic investigator today used Oscar Pistorius's cricket bat to demonstrate how he would have struck the toilet door through which he had shot Reeva Steenka...
Forensic expert Colonel Johannes Vermeulen has taken the stand in Oscar Pistorius's murder trial
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President Jacob Zuma is shocked that students used the “Sieg Heil” gesture during an initiation event
Demands for the reinstatement of suspended general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi undermine its internal processes, Cosatu said
The drunken driving case against ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni has been postponed
Loud voices were heard the night Oscar Pistorius shot dead his girlfriend in his Pretoria home, the High Court in Pretoria heard
The first witness in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial endured intensive cross-examination on Tuesday
The media was given a stern warning after a picture was used of a witness being cross-examined during Oscar Pistorius's murder trial
From the time he arrived at work at 5am, Philemon Madisha has been unable to tear himself from the hive of activity just across the street
SA businessman who had been held in Equatorial Guinea’s notorious Black Beach prison since December was released into the care of SA embassy
36c/l fuel increase will add further strain to the pockets of motorists and consumers
Dewani must go to SA, UK judge rules
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