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The two awaiting-trial prisoners who opened fire in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court, have not yet been arrested, police said.
Charges against 279 miners who were arrested during the August 2012 unrest in Marikana have been dropped.
Thieves who stole a rental company’s van thought they were in the clear after deactivating its tracking device.
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British businessman Shrien Dewani is due to appear in the Western Cape High Court today.
Don Steenkamp, the boy who killed his own father, mother and sister, is celebrating his 18th birthday behind bars.
Following recent attacks, Western Cape MEC is demanding urgent additional resources.
Jacob Zuma is approaching the SCA regarding an order for the NPA to hand over a copy of the spy tapes.
The SA Jewish Board of Deputies and Cosatu's Tony Ehrenreich will lay charges against each other over a Facebook post.
The State has called for the conviction of a former police sergeant accused of receiving a bribe to take a food parcel with dagga hidden in it to a prisoner.
Unannounced raids at schools throughout Gauteng will become a regular feature in a bid to curb violence.
The National Prosecuting Authority has provided retired judge Zac Yacoob with documents so he can begin his investigation into media leaks at the prosecuting authority.
The Western Cape High Court has reserved judgment on whether the decision to license three porn pay channels should be reviewed.
It is disappointing that courts are not very familiar with issues around access to information, the Right2Know Campaign said.
A man has been found guilty on 94 counts of fraud relating to the sale of state land, the Gauteng human settlements department said.
Child killers should be handed heavy prison sentences, the ANC said following the murder of a 10-year-old girl in Gugulethu.
The Right2Know campaign is filing an urgent application to open up the court record on tolling in the Western Cape which Sanral wants kept closed.
A man was arrested for allegedly raping a woman and killing a her boyfriend at a cemetery on the East Rand.
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has received an application to review the parole application of apartheid-era assassin Eugene de Kock.
Twenty people were injured when three taxis collided on the M4 in Durban.
Fifteen people were treated in hospital after coming into contact with an envelope containing suspicious white powder.
Instead of being places of healing, clinics across Cape Town have become battlegrounds.
The Cape High Court is to rule on a legal challenge involving the fate of mentally disabled people accused of crimes.
The Boschfontein Regional Court in Mpumalanga has found a bishop not guilty of raping his 13-year-old niece.
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