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A woman, 70, died in the waiting room at Kimberley Hospital after waiting for eight hours for medical assistance.
A pastor who says he is the rightful owner of the dog that survived falling into the Big Hole wants to to reclaim her.
The son of an 87-year-old Galeshewe woman found the naked body of his mother when he visited her to give her medication.
[PICS] A dog who survived after it fell down the Big Hole was brought to the surface after a 15-hour rescue mission.
Rose Coetzee's son, 12, ran to his aunt's house for help after he witnessed his mother being attacked.
The dog which fell into Kimberley's Big Hole has been successfully rescued.
Kimberley rescue mission is set to attempt new approaches on Saturday.
A rescue team will abseil into Kimberley's Big Hole on Saturday to save a dog.
A rescue operation is underway to save a dog that has fallen down the Big Hole in Kimberley, paramedics said.
The accused's intimate knowledge of the Steenkamp murders showed he was present at the time, said the State Advocate.
The murder of the Steenkamp family and the rape of the girl victim are linked, prosecutor Hannes Cloete told the court.
This was the question Judge President Frans Kgomo asked the teen accused of the Steenkamp family's murder.
Two men, found in possession of khat worth R10 000, were arrested in Jan Kempdorp in the Northern Cape for dealing in drugs.
Closing arguments in trial of a 17-year-old boy accused of murdering the Steenkamp family on their farm will be heard next week.
The testimony of the teen accused of killing the Steenkamp family was in the realm of the impossible, the court heard.
Three people died in a head-on collision in Kimberley, Northern Cape, Netcare 911 paramedics said.
"I don't know why" was the standard response given by the 17-year-old murder accused during cross examination.
A teenager accused of murdering the Steenkamp family kept up a steady stream of “I don’t knows” under cross examination.
The 17-year-old accused of killing three members of the Steenkamp family told the court he did not hear one of them being attacked 15 metres away.
The evidence does not correspond with the accused's version of the Steenkamp murders, the State advocate has said.
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