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A man accused of dragging his dog behind his car appeared in the Knysna Magistrate's Court.
Public hearings into evictions in Lwandle will focus on the court application which led to the removals.
Some educationists don’t believe it necessary for schools’ codes of conduct to mention expulsion in hate speech cases.
Shop owners in Langa watched in despair as their livelihood went up in smoke during violent protest in the township.
Unhappiness over the allocation of new houses in Langa was one of the issues that led to the violent protests.
A dispute involving a gay couple who were turned away from a guest house in Wolseley could end up back in court.
An SAA pilot driving home towards central Cape Town after a late-night flight narrowly escaped a robbery on the N2.
A Gugulethu man whose heart was cut from his chest and allegedly eaten, was still alive when it was removed.
An undercover probe of the Junior Cisko Yakkies gang has led to the arrest of five Breede Valley Prison warders.
A policeman accused of raping two 14-year-old boys is expected to appear in the Blue Downs Magistrate’s Court.
Parliament's former chief operations officer has disappeared without trace, causing the the withdrawal of charges against a woman accused of hacking into his computer.
A Zimbabwean man accused of cutting out and eating a man's heart is a danger to society and a flight risk, the court heard.
Correctional services acting national commissioner Zach Modise has welcomed the arrest of five officials accused of working with a gang to commit criminal acts.
Court proceedings in the case of a Cape Town accountant accused of defrauding the Raya Hotel Group have been postponed.
Five correctional services officials accused of working with a gang to commit various crimes in prison have been arrested.
City officials are still picking through the debris in Langa after violent protest tore the township apart.
A step towards making Cape train stations safer was taken after high mast lighting was installed at the Eikenfontein.
A Gugulethu man was alive when his heart was ripped out and then allegedly cut into pieces to eat, the court heard.
A 23-year-old man accused of raping an elderly woman has appeared in the George Magistrate's Court.
Animal rights activists are planning a protests against the neglect of animals on a farm owned by Thandi Modise.
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