Durban-born David Clark told a British court that a lesbian tryst and constant badgering about his small penis drove him to murder his wife Melanie.
14 July 2018 | News
And individuals have their own unique way of registering that certain behaviours focused towards them are a display of love.
14 July 2018 | Saturday Star
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has warned that there is a strategy to hinder investigations into state capture.
As Zimbabwe prepares to go to the polls next month the ruling party appears to be firmly in control of every aspect of life in the country.
14 July 2018 | Zimbabwe
As the defence counsel in Duduzane Zuma's manslaughter case Advocate Mike Hellens may find himself arguing against a ruling he made as an acting judge
14 July 2018 | Crime and Courts
The introduction of universal healthcare should mend the glaring disparities between SA’s private and public health systems
“People have seen that Russia is a hospitable country, a friendly one for those who come here,” Putin said.
Potential threats to the insect include habitat destruction because of agriculture (livestock farming) and urban development, and climate change leading to increased droughts.
The 39-year-old modelling agency boss remains on bail pending his sentence, despite having been convicted more than a year ago for his crimes.
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