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Judge went too far, says Milo36 minutes ago
Judge Thokozile Masipa went "too far" by restricting the media from tweeting post-mortem evidence in Oscar Pistorius's murder trial, a media law expert said in a television interview
Bronx trial continues11/3/2014 7:10
The trial of three men accused of murdering night club owner Bruno Bronn is expected to continue at the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday.
Blackout annoys tweeps11/3/2014 6:55
Social media users were quick to react over what they called “court-shedding” following a ban on all live coverage of the pathologist’s testimony in the Oscar Pistorius trial.
PAC factions’ court tiff11/3/2014 6:44
Letlapa Mphahlele’s PAC faction has lost everything in its battle to register for the elections following Alton Mphethi group court action victory, PAC secretary-general Narius Moloto said.
Numsa prepares to ‘battle white males’11/3/2014 6:38
Metalworkers union Numsa has called on its members to brace themselves for the “mother of all battles” as they prepare to bargain with “stubborn white males” in the large engineering sector.
Oscar trial moves into day seven11/3/2014 6:07
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius's murder trial continues in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday following an emotional day six.
Report shows up failures11/3/2014 5:56
Communications Minister Yunus Carrim said he had accepted the public protector’s appraisal of the SABC saying there was an indication of failure of corporate governance.
Western Cape detective arrested10/3/2014 19:25
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) arrested a constable and a civilian on Monday for assaulting a man who was now in a coma, a spokesman said.
Water Affairs issues flood warnings10/3/2014 18:05
The department of water affairs issued a flood warning for some provinces on Monday after heavy rainfall soaked most parts of the country.
Krejcir-linked trial postponed10/3/2014 17:29
The trial of Owen Serero, linked to the attempted murder of investigators in a case against Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir, was postponed on Monday.
Tattoo a mystery in Cape murder trial10/3/2014 17:21
The pathologist who inspected 16-year-old Charmaine Mare's body never found a heart tattoo near her pelvis, the Western Cape High Court heard on Monday.
Whites are paid more: Numsa10/3/2014 16:49
White workers are paid four times more than their African counterparts, the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) said on Monday.
Rape accused wrestles cops in court10/3/2014 16:34
A man accused of raping two young girls wrestled with police officers during his appearance in the Nelspruit Regional Court on Monday.
SA silent on expulsions10/3/2014 16:30
With the diplomatic ball firmly back in South Africa's court following the expulsion of six of its diplomats from Rwanda, the department of international affairs on Monday persisted in its silence on the matter.
Krejcir-linked trial postponed10/3/2014 16:21
The trial of Owen Serero, linked to the attempted murder of investigators in a case against Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir, was postponed.