Dewani 'improbabilities' highlighted24/11/2014 13:31
Western Cape High Court Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso was asked on Monday to look at all the improbabilities surrounding the evidence presented during the trial of British businessman Shrien Dewani.
Tongo is a “completely unreliable witness”: defence24/11/2014 12:59
The only person that British businessman Shrien Dewani spoke to directly about an alleged plan to kill his wife had revealed himself as a poor witness, the Western Cape High Court heard during a discharge application on Monday.
Man in court for possession of tik24/11/2014 11:11
A 41-year-old man is expected to appear in the Goodwood Magistrate's Court in Cape Town on Monday on charges of drug dealing, Western Cape police said.
Dewani's discharge application to be heard24/11/2014 7:10
The Western Cape High Court is expected to hear arguments on Monday on an application for British businessman Shrien Dewani's discharge on charges of conspiring to kill his wife.
Body of a man recovered near St Helena Bay23/11/2014 16:31
The body of a man was recovered while another man was still missing near St Helena Bay in the Western Cape on Sunday, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said.
Former police officer gets house arrest21/11/2014 16:34
A former police warrant officer with 25 years of experience, was placed under house arrest for a year on Friday for his involvement in an assault on a naked Nigerian man in a street in the Cape Town CBD in March.
Lili claim 'irresponsible': ANC21/11/2014 13:11
Former Cape Town city councillor Andile Lili's claim that the ANC's Western Cape leadership was involved in his shooting is "irresponsible", the party in the province said on Friday.
ANC backs off on EFF report20/11/2014 23:43
Faced with a clearly combative opposition, the ANC on Thursday night abandoned a debate in the National Assembly on a report calling for the suspension of 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs from the legislature.
No record of Delft killing:Police20/11/2014 16:15
The victim of an alleged mob justice attack in Delft, Cape Town, did not succumb to his injuries, Western Cape police said.
Dewani defence files discharge papers19/11/2014 17:22
Lawyers for British businessman Shrien Dewani filed their heads of argument on Wednesday afternoon for his discharge on charges of conspiring to kill his wife Anni.
Cop eats banana as man dies19/11/2014 7:47
Police officers stood by and watched an angry crowd mete out mob justice on a man who died an hour later from his injuries.