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Anni’s family denies sex text14/4/2014 6:47
As the Dewani family kept a low profile, murdered Anni Dewani’s family was confronted with allegations of damaging text messages.
No tender for R1.8m Mandela bust: report13/4/2014 10:21
The contract for a R1.8 million bust of former president Nelson Mandela was awarded to a company owned by Dali Tambo without being put out to tender.
Long hunt for missing jet looms as pings go silent13/4/2014 8:28
After a week of optimism over four underwater signals believed to be coming from the missing Malaysian plane, the sea has gone quiet and Australia's leader is warning that the massive search will likely be long.
Snowden the 'traitor' looms over Pulitzers13/4/2014 7:52
Hero or traitor? America is still polarized over Edward Snowden and whether the newspapers that exposed the extent of NSA's vast global spying network should be lauded or condemned.
Straight from plane to dock for Dewani8/4/2014 5:34
The department of Justice yesterday has ruled out any special treatment for murder accused Shrien Dewani in court when he lands at Cape Town International Airport this morning.
Pistorius to take the stand as defence presents its case6/4/2014 5:24
Oscar Pistorius is expected to take the stand as his trial resumes this week in a defence relying on forensic experts and South Africa's notoriously high crime rate to explain how and why he shot dead his girlfriend.
Zuma 'concerned' by accusations of impropriety3/4/2014 7:55
President Jacob Zuma expressed concern over damaging allegations that he benefited from unlawful renovations at his private home worth R240 million, a bill picked up by taxpayers.
PAC funds frozen: Report30/3/2014 7:17
The Pan Africanist Congress is struggling to campaign for the elections because its funds have been frozen