I sacrificed my life: Tongo30/10/2014 17:17
Convicted shuttle taxi driver Zola Tongo seemed to portray himself as a victim when describing how the Anni Dewani murder plot affected him, during questioning in the Western Cape High Court on Thursday.
Tongo drilled on hit money30/10/2014 14:40
Murder-accused Shrien Dewani's lawyer repeatedly questioned one of his client's alleged accomplices in the Western Cape High Court on Thursday on the payment arrangement for a hit on Dewani's wife Anni.
Tongo quizzed on hitmen names30/10/2014 12:29
Convicted shuttle taxi driver Zola Tongo made a mistake in his initial statement to police when he said Anni Dewani's killers did not introduce themselves to him by name, he told the Western Cape High Court on Thursday.
No on church collapse DNA30/10/2014 11:20
There has been no on the DNA analysis of the 116 victims of the church building collapse in Nigeria, government said on Thursday.
Malema's anger is justifiable: la Grange29/10/2014 15:29
The anger displayed by Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is justifiable, Nelson Mandela's former private secretary Zelda la Grange said on Wednesday.
Reward for SU students29/10/2014 4:16
Three students at the Stellenbosch University (SU) have been rewarded with bursaries of R85000 each for their hard work.
Dewani's escort testimony cut short27/10/2014 12:45
A gay male escort whose services were procured by British businessman Shrien Dewani testified for just a few minutes in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.
Front seat shot impossible: expert27/10/2014 12:08
A ballistics expert conceded on Monday that it would have been impossible to fire a shot from the front seat of the hijacked shuttle taxi that British businessman Shrien Dewani and his wife were travelling in.
Cosas dumps pig head on Woolworths food25/10/2014 4:09
Cosas members protesting against Woolworths's continued trade relations with Israel on Friday placed a pig's head in the meat section of a Woolworths shop in Cape Town, the SA Jewish Board of Deputies said.
SAA would consider equity partnership23/10/2014 18:16
Embattled state-owned entity SA Airways would consider an equity partnership, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Thursday.
Nhleko orders Ipid probe into Grabouw crime22/10/2014 19:31
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has been ordered to investigate crime in the Western Cape town of Grabouw, the police ministry said on Wednesday.
ANC not in favour of Numsa expulsion22/10/2014 18:40
The ruling party was not in favour of the National Union of Metalworkers of SA being expelled from Cosatu, deputy ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday.