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Pretoria: Before the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius opened, a judge who ruled that most of it could be broadcast said that decision would counter the notion that South African justice treated the rich and famous "with kid gloves" while it was "harsh on the poor and vulnerable".
The DA has a plan for harbours and small-scale fishing communities, leader Helen Zille said in Cape Town on Thursday.
Forensic expert, Roger Dixon, left, holds a court exhibit, a magazine rack, as he answers questions put to him by chief state prosecutor Gerrie Nel , right, during the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius, in Pretoria, South Africa, Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Opposition parties filed an urgent application in the Electoral Court on Thursday over their demand that IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula must resign, UDM leader Bantu Holomisa said.
Here's everything you need to know about day 25 of Oscar Pistorius's trial in the North Gauteng High Court.
While corruption and fraud charges may be set aside, according to the Supreme Court of Appeal, Richard Mdluli could face murder charges again.
The late AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche was cut from the same cloth as Oscar Pistorius, Jani Allan says in an open letter to the murder accused athlete.
When choosing a Cabinet striking the balance is always tricky, especially if you have 67 positions to fill and are expected to repay debts.
The call by Ronnie Kasrils to voters to "spoil" their vote, and thereby hoping that SA will go against the ANC, is a disgrace, says Sizwe Mda .
The writer says instead of bragging or mourning about the size of the economy, we should make more noise about the size of the gap between those who benefit from the economy and those who are exploited by it.
More than a century before paralympian Oscar Pistorius appeared in court on a murder charge, a founder member of the Pistorius clan in South Africa earned himself a lesser degree of infamy in circumstances also involving a wooden door.
Clamping down on unfit drivers would help reduce road deaths in South Africa, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Wednesday.
In just a few weeks, South Africans head to the polls to vote in parliamentary elections.