Oscar Pistorius's peer, a girlfriend killer too, has been arguing his innocence in the courtroom next door.
The treatment of Pistorius's neighbours as witnesses in his murder trial is typical of a system that leaves onlookers feeling like the accused.
Academics say burglaries and data theft point to an orchestrated intimidation campaign against those investigating service delivery protests.
Faith groups do more than just tolerate each other in the city's West end - they actively work together against poverty.
The communications minister has nipped in the bud a bid by the board to have Zandile Tshabalala take the top job at the troubled broadcaster.
In many cases, the lack of basic services comes down to government's poor management of money.
Despite legal reforms, prisoners are spending many years behind bars before going on trial.
Russian frontrunners lobbied intensively, but they may have overplayed their hand
While most eyes were glued on the pscar Pistorius trial, the Seriti arms deal and Marikana commissions continued their work.
The ANC's strong links with South Sudan could be useful in a new bid to resolve conflicts there.
Illegal miners are reportedly being killed without consequence amid evidence of mine-stripping.
The ANC is putting its MPs through a strict vetting process in the run-up to elections, much to the chagrin of some in Parliament.
The impossible problem of human fallibility courts face has been vividly illustrated in the trial of Oscar Pistorius.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has lambasted those who booed Zuma when he walked onto the pitch at FNB Stadium, adding that Zuma is a 'tsunami'.
Power has been cut in various parts of the country on Thursday after Eskom declared an emergency.
In a dramatic testimony, a neighbour of Oscar Pistorius has told a court that he found the athelete crying next to the dying Reeva Steenkamp.
On day four of the Oscar Pistorius trial, the third witness says he heard three gunshots, while another witness has spoken about the screams he heard.
After Bafana Bafana lost 5-0 to Brazil, the president was booed by the crowd as he walked on the pitch to hand over the hosting of the next World Cup.
After a week of rain left coal stocks wet, Eskom says the country could experience power cuts after declaring an emergency.