Fury over the misogyny and hatred in social media is fuel in the fight for a better, equal world.
The appeal court's murder ruling is not based on a controversial principle, so his options are limited.
This week we take a look at the crime stats, the corrupt take a stand against the corrupt and just so you know, we are not gays!
Stellenbosch is famous for high-profile unsolved murders. This is the story of a murder that was solved. Or was it?
New claims speak of a close association between the Czech fugitive and former officer Joey Mabasa
The FBI is investigating the unresolved case of the Moore's Ford Bridge murders of four African-Americans, allegedly by the Ku Klux Klan.
Judge Ferdi Preller on Tuesday convicted three Zimbabweans of the murder of boxing champion Corrie Sanders.
Dozens of people have grouped outside a court as a man appears for the rape and killing of his four-year-old niece.
While Anene Booysen's rape and murder caused an international outcry, Letty Wapad's similar case went under-reported and almost unheard.
The Diepsloot killings, the EFF's official launch, the US government shutdown ends and Mps declare some interesting gifts. Elephant, anyone?
Residents of Diepsloot are baying for blood after the death of two toddlers in the area. And they say they are just as angry at the police.
The murder of KZN councillor Makhosonke Msibi is deeply saddening and not only a blow to local government, but a worrying entrenchment of a trend.
After 17 years Petros Thusi still does not know who killed his son Arthur Thusi, who died after being thrown off a 12-storey building.
Chris Hani's death 20 years ago threatened to send SA spiralling out of control. Yet out of this tragedy came a renewed push for democratic elections.
Italy's top court has ordered a retrial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of UK student Meredith Kercher.
Following the death of model Reeva Steenkamp, allegedly at the hands of paralympic star Oscar Pistorius, we take a look at their lives in pictures.
VIDEO: Rhodes students Jonathan Jones and Bjorn Krietsch follow the stories of two Grahamstown families trying to come to grips with the ruinous effects of tik.
In Kuruman a gay man was brutally murdered. The M&G travelled to the town to find out where this hate comes from.
Insiders say the case against 12 Western Cape Hawks policemen is sensitive because it could affect others in which the officers were involved.