The Zuma case tops the billing, followed by decisions about Hlophe and Pistorius
There’s something odd about being fixated on the Pistorius case while the country implodes.
The appeal court's murder ruling is not based on a controversial principle, so his options are limited.
The debate about the quality of high court judges reflects a different cultural clash in which incompetence is often associated with black people.
Paralympian's bail set at R10 000 while his lawyer revealed that an application for leave to appeal would be brought to the Constitutional Court.
The Supreme Court of Appeal found the athlete guilty of murder. How did the judges reach their decision and what happens now?
The Supreme Court of Appeal has branded the Olympic track athlete with the murderer label he so dreaded as he faces a minimum 15 years in jail.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has replaced Oscar Pistorius’s culpable homicide conviction with murder.
Did the Paralympian athlete foresee that firing four shots into a toilet door would kill the person behind it?
A snapshot of the events that began more than two years ago with the shooting on Valentine's Day of Reeva Steenkamp.
Both the State and legal teams for Oscar Pistorius made submissions on whether or not the paralympian was rightfully acquitted of murder.
Oscar Pistorius's parole conditions compel him to meet Reeva Steenkamp's parents if they wish - now her father says it's his only chance at "closure".
Oscar Pistorius was freed from prison late evening in an apparent bid to avoid the media, and will serve the rest of his sentence under house arrest.
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius's stalled release appears to have shut the doors for many offenders in a similar situation.
Unfortunately for the Blade Runner, nights can be longer than expected.
After delays and state intervention, a parole board will decide if the Paralympian Oscar Pistorius should be released early from prison.
The Oscar Pistorius case demonstrates the influence of money on the country's criminal justice system, critics say.