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The Road Freight Association puts the cost of the ongoing attacks on trucks at about R1.2-billion with 1 200 vehicles and cargo destroyed

Application denied: Rodrigues to stand trial for Timol murder

João ‘Jan’ Rodrigues’ application for a stay of prosecution has been dismissed. He will stand trial for the 1971 murder of activist Ahmed Timol

Christchurch accused to face 50 murder charges

Christchurch gunman Brenton Tarrant will face 50 charges of murder and 39 charges of attempted murder

Officer in Ahmed Timol case to appear in court on murder charge

Almost 46 years since his death, the high court last year found that Timol died at the hands of apartheid security branch police while in detention

Oscar Pistorius’s murder sentence increased to 13 years

The SCA in Bloemfontein has sentenced former Paralympian Oscar Pistorius to 13 years in prison for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp

#lionmama raises funds for woman who stabbed daughter’s rapists

She was charged with murder and attempted murder, but South Africans are pitching in to fund the 'lionmama's' legal fees.

Former Blue Bulls player convicted of murder

Former rugby player Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana knew it was wrong when he killed his four victims with an axe, the Durban High Court ruled.

Tragic lesson of the Oscar Pistorius trial

The African sense of kinship is more forgiving, but also very insular, writes Lee Mwiti.

SCA rules Mdluli may face murder charges again

While corruption and fraud charges may be set aside, according to the Supreme Court of Appeal, Richard Mdluli could face murder charges again.

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