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South Africa: Facebook Murder - Accused Gives Journalists Middle Finger As Bail Application Is Postponed

The KwaZulu-Natal man accused of killing his girlfriend and allegedly confessing to it on Facebook gave the media the middle finger on Thursday as journalists took photographs and videos of him in the ... read more

Durban student murder accused Thabani Mzolo gives middle finger in court

The man accused of shooting to death his former girlfriend, Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) student Zolile Khumalo, casually lifted his middle finger to journalists in court ... people of th... read more

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OPINION: The relative value of South African life

The case of Christopher Panayiotou, the Port Elizabeth man accused of planning the murder of his wife ... it's the type of crime that plays on suburban South Africa's deepest fears. It was when journa... read more


Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

Bail Application for Zolile Khumalo Murder Accused Delayed

The KwaZulu-Natal man accused of killing his girlfriend and allegedly confessing to it on Facebook gave the media the middle finger as journalists took photographs and videos of him in the Durban Magi... read more

The night the lights went out in Georgia

But that’s the point. Seven out of nine witnesses recanted, another person apparently confessed, there is no physical evidence linking Davis to the murder, and the defense claimed there were serious p... read more

Nicolas Sarkozy: Crime and Punishment?

With the chaos that followed Gaddafi’s murder ... accused. It is the image of the presidential role. Can it be that a deceased dictator can still have an impact on the national sphere with accusations ... read more

Stopping the boats is not going to plan

Tony Abbott may have control over his ministers, but his control extends only to his own domain, as the Indonesians were at pains to warn him last week, writes Mungo MacCallum. Tony Abbott promised us ... read more

Add to Illinois notebook

BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more

Pakistan’s Ahmadi killings and the conscience of a nation

While authorities had been willing to shut down Facebook over a competition to draw the Prophet ... The Sharif brothers in the past have been accused of sympathising with the Islamists and were critic... read more

50th anniversary of the Liliesleaf raid

53-year-old veteran journalist and activist ... former secretary general of the ANC and South Africa's most wanted criminal, Walter Sisulu. Sisulu had skipped bail and was hiding underground. Also in ... read more



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