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Gerrie Nel, famously known as 'the Pit Bull,' continues his epic cross examination.
The Olympic sprinter describes a childhood spent without parents and living in fear of crime.
Relatively few citizens own guns, at least compared to the United States.
New statistics and a new documentary released ahead of World Tuberculosis Day highlight the threat from the resurgent disease.
You might not think the trial of a white man, accused of killing his white girlfriend, would have much to do with race. But when you look at the defense's case, it all becomes clear.
Testimony from the sprinter's ex-girlfriend took a decidedly personal turn on Friday.
A radiologist neighbor arrived while Steenkamp was still alive.
... and they have no problem harassing witnesses.
The trial is set to last three weeks.
Over the weekend, illegal miners got trapped underground behind a stadium in Johannesburg — then refused to come out. Yes, we'll explain.
One year later, here's what's happening and what's next.
... if people wore kilts and flamenco dresses to the Oscars
Speelman would have been South Africa’s first black contender in the Winter Games.
The late leader's bequests were highly personal: money left to his schools, his staff and his political party.
Twenty years after apartheid, campaigns remain fraught with racial politics.
As you read this, it's probably already passed into the No. 1 slot.
Valiant efforts by concerned citizens can't compete with the international smuggling operations that have zeroed in on South Africa in recent years.
Yes, it is the longest name of any head of state.
King Mswati III is really committed to this whole international-air-hub thing. Call it a folie-à-un, because no one else is sold.
Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe arrived Friday in Ivory Coast, feeding China's and Japan's already tense rivalry.