Van Breda trial: Forensic expert resumes testimony
22-year-old Henri van Breda is on trial for the murder of his parents and brother and the attempted murder of his sister.
City of CT allocates R22m for extra staff amid water crisis
The municipality and provincial government are scrambling to mitigate the impact of the drought with dam levels having plummeted even further.
Capetonians, take note: Municipal water use only for essential purposes
Premier Helen Zille on Monday announced that a three-month disaster declaration will be gazetted this week.
Third medical doctor recalls Henri van Breda’s wounds
Doctor Michelle van Zyl treated the accused at the Vergelegen Mediclinic a few hours after his family was attacked at the De Zalze.
Court to hear more details on wounds sustained by Henri van Breda
A forensic expert has testified in the Western Cape High court last week that several of Van Breda's injuries could have been self-inflicted.
WC man (64) goes back to court next week following wife's murder
The man was arrested for allegedly stabbing his wife to death at their Pacaltsdorp home earlier this week.
Final goodbye: Courtney Pieters to be laid to rest
Courtney Pieters' body was found dumped in Epping last weekend, after she had gone missing a few days earlier.
Zille meets Gugulethu residents after protest affects primary school
Zille became involved after protesters threatened to burn down the Vukukhanye Primary School in Gugulethu.
Elsies River residents march for safe places for children
The area’s Early Childhood Development Forum's says the purpose of the peace march was to call on government to open more crèches in the area.
Several unidentified fingerprints found at Van Breda home
Sergeant Oliphant said he was provided with a list of 15 people who had previously been involved in crimes at the De Zalze Estate.
Expert testifies Henri van Breda’s injuries appeared self-inflicted
A forensic expert has testified she was of the opinion that cuts to his body were superficial and found incisions had even depths and avoided sensitive areas.
NPA to appeal live coverage ruling in Van Breda murder trial
In March, Judge Siraj Desai granted permission to livestream the trial of triple murder accused Henri van Breda.
Van Breda trial: Operator explains why she thought call was a prank
The emergency call centre operator who took Henri van Breda’s call after the De Zalze family axe murders initially did not believe him.
Henri van Breda breaks down in court
The accused broke down and was emotional while listening to the recorded conversation of his emergency call.
Van Breda murder trial: Emergency call centre operator thought call a prank
Janine Philander responded the call made by Van Breda on 27 January 2015, the morning after the triple axe murder at his family home.
Court to rule on Cameron Wilson’s admissibility statement
The State has disputed claims that Wilson was forced into signing a document implicating him in the rape and murder of Stacey Lee Mohale in April 2015.
Witness heard fight sounds from Van Breda home
Stephanie Op’t-Hof was at the De Zalze estate in January 2015 and claims to have heard loud voices coming from the 12 Goske Street residence.
State to call first witness in Diego Novella's murder trial
Diego Novella has pleaded not guilty in the Western Cape High Court to murdering Gabriela Alban.