The suspects are expected to appear in court on Monday.
The advert shows a photograph of Pistorius superimposed on a statue of an Oscar award.
Hoffman lead 35,000 across the finish line at the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Momentum Cycle Tour.
Hundreds are taking part in the annual Cape Town Naked Bike Tour in Green Point.
EFF members were locked out of a hall where the party planned to hold a mini-rally on Saturday.
Jean Smyth reflects on what it is that South African sports fans want from our heroes.
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The power utility introduced load-shedding on Thursday for the first time in six years.
The Women & Children’s Minister calls for calm in Brakpan after Jasmin Pretorius’s rape and murder.
The province has seen an increase in arrests and sent a strong warning to any potential perpetrators.
The Women, Children’s minister says the fight to stop violence won’t be won while drugs rule society.
The minister says society’s norms and values aren’t what they used to be.
The minister has vowed to continue the fight for the safety of Diepsloot’s children.
DA MP Helen Lamoela said around 42 percent of department positions have not been filled.
The athlete's case has been transferred to the North Gauteng High Court for trial next March.
Women's Minister Lulu Xingwana has called for the ‘toughest sentences’ for Oscar Pistorius.
South Africa prepares to celebrate Women’s Day as women continue to lag behind men.
The women empowerment and gender equity bill is currently before cabinet.
A report compiled by Parliament says Xingwana’s Pretoria offices pose a health hazard to staff.
Bianca Laban says there are rumours being spread that people are threating to “finish all the gays”.
A Worcester woman claims she was raped and threatened with violence by a police captain.
Johan Kotze's former best friend says he has no grace for the 'Modimolle Monster'.
AfriForum says Women and Children's Minister Lulu Xingwana must resign after Afrikaner comments.
The DA believes Lulu Xingwana should be in SA sorting out her department instead of being abroad.
Police spokesperson Balan Muthan said the taxi driver was taken into custody.
The SAHRC will continue to probe Lulu Xingwana following her utterances about Afrikaner men.
Minister Lulu Xingwana says she was misquoted when being interviewed by an Australian broadcaster.
The Freedom Front Plus says the minister’s comments on Afrikaners are offensive.