Why black women are protesting at Oscar trial
As Oscar Pistorius stands trial for murder, a large group of South African women have become like a shadow the runner seems unable to shake.
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Faulkner back in the nets
Tasmanian James Faulkner has resumed bowling but the all-rounder will be kept on ice until Australia's Twenty20 squad lands in Bangladesh for the World Cup.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Cricketer International
First Twenty20 abandoned due to rain
South Africa and Australia will have to settle for a two-match Twenty20 series after the first game in Port Elizabeth was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Kyle Abbott included in Proteas T20 squad for three-match series against Oz - Indiatalkies.com
Johannesburg, Mar 7: South African seam bowler Kyle Abbott has reportedly been included in his team's Twenty20 squad to play against Australia in the three-match T20 International series starting at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
South China Morning Post
June Steenkamp, mother of Oscar Pistorius' victim speaks out
The mother of Reeva Steenkamp, the woman shot dead by Oscar Pistorius, has told how the Paralympic athlete failed to acknowledge her outside his murder trial this week.
Spectrum critical to Sa Lte expansion plans
Cape Town - The lack of spectrum plays havoc with the future plans of mobile operators in SA, and may impact on the potential rollout of high speed mobile services.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Daily Courier
Into Africa: Students prepare for trip of a lifetime
Patrick Whitehurst/The Daily Courier From left, Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center students Nathan Bottonfield, Emma Archambeau, Peyton Cass and Colee Pehl pose for a photo shoot celebrating their upcoming trip to Africa.
SA man freed from Black Beach prison
A South African businessman who had been held in Equatorial Guinea's notorious Black Beach prison since December despite being acquitted by a court, was released into the care of the South African embassy on February 21. Daniel Janse van Rensburg of Port Elizabeth was evidently jailed because a business deal with a powerful local businessman went ... (more)
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Jacob Lief uses an 'old recipe' to help South Africa's poor
'We've found it take from 48 to 52 months to take a child that's been raped or abused or lost their parent, greatly traumatized, and get that child to where they can be part of a community again and ready to begin to advance academically,' says Jacob Lief, the founder and CEO of the nonprofit Ubutu Education Fund, which helps 2,000 children in ... (more)
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Straits Times
Oscar Pistorius murder trial: A timeline of the star athlete's road from fame to infamy
A woman walks by a newspaper advertising placard marking the anniversary of the killing of South African model Reeva Steenkamp by her boyfriend, Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius on Mar 14, 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Long struggle for the right to vote
Thami Ka Plaatjie writes to the young generation to inform and remind them of the journey our people have travelled to fight for and gain the right to vote.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Creativity at Cape's Design Indaba
FIGHTING MALARIA: Some of the pyjama pants on show at the Design Indaba yesterday.
Mail & Guardian
Proteas Test: Warner's 50 gives Aussies a lift
After claims that the Proteas tampered with the ball in the second Test, Australia's David Warner has gone to lunch with an unbeatn half-century.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Oz engaged in 'ball tampering' during training to improve 'reverse swing' before Cape Town Test
Sydney, Feb 28 : Australian cricketers had reportedly engaged in 'ball tampering' at training for the third Test in a bid to seek rapid improvement on the reverse-swing issues of the second Test at Port Elizabeth.
Reeva Steenkamp: The Girl Behind The Name
Reeva Steenkamp was born in the South African city of Cape Town in August 1983, to horse trainer Barry Steenkamp and his second wife, June.
MTN expands LTE footprint to PE
MTN hasextended the Long Term Evolution network to Port Elizabeth, bringing its customers in the windy city onto the high-speed new generation network.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Proteas coach admits team still hasn't 'mastered' Johnson despite second-Test win
Sydney, Feb 27 : South African coach Russell Domingo has admitted his fears of another mauling by Australian Mitchell Johnson in the deciding third Test at Cape Town, saying that the hosts have not managed to master the pace bowler.
Shane Watson fit for decisive 3rd test in S.Africa
Australia is expected to recall allrounder Shane Watson for the third test against South Africa as it attempts to bounce back from its first defeat in six test outings and clinch a series win over the world's top-ranked side.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Cricketer International
Warner comments 'sour grapes' - SA
South Africa have reacted to David Warner 's comments about their tactics for extracting reverse swing in Port Elizabeth by calling them "sour grapes" and are refusing to be distracted by the talk.