He will be held in the hospital section of Pollsmoor Prison until his sentencing subject to medical records being submitted to the court.
The exquisite Royal wedding cake unveiled this past weekend was absolutely gorgeous, but the real meaning of the cake may run much deeper than its stunning exterior.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had some people around the world crying tears of joy during their wedding over the weekend. Some chose to poke a little fun.
Research has shown that as cocoa exports increase, deforestation increases across producing nations. In addition the demand for cocoa has caused social problems such as human trafficking and child slave labour. Here’s the lowdown.
Legendary South African musician Dr Philip Tabane passed away today at 84 years old. Here are some of his most memorable performances.
Motorists can expect another petrol price increase at the end of this month due to a rise in international oil prices.
A growing list of infections such as pneumonia, TB, blood poisoning and gonorrhoea are becoming harder, and sometimes impossible, to treat as antibiotics become less effective due to overuse.
Executive Director Latiefa Mobara outlined renewed public outreach activities and input into regulatory issues undertaken by her office in pursuit of its mandate to protect media freedom and improve journalism ethics.
A few weeks ago, the South Wales Police announced that it had made 450 arrests after achieving 2 000 positive matches using facial recognition technology. Could this technology be the future of policing?
Having an insurance policy is an expensive necessity. What can you do in order to pay less on insurance?
The Department of Water and Sanitation is reviewing its pricing strategy to combat industrial and agricultural water waste. Here is your water and dam update for this week.