Today in history: the Zulu royal family attacked, no room at the inn for Mugabe, Nigerians boycott elections and a bomb at a taxi rank kills 10.
Remains found inside two crocodiles are believed to be that of missing SA hunter, Scott van Zyl.
A massive search has been launched for a South African hunter who went missing in Zimbabwe.
A plane crash in Zimbabwe has resulted in the death of six people.
Today in history remembers a bombing in Pretoria, a grateful PM’s call to Madiba, the Queen in the SA Parliament, independence and a rebellion.
This day in history has an earthquake, a politician arrested for gun running and one celebrating a birthday, and a hanging that did not go to plan.
Zimbabwe launches a programme of forcibly taking land from farmers. The removals are often violent and carried out by pro-Mugabe war veterans.
Polokwane police made a major breakthrough this week, when they nabbed a car theft syndicate, operating at a smallholding just outside the Limpopo capital.
The ship the SS Mendi, sank 100 years ago today off the coast of the Isle of Wight. The ship was carrying a contingent of black South African soldiers, who were supporting the British in WWI.
Robert Mugabe still believes that he is the only suitable candidate to rule Zimbabwe. He spoke during an interview in the build-up to celebrations for his 93rd birthday on February 21.