A man was shot and killed in front of his wife and two children during a hijacking in Benoni, on the East Rand.
Read more: Hijacked man killed in front of family
President Jacob Zuma’s eighth state-of-the-nation address was interrupted by EFF and DA MPs.
Read more: EFF interrupts Zuma at opening of Parliament
A Botswana man turned tail and ran, leaving his children behind him, when they came across a herd of elephants while walking to school in Tewane village, Botswana.
Read more: Father abandons children to run from elephants
Police investigating the murders of three Muslim students in the United States said they were studying whether the fatal shootings were religiously motivated, as calls mounted for the killings to be treated as a hate crime.
Read more: Calls to treat killing of US Muslim students as hate crime
Kaizer Chiefs’ player George Lebese will return to court on 9 March following his arrest for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.
Read more: Lebese in court for alleged girlfriend assault
‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, the long-anticipated movie version of the bestselling erotic novel, began its worldwide rollout on Wednesday, with France one of the first to catch a glimpse.
Read more: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ whips up box-office frenzy
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