Oscar Pistorius can leave South Africa to compete in international track meets, a judge ruled on Thursday as he upheld the Olympic athlete’s appeal against some of his bail restrictions.
A summit of city mayors will convene in February of next year in Johannesburg, to discuss ways to fight global climate change.
A plane landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport this weekend with an extra passenger.
The murder case involving Olympic star Oscar Pistorius took another unexpected turn Sunday with the news that his older brother, Carl, is himself facing charges for the death of a woman in a traffic accident.
Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair made the ruling Friday after four days of arguments from prosecution and defense in Pistorius’ bail hearing, and after spending about one hour and 45 minutes announcing his decision.
South Africa’s top detective was appointed lead investigator in the Oscar Pistorius case Thursday, replacing a veteran policeman who was charged with attempted murder in the latest shock development to hit a case being watched closely by the nation.
Oscar Pistorius’ agent has canceled all future track races so the double-amputee Olympian can focus on the murder charge against him, underscoring the possibility the disabled sports icon might never again run competitively on his famous carbon fiber blades.
South Africans were shocked at the killing, but police said there was a history of problems.
Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, along with Long Island congressman Timothy Bishop, say immigration officials have granted permission for South African Tim Smulian to remain in the United States for another year.
December is Universal Human Rights Month and a teenager in Greenwich, Conn. has found a way to give a voice to young people all over the world.
Just 24 hours before preparing to rock out for two straight days at a sold out Madison Square Garden, singer Dave Matthews reached into his South African roots and warmed up for an intimate, private charity gig benefitting his native homeland at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Thursday night.
JOHANNESBURG (CBS) ― TV viewers can take out their earplugs, the vuvuzelas are going to have a bit less buzz. Host Broadcast Services, the company that provides the broadcast feed for the World Cup, said […]