The jury in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial was shown a pair of photos showing the sprinter in the hours after police arrived at the scene of the crime.
49 cellphones were confiscated from South African police officers who had taken pictures of the famed Olympic athlete. Of the 49, four were 'official' phones and the rest were private cellphones.
While the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius has focused renewed global attention on South Africa’s epidemic of violence, for many the death of a young cab driver highlights a more familiar story.
One longtime columnist, Max du Preez, says the Pistorius drama is turning out to be a bigger shock for the nation than the release of Nelson Mandela.