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NPA won't comment on Pistorius porn claims

24 Feb 2014 07:00
The National Prosecuting Authority says it will not comment on Sunday reports that Oscar Pistorius surfed porn websites in the hours before he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, reports, while Times Live reports that browsing porn is a favourite South African pastime. And on the advertising front, MTN is considering legal action against Cell C, reports MyBroadband.
Oscar Pistorius. (Image: Chris Eason, via Wikimedia Commons)
For more:
  • No comment, says NPA over Oscar, porn claims... Media reports yesterday claimed that murder-accused Oscar Pistorius surfed porn websites in the hours before he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. NPA spokesperson Nathi Mncube is reported to have said that he will not comment.

  • Times Live: SA lasts longer on porn... Meanwhile, according to a Times Live report, South Africans (on average) spend more time watching porn online than anyone else, but where is it done the most in SA? The Eastern Cape.

  • MyBroadband: MTN considering legal action against Cell C... A Cell C advertising campaign which is alleged to slate MTN for taking Icasa to court over the latter's "call termination regulations, 2014" could see MTN taking Cell C to court.
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