Police probe bugging at Sascoc's Olympic House
Police are investigating sensational claims of “covert” bugging at the office of South Africa’s Olympic sports body and at the home of its CEO.

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Police probe bugging at Sascoc's Olympic House
Police are investigating sensational claims of “covert” bugging at the office of South Africa’s Olympic sports body and at the home of its CEO.

Politics

State capture money will be used to steal 2019 elections says ANC veteran
Chikane says the main objective was to corrupt the 2019 elections.

World

Synthetic seventh heaven: the perils of chemsex
The dangers of "chemical sex" are many, including addiction, overdose and HIV infection, and the tally of victims is mounting, campaigners warn.

Environment

SA’s lion trade endangers big cats abroad, says environment agency
South Africa’s sanctioned, annual export of 800 lion skeletons directly exacerbates the plight of wild tigers.

Education

Ramaphosa: SA progress means free higher education for the poor
The deputy president believes that the country will only know that it has made progress once it is able to provide free higher education to the poor.

Business

Reserve Bank announces surprise interest rate cut
The South African Reserve Bank's surprise decision to cut interest rates by 0.25% offers some reprieve for financially strained South Africans.

M&G Africa

What we can learn from the crises in Zimbabwe and Cote D’Ivoire
The two nations have a significant post-colonial parallel: Widely lauded success followed by economic and political chaos.

Bhekisisa

Syndicates and devious health professionals may target National Health Insurance
Criminal networks are targeting your medical aid rands but could you be part of the problem too?

Sport

The Proteas lost at the Women’s World Cup and they cried. So what?
Many of the online reactions to the Protea women’s team’s tears implied that of course they’re crying; that’s what girls do.

Arts & Culture

​Inxeba: A moment of confrontation
The film questions the idea of manhood in Xhosa culture through a relationship between three men.

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