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23 Apr 2018 00:00
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An amount of R177m is missing in a complex money trail that jumps from Namibia to SA
His company had, since 2016, failed to pay rent for a service station on trust land, but he got a long-term lease anyway
‘People always ask how can I look like a white person, but not be white’
Though the word ‘shelter’ is equated with a safe space, in reality it is often the opposite
The man who once sheltered Zimbabwe’s new president has allegedly committed a multimillion-rand fraud
The former headmaster of a Gauteng school has lost his fight in the labour court to be reinstated
With too many sanitary towels but no money for effective teaching, unions are alleging corruption
It’s just another day for weary Mahikeng locals who are used to being treated with indignity
But the former president’s supporters are fighting back, particularly in KZN
Names of candidates have been put forward, with some in the mother body naming their favourites
China’s e-commerce giant, Alibaba, is steering resources towards driverless car technology
Delicate behind-the-scenes talks may result in the decade-long court dispute over the Mbuyazi chieftainship being resolved in the next few weeks
Every year, hundreds of thousands of children die gasping for air. This could help to change that.
Why Supra Mahumapelo may hold his fate and that of his province in his hands.
Many white farmers were forced off the land by aggressive land redistribution policies and violent attacks. Now some are coming back
Basotho companies claim they are being prejudiced and want the high court to intervene
The suspect was apprehended at his Kampala home as he tried to escape out of his bedroom window
By disconnecting presidential terms from electoral cycles, ruling parties in Botswana and South Africa preserve the ‘incumbency effect’
Analysts say there is a conflict of interest between their auditing functions and advisory services
They live on the land and till the land, but don’t own the land. Expropriation could remedy this
Critical to success is a roll-out of transactional offerings and securing refinancing
The Davis tax committee says accurate data is needed before a wealth tax can be introduced.
Judging her by long-held patriarchal standards only exposes our society’s misogynistic gaze
We find ourselves in a vitriolic debate about our history —who did what, why did they do it, who can be trusted and who sold out
In numerous civil and criminal cases, Ramon Leon gave exemplary judgments and was noted for his wisdom, fairness and justice
The infiltration of the media did not end with the demise of the apartheid government’s Stratcom operation
Our reader writes in about how Prasa will need to put passenger service back on track
A few scenarios are most likely though they will each have very different outcomes
The guidelines will assist professionals to learn new ways of seeing and unlearn old practices
“All members in favour of renaming Cape Town International Airport to Project Runway, say aye,” the leader of the renaming committee said.
The manner of testing children focuses on what they know and ignores their potential to learn
It is black students at the University of the Free State who cannot complete their degrees
Zukiswa Wanner reveals the lengths we go through in an excerpt from, “Hardly Working: A travel memoir of sorts”
When obsessed followers of an Indian mystic meet self-righteous Americans things get dirty and nasty
This year the Pulitzer juries responded to the zeitgeist of the Donald Trump era, awarding prizes to works that appraise perhaps the most notable pitfall of the man’s presidency — a society that finds itself increasingly divided along the faultlines of race and gender.
Their history follows the trajectory of the struggle and they are an ever-present reminder of people power, writes Zaza Hlalethwa
Jazz musician Thandi Ntuli’s latest offering brings together the broken parts of the South African psyche and makes them beautiful
A chance comment about Nduduzo Makhathini reveals the ignorant disdain in which many people hold those who succeed
Over and over, the old tropes are trotted out in films, with modern and ‘civilised’ always triumphing. Has anyone noticed the world has changed?
Some fans aren’t happy with his no-frills style of play, but this hard slogger’s caps speak volumes
Maritzburg United and Free State Stars have earned the right to the final challenge
He was, and remains, a fielder without peer, one who anticipated shots before the batsmen even took them
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