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Gavin Foster

It’s in the blood

TW Kambule-NSTF Award: Researcher through research and its outputs by an individual

​Betting on addiction is a sure winner

It is no coincidence that the biggest companies by far on the JSE trade on human weaknesses.

Wheeling and dealing an answer for Cheetahs

The Cheetahs’ ingenious agreement with Toyota should wake Saru up to a new way of thinking.

Zim elections: Welshman Ncube is sitting pretty

If the polls go to a run-off, the MDC leader may be called on by Robert Mugabe or Morgan Tsvangirai for help.

Drawing a fine line between order and chaos

To tell you what Neil Le Roux's monochrome work means appears to need a paradoxically massive vocabulary.

Life in the fast lane: SA’s celebrity speedsters

When celebrities and politicians find themselves on the wrong side of the law their excuses are often as colourful as their personalities.

Off the beaten track: Cape Town

You've probably heard enough about Cape Town to impress or disgust. We round up a few of the city's gems handpicked by the locals.

Subaru’s castrated pit bull

The Impreza WRX comes with a full-house complement of luxury and safety features, but the interior, like the body shell, is conservatively styled.

The Jag roadster: The finest sound on the planet

The aluminium-bodied Jaguar XKR is one or the very few cars I've driven that feels almost like a superbike when you pour on the coals.

Ford’s friendly little Bantam gets a facelift and gains a diesel engine

The Ford Bantam always was and still remains a popular vehicle that drives and handles like a car, but does sterling service as a pick-up.

Honda: Breaking the mould

Honda, famous for building motorcycles that go very quickly, also knows how to make them stop, writes Gavin Foster.

A whale of a wagon

If you think the Mercedes-Benz ML500 is expensive, consider this; the R742 000 4x4 wagon is considerably cheaper than whale puke.

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