Luke Feltham

‘No Time to Die’: James Bond’s not-so-secret mission to save cinema

The release of the new James Bond, film’s favourite super spy, is more significant than ever

Local government elections: Dear ANC, look before you leap

In love, as in politics, look before you leap

Basic web lessons for South Africa: Government hacks point to systematic security issues

Recent cyberattacks at the department of justice and the space agency highlight the extent of our naïveté

South Africans in Afrobarometer survey think corruption is ‘worsening’

Most of the 1 600 participants in the study believe the government is doing an inefficient job in combating corruption, according to Afrobarometer

‘Stadiums are our second homes’: Sport’s vaccine incentive

Fans are desperate to return but authorities in the sector have shown little appetite to tackle difficult questions

Manchester City’s Benjamin Mendy and football’s inconvenient truths

A French defender’s rape allegations raise difficult ethical questions about whether and when clubs should suspend players

‘Generational catastrophe’ — Motshekga sounds alarm on missed school

The basic education department has clearly outlined why school must not be skipped

Car Review: S is for the sexy Audi S5 coupé

The sleek car retains a neat niche in a performance-heavy 2021 range of vehicles

Car Review: The Land Rover Defender goes wild

The icon has arrived in a two-door with a shorter wheel-base

Pure Politics: ‘Family meetings’ underline uncomfortable press relationship

To achieve a deeper democracy, it is necessary to confront the tensions that have existed between the media and successive presidents since 1994.

Online voter registration hinges on constitutional court decision

The Electoral Commission of South Africa’s new facility ran for only two weeks before it asked the constitutional court to delay the elections

Bliss and brutality on the Tokyo track

South African sprinters are exciting prospects in an exhilarating new era, and they are young enough to be hitting their strides now

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