Former minister of safety and security Charles Nqakula at Lanseria Airport on 18 February 2006 to hand over four helicopters to the SAPS. (James Oatwayi)
​Zuma should resign, says Nqakula
Former minister of safety and security Charles Nqakula at Lanseria Airport on 18 February 2006 to hand over four helicopters to the SAPS. (James Oatwayi)
Ruling party morality will shape ANC Gauteng’s 2019 outcome – Mashatile
The ruling party’s reputation is in tatters, a matter that will drive people to vote for opposition parties.
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Although the Reserve Bank is typically conservative and careful with its words, Kganyago’s affidavit pulls no punches.
Nigeria's children tied up in a marriage knot
Poverty, traditions and no education means laws will do little to end the practice of child brides.
Without aid, who will pay for African healthcare?
Somehow, African countries are going to have to start footing their own medical bills.

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Ruling party morality will shape ANC Gauteng’s 2019 outcome – Mashatile
The ruling party’s reputation is in tatters, a matter that will drive people to vote for opposition parties.

Politics

Molefe won't get to duck DA and EFF as he fights for his job
Former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe on Tuesday lost his bid to have the DA and EFF excluded from his Labour Court case to get his job back.

Environment

Swapping coal for gas keeps world carbon emissions flat
"Coal use is dropping globally, with a 5.9% reduction last year."

Education

Rights of foreign kids trampled on
Educating undocumented children is a moral and legal imperative that the state must recognise

Business

Taxi owners bled dry by credit costs
Seen as risky, operators have to finance their vehicles at high interest rates and many are battling to stay afloat

M&G Africa

Without aid, who will pay for African healthcare?
Somehow, African countries are going to have to start footing their own medical bills.

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Nigeria's children tied up in a marriage knot
Poverty, traditions and no education means laws will do little to end the practice of child brides.

Sport

Lions test the waters for the Boks
The British and Irish Lions’ games in New Zealand may show what it takes to beat the All Blacks

World

Saudi Arabia demands Qatar close Al Jazeera, sever ties with Iran
The Gulf crisis escalated late Thursday, as Kuwait presented Qatar with a 13-point list of demands from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt.

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Arts & Culture

'Bring back what was once mine'
How racial prejudice, a controversy and the outcome of a Boko Haram kidnapping all coincided ‘positively’ with Nigeria’s presentation at the Biennale
There's more to Bermuda than shorts
The tiny island surrounded by a turquoise Atlantic offers pink beaches, a mix of British and American culture and needs many US dollars.
Lest we forget: Grand histories are built on personal stories
"I found it very connective and de-isolating, soothing the pain I felt as a child"
On our Lists this week: Biko's Ghost, The Kyle Shepherd Trio and H.E.R.
The Lists are compiled by Friday editor Milisuthando Bongela, arts writer Kwanele Sosibo and sub-editor Refiloe Seiboko