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Mozambican Soldiers Rob Tourists

A South African ambassador has taken the UN to task over attacks on tourists in Mozambique, reports Chris Louw SOUTH AFRICA'S ambassador in...

A Tenor As Gutsy As The Warrior Radames

Sidwell Hartman has turned down five overseas offers this year -- yet the role he most wants to sing here has been offered...

Now Kids Can Adopt a Cop

Bulelwa Payi THE Grahamstown police may be seen as "guardian angels" by black school students soon, if an "adoption" programme succeeds. The local...

Editorial Choose Your Breed Of Watchdog With Care

IN most countries, political parties tussle to become the government. In this country, members of all the major political parties are elbowing each...

Portrait Of a Respectable Criminal

Jacques Magliolo looks at the profile of a typical insider trader Meet Henry -- well educated, well dressed and well-off. A highly respected...

The Better The Bad And The Bite

RUGBY: Barney Spender WIN or lose on Saturday, this sixth tour of New Zealand by the Springboks will probably be judged a failure...

A Feast Of Drama In The Midlands

Humphrey Tyler THERE has been a mad scramble by local artists to get a booking at the Hilton Drama Festival next month and...

Market Play Makes a Killing

Weekly Mail Reporter THE Market Theatre Company's production of Scenes from an Execution won seven of the FNB Vita PWV theatre awards last...

SABC’s Reputation Is On The Line

The SABC's floundering attempts to transform itself from a propaganda machine to a public broadcaster reflects the problems facing parastatals and the civil...

A Bust That Set The Phone On Fire

Justin Pearce "BUST of Hendrik Verwoerd. Price neg." The advertisement in the classified section of a Cape Town newspaper was followed by a...

The Drama That Crossed The Line

TELEVISION Sophie Perryer WHEN the makers of The Line chose a title for their series, they must have suspected someone would accuse them...

Editorial SABC Crosses The Line

GOOD sense has won out at CCV: we'll be able to watch The Line in its entirety this weekend, despite Inkatha objections. But...

Editorial Judge And Be Judged

THE Judicial Services Commission is slowly dragging our stuffy Bench into the modern era, announcing that public hearings will be held to assess...

Legal Challenge To An Unjust Policy

Philippa Garson THE plight of prisoners with HIV will be brought to the fore when an application is lodged by the Aids Law...

A Clear Blue Vision Of The Future

A blue train is slowly chugging around South Africa but Phelophepa is no ordinary train, reports Mapula Sibanda. It brings primary health-care to...

Mac Releases Captured Nis Files

Mac Maharaj has released secret NIS files to challenge those destroying information. But the files are surprisingly inaccurate, reports Anton Harber TRANSPORT Minister...

Time To Down The Lion Cup

RUGBY: Jon Swift WITH the emphasis so firmly on the trials and tribulations of the South African team in New Zealand, there is...

A Us Tour Card Or Els

GOLF: Jon Swift THERE is something very refreshing in this harsh and materialistic world about the way Ernie Els approaches the business of...

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