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Presley Weds a Pelvis Man

NATIVE TONGUE Bafana Khumalo 'OH, Lisa! What you gon' an' done now, baby? What your mama gon' and made you do?" I was...

September Brings The Arts Alive

Performances by Malian musician Salif Keita and Dutch theatre company Dogtroep are among the trump cards of this year's Arts Alive festival in...

Strike Lost But There’s Still Hope

Workers didn't win many concessions in the Pick 'n Pay strike but there is hope for better relations with management, writes Drew Forrest...

Broking Labour’s Back

Ravi Naidoo reports on the consequences of the increasing incidence of labour brokers LABOUR broking -- described recently as a "den of unmitigated...

Doctor With a Mercy Mission

The leader of the African Muslim Party has helped victims from Bangladesh to Bosnia. Now he is using his skills to aid Rwanda....

Ordinary People Is Back On TV 1

Weekly Mail Television's award-winning series, Ordinary People, is back on TV-1 on Thursday night. The series, which looks at topical issues and events...

Body And Soul On The Small Screen

Bafana Khumalo takes a look at an ambitious new educational series aimed at addressing health problems A WOMAN rushes into a clinic, tears...

Eat As The Tsar Did In Moscow

Brezhnev's favourite dish was veal and pork stuffed with vegetables; Gorbachev prefers smoked salmon blinis. Fabius Burger sampled the fare of tsars and...

Industry Won’t Face The Music

Critical Consumer Pat Sidley SOUTH AFRICANS who buy compact discs know prices are much lower in the United States and hope against hope...

No Show Winnie’s In The Poo Again

Deputy Minister Winnie Mandela is again at the centre of a row -- this time with her superior, writes Ivor Powell A RIFT...

If You Can’t Beat Em Eat Em

Outrageous acts on the field and selection blunders off it have blighted the South African tour of New Zealand RUGBY: Barney Spender IT...

Tourist Trip To Darkest Africa

NATIVE TONGUE Bafana Khumalo I AM walking down the street, hand in hand with my dearly beloved, gingerly stepping over the brownish water...

Privatisation On Hold

Privatisation of large parastatals is not yet on the cards, says Public Enterprise Minister Stella Sigcau, but it hasn't been ruled out. Duma...

SA Needs a True And Black Opposition Party

White opposition politics has been discredited and the main hope for black opposition, the Pan Africanist Congress, is in tatters. A new black...

An Orange Glow Over Exports

Simon Segal reports on booming fruit export markets SOUTH Africa's citrus exports are now expected by Outspan, the industry's international marketing arm, to...

On The Wild Side Of The Screen

Justin Pearce LOUIS ARMSTRONG, Talking Heads and the Leningrad Cowboys are among the artists who will appear on independent cinema screens when the...

Blowing The Whistle On Corruption

SOCCER: Ray Nxumalo A WHISTLEMAN who has lost the respect of players and officials is not worthy of officiating at a game whose...

Tobacco Campaign a Lot Of Twak

CRITICAL CONSUMER Pat Sidley HOLLAND is a country which is seen, not least by its own residents, as being inhabited by rational people...

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