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Licence Plan To Control RDP Billions

The government hopes to control the billions of rands allocated for development with a controversial licensing proposal, reports Chris Louw A POWER struggle...

What You Need To Join The Volk

Joining the Boerevolk is easier than one would imagine and you don't have to be white to qualify for membership, writes a Weekly...

Reshuffle In Intelligence Agencies

Paul Stober All 12 of South Africa's officially recognised intelligence networks will be incorporated into the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), under three Bills...

Commonwealth Invests

Jacques Magliolo British Minister of Trade and Industry Heseltine's recent visit to South Africa was more than a welcome back to the Commonwealth....

The Askari Who Fooled Modise

Louise Flanagan and Chandre Gould SEVERAL askaris have died in mysterious circumstances -- raising the possibility they are being murdered to stop further...

Shedding Light On Interior Design

Weekly Mail Reporter AN astonishing range of decorating workshops -- from designs for low-cost housing to investments in Oriental carpets -- will be...

Allowing Authors To Give Voice To Vision

Guy Willoughby LAST year, in a ground-breaking effort to attract new writing to radio drama, a competition was launched by Radio South Africa...

Life Among The Pie Throwers

Neil Johnson reflects on life as a professional in the English leagues CRICKET: Luke Alfred LAST summer a former Australian wicketkeeper named Rod...

Art Of Truth And Forgetting

Television Sophie Perryer WE might have made the giant leap of faith into the new South Africa, but it was on everyone's lips...

Cosatu’s Problem Child Throws a Tantrum

Saccawu, one of the country's biggest unions, is a headache for Pick 'n Pay -- but it's also a headache for Cosatu, writes...

Angry Farm Tenants Take To The Trenches

Tenant farming communities are being ignored in the land- reform process. This could prove disastrous for the government, warns Dave Husy of the...

The Killer Her Lawyers And a Camera

From Eugene Terre'Blanche to American serial killer Aileen Wuornos ... Dale Reynolds spoke to Nick Broomfield about truth and documentaries WITH policemen, law-yers,...

Outsider At Odds With Colleagues

WHEN General Roy During (59) disclosed the existence of a hit-squad within his own force, it reflected the deep chasm that had opened...

Mpla Mercenaries Will Not Be Executed

Stefaans Brummer ANGOLA's rebel Unita movement has given a qualified assurance it will not execute captured South African "mercenaries" after an appeal for...

Guidance From The Literary Greats

THE Congress of South African Writers (Cosaw) will run four- month courses on poetry, short story writing and scriptwriting in Johannesburg and Cape...

Thank You a Thousand Times

The president throws a thank you party for 'struggle' veterans and over 1 000 guests from around the world turn up, writes Sibusiso Nxumalo

UK In Illegal South Africa Arms Deals

David Pallister SOUTH AFRICA is negotiating with Britain to limit any embarrassment about the disclosure of illegal defence equipment sales to the former...

Jo Burg Zippies Join The Global Rave

There's a global movement going on, fusing New Age themes with computer cyberpunk and techno music. Now the Zippies have a new hang-out...

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