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The Jse Violence And Strikes Move The Markets

THE MARKETS Jacques Magliolo THE Pick 'n Pay strike has drawn a new kind of investor on to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. In...

A Bad Girl’s Just One Of The Guys

CINEMA: Fabius Burger AT a recent Hollywood party, Jodie Foster jumped on Mel Gibson's back and rode him like a horse -- apparently...

Editorial Rights With Teeth

THE Weekly Mail & Guardian has launched a campaign for the release of state information not only because we enjoy prodding cabinet ministers...

Rumblings Of Mutiny In Kei

Andrew Trench and Paul Stober SOUTH AFRICAN security forces are keeping a close watch on the former homelands of Transkei and Ciskei as...

What The State Security Files Say

State security files obtained by the Mail & Guardian under the new Bill of Rights are empty or inaccurate -- suggesting police have...

Kiwis Looking For Trouble

RUGBY: Barney Spender HOW many eyes does a kiwi bird have? It is a popular question doing the rounds among the South African...

One Eyed Kiwis Spoil The Show

RUGBY: Barney Spender HOW many eyes does a kiwi bird have? It is a popular question doing the rounds among the South African...

Whites Only Call Up Under Fire

Whites are still being prosecuted for refusing to attend camps, reports Stefaans Brummer SOUTH Africa's new ministry of defence has come under fire...

Tax Bites Into Car Allowances

Mail and Guardian reporter WHILE the number of organisations offering car allowances to employees continues to increase, changes to perks tax introduced last...

SA’s Back At The Wicket

Wisden editor Matthew Engel reports on South Africa's return to the home of cricket LAST WEEK, when the touring South African cricketers were...

Procter Finally Gets To Lord S

CRICKET: Paul Martin OLD Father Time, the most famous weather-cock in the world, swivels gently about the grandstand at Lord's, the planet's most...

Rwanda’s Refugees

The Mail & Guardian's Stefaans Brummer visits the refugee camps along with the South African mercy mission A human tide, all carrying a...

Comet Cometh But Sutherlanders Think It’s Just a Crashing Bore

For astronomers it couldn't get any better than this. But the people of Sutherland couldn't have cared less about the Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet,...

Kzp Cops Want To Break Free From IFP Shackles

Corruption, cover-ups and racism made rank and file kwaZulu Police force members go on strike, reports Farouk Chothia BEHIND the recent kwa-Zulu Police...

Editorial State Of The Unions

ONE of the more remarkable sidelights of the Pick 'n Pay dispute has been the comment by the Democratic Party's Douglas Gibson that...

Welcome To Hell Said The Sign

"WHY have the killings stopped? Because we have overrun most of the country," says Abby Muvunandinga, the Rwanda Patriotic Front's young information officer...

Sampling Jazz At The North Sea Jamboree

The North Sea Jazz Festival is one of the biggest in Europe. Morabo Morojele was there IF your idea of the best way...

Commitment Not a Commission

Labour Minister Tito Mboweni is pushing for yet another commission of inquiry. Instead, he should support the existing National Manpower Commission, argues Martin...

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