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Three through to Nations Cup finals

MONDAY, 2.00PM:ANGOLA have qualified for the African Nations Cup finals in Burkina Faso next year after beating Zimbabwe 2-1 on Sunday in Luanda, Angola....

Millions lost to SANDF wastage

MONDAY, 5.30PMA PERFORMANCE report by the auditor general has revealed that the SA National Defence Force wasted millions of rands buying unnecessary aircraft components...

Seremane ‘torturer’ to co-operate with TRC

MONDAY, 4.00PMNATIONAL Intelligence Agency operative and former Umkhonto we Sizwe cadre Gabriel Mthembu, accused of torturing detainees in the ANC's notorious Quatro detention camp,...

Denel sets sights on Kuwait

MONDAY, 3.30PMFOLLOWING Denel's interdict against the Mail & Guardian preventing the newspaper from naming a middle eastern client of the parastatal arms manufacturer, Sunday...

Northerns’ coach under fire

MONDAY, 2.00PM:NORTHERN Transvaal captain Adriaan Richter has come out in support of the team's coach John Williams, who is under fire from rugby officials...

R150 cuts through 14% mark

MONDAY, 11.00AMAS rumours of an imminent interest rate cut continued to abound, the benchmark R150 government long bond on Friday broke through the 14%...

Zim summit urges integration

NP THREATENS DEFECTORS THE National Party has threatened legal action against the eight Pretoria city councillors who recently defected to Roelf Meyer's New Movement...

JCI/Lonrho deal approval ‘imminent’

MONDAY, 11.00AMMARKET analysts believe European Commission approval is imminent for Johannesburg Consolidated Investments' purchase of Anglo American's 26,8% stake in multinational Lonrho, after JCI...

Colliery workers fired after murder

MONDAY, 11.00AMMINE management at Tweefontein Colliery has begun large-scale dismissals of workers believed to have been involved in the mob murder of mine manager...

Plan for tomorrow – play for today

Springbok coach Carel du Plessis is rightly looking ahead to the 1999 World Cup, but this seems to have blinded him to the...

Anglogold holds its own

FRIDAY, 11.00AMANGLO American Corporation's gold division saw its mines producing a solid aggregate performenace in the June quarter, with production slightly up and capital...

Bible-punchers pinch Bible art offensive

FINE ART: Hazel FriedmanThe good folk of Bellville are in such a froth over a controversial art exhibition recently on display in the...

Brits is still the best bet for gold

ATHLETICS: Julian DrewDESPITE all the criticism which has been levelled at Okkert Brits for failing to deliver when it really counts, he still...

Passion and prejudice

In her letters - auctioned this month by Sotheby's - the late Patricia Highsmith is revealed as a tough, sometimes bigoted woman, writes...

Thailand warned to shore up its economy

Paul BlusteinA TOP official of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes Thailand must quickly shore up its troubled financial system and cut government...

Denel ‘supports’ disclosure of arms deals … but interdicts M&G

FRIDAY, 8.00AMTHE Pretoria High Court last night granted an interdict agains the Mail & Guardian preventing it from the publishing the name of a...

Conspiracy claims probed in Richmond

Wonder Hlongwa POLICE investigating the execution-style murder of five African National Congress members in a KwaZulu-Natal township this week face the grim reality...

Why the age of consent should be equal for all

Double standards: The British government has proposed changing the laws on sex between men under 18. Back home in South Africa, the anomalies...

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