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Parliamentary legal opinion urges steps on MPs, former minister named in Zondo report

Senior MP Cedric Frolick should face an inquiry by the ethics committee while Gwede Mantashe and Nomvula Mokhonyane could face criminal sanction

Inside the 18-month investigation into Roodepoort man raping a dog

Perpetrator jailed for eight years after he sexually assaulted his neighbour's puppy

How far can you drive on R800 worth of fuel? In Libya – to Cape Town. And back. Twice.

Libya - along with Algeria, Angola and Nigeria top a list of countries where you can travel the furthest in Africa

Fight for accessible Braille texts hinges on concourt ruling

Applicant BlindSA says the law limits or prevents those with visual and print disabilities from accessing information

One dead, four critically injured in California church shooting

This is the second mass shooting that took place in the US over the weekend

Maxime Mokom: The Central African Republic leader on trial at the International Criminal Court

The Central African Republic anti-Balaka leader faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court

‘Break vicious cycle that deters girls in science’

Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, who served as the first female president of Mauritius from 2015- to 2018, has also had success in higher education, winning top awards in science

How sugar, tobacco or waste gases could power your next flight

South Africa has the immediate technical potential to produce 3.2 billion litres of alternative aviation fuels annually

Iman Rappetti: Saving your tears doesn’t save you

We are so adept at bottling our emotions and storing them that we ignore the implications.

More than just a book festival

After a two-year hiatus, the Franschhoek Literary Festival is once again face to face. Some literary icons tell us about their favourite spots at the book event

From Joburg to Nairobi, soaring food prices are biting hard

African governments face civil unrest from people who are hungrier and poorer because of the pandemic, war in Ukraine, climate pressures on food systems and poor policy decisions

VIDEO | How to know if you’re exercising hard enough

To keep your heart happy and healthy you should be exercising for 150 to 300 minutes a week. Watch this short video for other useful tips on how to exercise properly

NPA sees off challenge to restraint order on Gupta assets

The Free State high court ruled that the provisional restraint order will remain in place until late October, when argument will be heard for it to be made indefinite, dismissing Oakbay’s application for a postponement

Scientists reveal the wondrous, supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy

The breakthrough is a result of the work of 300 scientists from 80 institutions, including Wits University

The West has got its Russia sanctions wrong

Restricting supplies from the West would be effective – and it should not have expropriated goods that Russia legitimately acquired

Eskom claws back control over ‘critical’ procurement

The treasury's relaxation of procurement rules will allow the state utility to attend to its ageing power stations far quicke

Will business come to the table for Cyril to meet his 100-day promise?

Disagreements over a basic income grant, labour law reform and how to save the economy mean consensus is still far off. But trade-offs – and political shifts – will eventually have to be made for there to be any hope of real change

Trevor Stuurman on leaving home to come home

The contemporary visual artist has created through his designs a piece that shows home is a place of belonging
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