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Protea implosion – What do SA’s cricketing men live by?

The past year has been CSA’s annus horribilis

Why Proteas bombed out of the World Cup

The CSA board buckled to BCCI and IPL pressure instead of backing its players and management

Delhi: The city where food breaks down divisions

Delhi’s food — from the street fare to fine dining — stirs together what the ruling party seeks to divide: people across class, religion and caste

David Koloane’s art is a love letter to Jo’burg

Two art exhibitions reveal the intimate relationship between one of South Africa’s great modernists and the city of his life

Temba Bavuma, a cricketer with principles

The Proteas vice-captain, like many of his countrymen, has struggled in a tough Test series against India. But he remains defiant to lead by example

The meaning of Hashim Amla 

Before he earned legend status, Proteas’ legendary batsman had to endure being reduced to an ‘outsider’

Zandile Gumede about-turn further undermines ANC

Regional party conferences in KwaZulu-Natal will have repercussions for the ANC and its stability under Cyril Ramaphosa

Witnesses, cops on KZN hit lists

The majority of the more than 100 people killed in the province have been ANC members, but now witnesses, and even cops, appear to be on hit lists

Makhanda: No more lullabies

The National Arts Festival offers space for reflection about our fractious global moment

Former NPA boss Nxasana tells Zondo of dirty tricks campaigns

Bigwigs in the NPA played their part in Zuma’s godly game by destabilising the NPA and ensuring the prosecution of people considered Zuma's enemies

Fast track bullies must learn Sri Lankan lesson

It is to be hoped that the defeat by Sri Lanka triggers the changes needed for South Africa to reach the top of the World Test Series

Msholozi desperately tries for another (political) hit

The R25-million budget to have Zuma record an album of struggle songs is not merely about capturing history for posterity and posteriors.

I fly high on a little Sinai ‘chocolate’

Finding weed in an Egyptian resort crawling with security men during a conference of African leaders is as difficult as parting the Red Sea

Pakistan is either good or ghastly

​Perhaps no cricket-playing nation conjures the vicissitudes and vagaries of the game quite like Pakistan

Proteas’ habitual arrogance belies their status

The Proteas only have the prestige of their status as a cricketing nation to parley with — but even that appears inadequately leveraged

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Cash in your old iPhone to upgrade to a new one or get a reduced rate on your monthly contract from your service provider

Gender-Based Violence

In South Africa, women live in fear. It’s difficult to speak out against the patriarchal system, but many have done so, and continue to do so

POWER Business #OnTheMoney talks to Risenga Maluleke, South African Statistician-General

If Stats SA is to really have timely data that’s accurate and remains relevant then we need to make sure that the institution is strengthened

Dr Sumy Thomas: Deciphering the human puzzle, from the inside out

The Discovery Foundation MGH Fellowship Award recipient for 2020 will focus on internal medicine, particularly the endocrine system of patients affected by HIV

Touching lives through innovation

Africa has a high youth population that adapts to technology quickly, and this phenomenon is something which should be taken advantage of

Festive Reading

In The Whistleblowers, Mandy Wiener talks to a wide range of the people who have revealed corruption and malfeasance in government and business

Centre for Women & Gender Studies

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