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Jealous men more likely to shoot blanks: study

Researchers have found that men who perform less 'mate guarding' activities, tend to produce 'higher quality ejaculates'.

Cruising for clean cuddles

We live in crazy times where terrorists reign and crime rates refuse to drop, and our privacy - what with nude pictures being leaked every day now - is compromised.

Contemporary Art 2016

The V&A Waterfront in Cape Town will host arguably the most important repository of contemporary African artworks on the continent when the nine-storey Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa opens in 2016.

MY YEAR OF WINE: When life's in the blender, alchemy can bring back magic

A course of post-exposure prophylactic ARVs has heavily curtailed my drinking in the last two weeks. (I bit a man who stole my cellphone.)

Champagne festivals in France showcase art of producing bubbly

Aside from the effervescent bubbles, pear, cream and vanilla finish, part of what makes champagne so special and exclusive is the craftsmanship required to produce the tipple reserved for celebrations.

Seeing John Malkovich

Sandro Miller, a US photographer renowned for his expressive portraits and his advertising campaigns, first met John Malkovich at a Steppenwolf theatre gig roughly a dozen years ago - and found in the veteran actor not only a keen collaborator but a muse.

Oh the agony

I suspect my son is taking money out of my purse. What should I do about his behaviour?

Ripping up a storm

Temperatures soared in Cape Town this weekend but it had nothing to do with the weather.

One super drug, three diseases

A wonder drug that will fight cancer, Alzheimer's disease and diabetes could be developed within 10 years according to scientists.

Fashion

Super Tips: Nailing it this spring

With the weather heating up, it's time to whip out the sandals and get those nails in order.

How to wear: Nautical fashion without looking like a sea dog

Attention all captains of industry and assorted crew members: summer is just over the leeward horizon and the best way to prepare for it may be to stock up on nautical-themed fashion provisions.

What to wear: Emma makes a statement

You are in New York at the United Nations headquarters and you have been called up to address secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, excellencies of the global humanitarian organisation and a host of distinguished guests about your one-of-a-kind mission to stop gender inequality. What on earth do you wear?

Watch: Blessing the Ink at the Tattoo Expo

Sizwe Ndingane captures images from the 5th annual COOL INC TATTOO EXPO, hosted at the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria at the weekend, which showcased work by South African tattoo artists. Over 500 people came to get themselves inked.

Think before ink: Ways not to rue that not so cool tattoo

Nothing screams commitment more than a tattoo.

Boot on the other foot for Ferrari

Ferrari is recalling more than 3000 of its luxury sports cars because a fault with a latch means anyone trapped in the boot will not be able to get out.

Audi's four-door TT concept leaks ahead of Paris debut

Sketches of a fastback version of Audi's diminutive coupe have appeared on the internet.

Iconic 'Easy Rider' bike to be sold at auction

The iconic Harley-Davidson motorbike ridden by Peter Fonda in the 1969 classic "Easy Rider" is to go under the hammer in California, and auctioneers predict it will make at least $1 million.

Bentley combines luxury and performance with Mulsanne Speed

Powered by a 6.75-liter V8 engine with 537hp, the new performance-focused Bentley boasts exceptional stats for a luxury car, including a top speed of 305km/h and 0 to 100km/h acceleration in 4.9 seconds.

Sunday Times Promotions

Beer festival in the brewing

Joburgers will have a chance to explore more than 150 locally and internationally brewed beers this weekend at the Joburg Festival of Beer.

Watch: Pussy Cat Nicole Scherzinger in SA

American recording artist, Nicole Scherzinger, known for her lead singing role with the Pussy Cats, slipped into South Africa quietly this morning, where she will be performing at the South African of the Year Awards.

Cake Boss in SA

Buddy Valastro promotes his bake ware range

Comic Choice Awards' 2014 - PG16L

Highlights and classic performances from our local comedic talent

Chocolate cake competition 2014

Sunday Times Food Weekly, in association with Woolworths and Sandton City, held its second annual best-tasting chocolate cake competition in the fountain court at the shopping centre. Ten finalists competed for part of the R100000.00 in prizes on offer.

2014 Literary Award highlights

Sunday Times in association with Exclusive Books awarded the Alan Paton prize to Max du Preez for 'A Rumour of Spring', whilst Claire Robertson won the Fiction prize for The Spiral House. Barry Ronge was awarded with a lifetime achievement accolade as well as being announced as the new namesake for future fiction prizes.

Fiction shortlists announced

Sunday Times in association with Exclusive Books announced the short lists for both the Alan Paton and Fiction Awards during the Franschhoek Literary Festival in May 2014. If you missed the event, catch all the action here on this video.

Ladies win big at Literary Awards

The 24th annual Sunday Times, in association with CNA this year, Literary Awards took place at Summer Place. Winners this year included Karen Jayes for her novel For The Mercy of Water in the fiction category, whilst the Alan Paton Award went to Redi Thlabi for Endings & Beginnings

Look-a-like pet competition entries

Some of these lucky pet owners will be winning R500 cash plus a months supply of Hills pet food

Watch: Oscar Pistorius Judgement

Video footage that you may not have seen on television

EXCLUSIVE: In Oscar's footsteps

Never seen before - Sunday Times walks you along the path taken by Oscar Pistorius on the fateful night, February 14, 2013, when he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

SHOUT donates school library

SHOUT donates a library to Somelulazi Primary School

Prime Circle 2014 SA Tour

Promoting new album Let the Night In

CCA Mark Banks Grilling

Comics Choice Awards 2014 panel grilled Lifetime Achievement recipient

Comic's Choice Nominees: VIDEO

The Times sponsors the Comic Pen Award

GenNext2014 Image & Grooming Awards

The 10th annual Sunday Times Generation Next Awards took place at Montecasino, Fourways, Johannesburg on May 29. 2014.

Wild Weekends with Girls Gone Wild

WildWeekends‬ adventure travel guide featuring travels of Sunday Times ‪Girls Gone Wild‬ team, Claire Keeton and Marianne Schwankhart, has just been released - view audio/visual to see what you can expect.

Bryan Adams in SA

Bryan Adams is in South Africa touring Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban as part of his Bare Bones Tour. Adams plays unplugged stripping his music down to the bone with occasional piano backing. The result was electrifying as the rocker did not disappoint local fans who sang along to all of his best known hits and ballads at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City, Johannesburg.

Springsteen in SA: Video

Ending the last leg of their South African tour, Bruce Springsteen and his E Street band had everyone rocking, rolling and singing so loud that the roof would have been raised if FNB stadium had one.