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Anni's funeral on a spreadsheet

Shrien Dewani used a spreadsheet to plan his murdered wife's funeral and complained that he needed a massage in the run-up to the ceremony.

Scare line is birds' lifeline

A relatively cheap and simple way has been found to reduce the huge number of sea bird deaths caused by fishing trawlers.

Get your eyes off my desk!

South African office workers are tied to their desks.

Fingers on mice as matric exams start

Matric exams began yesterday with the three-hour computer application technology practical written by 8340 pupils in the Western Cape.

Taxi kills a man in Kwadabeka

A man died when minibus taxi hit him and crashed into a pole in Kwadabeka, KwaZulu-Natal on Monday, paramedics said.

Slim choice for Nene

The Treasury's belt-tightening could mean that consumers start paying tax on brown bread and vegetables, or that the middle class pays more income tax soon.

Cure for phone fever

It might be a bit like hosting an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at a bar but cellphone apps designed to track and reduce time spent on the phone are becoming hugely popular.