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The top twenty stories you read on Times LIVE this year

Times LIVE | 2012-12-13 11:00:41.0

If the stories that were the most highly ranked are anything to go on, our readership is political and horny.

1:) The hard truth about penis size around the world - Times LIVE

South African men rank sixth in the world in average penis size, according to research.

2:) Uproar over Mbau nude pics - Times LIVE

People who post sexy pictures on social networks might be held criminally liable, the Film and Publication Board said yesterday.

3:) More top ANC men want Zuma gone - Times LIVE

More top ANC leaders have turned against President Jacob Zuma as the battle for the presidency intensifies ahead of the party's Mangaung conference in December.

4:) Ma Noah not too impressed - Times LIVE

Her comedian son Trevor Noah is taking the US by storm following his appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. But Patricia Noah apparently couldn't be bothered.

5:) Mummy porn selling fast and furious in SA - Times LIVE

INTEREST in erotic romance, or "mummy porn" as it has been dubbed, is growing uncontrollably in South Africa.

6:) Motlanthe to reject Zuma offer to stay as deputy - Times LIVE

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe "won't entertain" attempts by lobbyists for President Jacob Zuma to cut a deal to include him on the president's leadership slate for the ANC elective conference in December.

7:) All the US presidential election results news - Times LIVE

All the news about US president Barack Obama's re-election all in one place.

8:) Naked Ukrainian protesters detained in Davos - Times LIVE

Three topless Ukrainian protesters have been detained after trying to break into an invitation-only gathering of international CEOs and political leaders.

9:) Petite blonde who had sex with Staffordshire terrier and Labrador sent for mental examination - Times LIVE

A Pretoria woman accused of having sex with two dogs was instructed to undergo mental examination when she appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court, a report said on Friday.

10:) Tokyo takes on Zuma - Times LIVE

Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale's ANC presidential campaign has finally gotten off the ground with his lobbyists putting together an election slate they hope will help him unseat President Jacob Zuma.

11:) Go-Topless Day in New York: Gallery - Times LIVE

Some two dozen topless women protested in a New York City park on a hot, sweaty Sunday as part of what they called National Go-Topless Day to draw attention to inequality in topless rights between men and women.

12:) Gallery won't remove Zuma painting - Times LIVE

Johannesburg's Goodman Gallery will not remove a painting of President Jacob Zuma with his penis exposed because that would be censorship.

13:) Zuma to marry - again! - Times LIVE

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma will tie the knot again next weekend in a traditional ceremony in Nkandla.

14:) Zuma puts a cork in Juju - Times LIVE

THE ANC and police have pulled out all the stops - including staging roadblocks on major routes leading to Mangaung - in a bid to ensure that the party's momentous centenary celebrations are incident-free amid claims that a section of youth league members wanted to embarrass President Jacob Zuma.

15:) It was a happy New Year's Day for gang who pulled off...R42m Postbank heist - Times LIVE

A BRAZEN hi-tech heist over three days has left Postbank, part of the South African Post Office, out of pocket to the tune of R42-million.

16:) EXPOSED: How Zuma got off the hook - Times LIVE

South Africa's top prosecutors were overwhelmingly in favour of pressing ahead with the corruption case against Jacob Zuma and had dismissed the so-called "spy tapes" as irrelevant just days before the charges were sensationally dropped in April 2009.

17:) Warning South Africa: that's not just chicken you're eating - Times LIVE

Consumers have been warned about the incorrect labelling of some frozen chicken products sold across the country.

18:) Tokyo breaks ranks - Times LIVE

Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale has lashed out at the government's handling of the suspension of crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli, becoming the first minister to speak out about the atmosphere of "fear" it has generated.

19:) Semen makes you happy: study - Times LIVE

A study has found that woman who are directly exposed to semen on a regular basis are less depressed.

20:) 'Distressing' portrait of Zuma angers ANC - Times LIVE

The ANC is "disturbed and distressed" by a controversial portrait of President Jacob Zuma being displayed in an exhibition - Hail to the Thief 11 - at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg.


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