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Scary number of rapes and murders in ‘safety’ of home

For many women, home is where they are subjected to sexual violence and other forms of assault.
and Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa at the release of the annual crime statistics for the 2012/2013 financial year in Pretoria.

Marikana orders 'came from the top'

Suspended police boss Riah Phiyega's role in the decision to disarm and disperse striking Lonmin miners - many of whom were later shot dead in Marikana - has come into sharp focus at the Claassen inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

Insults fly before and after EFF eviction

Parliament saw its worst violence in seven months when 16 EFF MPs present for the presidential budget vote were forcibly ejected from the building.

Mom yearns for 'sold' son

A 20-year-old mother who tried to sell her baby online wants to see her son again.

ARV can cause liver damage

Doctors in Cape Town have described an uncommon yet sometimes fatal effect of a common antiretroviral.

Jozi's rich and poor to live 'side by side'

Rich and poor will live side by side in one of Johannesburg's prime real estate areas, where the biggest mall in Africa opened last week.

Great Wall of Africa on the cards

A grand vision for a wall of vegetation reaching thousands of kilometres across Africa and slowing the spread of the Sahara Desert came a step closer to becoming reality yesterday, with the first international conference to discuss its creation.

Sundowns do it

Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe's maroon Mercedes-Benz last night rolled smoothly onto the Tuks Stadium pitch after the Brazilians beat University of Pretoria 3-0 to clinch the Absa premiership with two matches to play.
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Ranieri warns his 'sons' are not for sale

Cladio Ranieri has warned his champion "sons" are not for sale.

It's Madrid vs Madrid in Champs final

Real Madrid will face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final for the second time in three years after overcoming Manchester City 1-0 in their semifinal second leg match last night.

SA's boxing kingmaker hangs up his gloves

Flamboyant boxing trainer Nick Durandt says he is done with the sport. But Boxing SA officials are adamant that Durandt is still in the game.

Violence cannot be the solution to people's problems

The use of violence to settle differences is the biggest threat facing this nation, 22 years after the arrival of democracy. It continues to set us back, particularly with regard to the destruction of social infrastructure.

The Big Read: Racists need to be taught a lesson, but many varsities don’t do their job

The one thing that Matthew Theunissen and Ntokozo Qwabe have in common is degrees from top universities.

‘Lemonade’ ain’t made to be sweet

When Beyoncé debuted her hour long Lemonade “visual album” on HBO almost two weeks ago, everyone in the world seemed to lose their minds.

Article on road graft took wrong route

As the Road Traffic Management Corporation we have a mandate to reduce the fatalities on our roads.

Pravin steals fat cats’ cream

Government officials who spend public money wastefully have been put on notice.

No changes, no bucks, SAA told

Only when SAA has put in place a new board and appointed a competent CEO and finance chief will the national Treasury consider providing the state-owned airline with the financial backing it needs to become a going concern.

House prices rise

The average house price rose 6.4% in April compared with a year earlier, according to First National Bank's monthly property barometer.

'Wake up politicians'

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa was likely to slow this year to its weakest in nearly two decades, hurt by a slump in commodity prices, drought and the after-effects of the Ebola outbreak, the International Monetary Fund said yesterday.

Filmmakers taking strain

Filmmakers are to continue their battle to get more funding but the National Film and Video Foundation's budget is barely meeting current demands.

Stones, Dylan, Who and more for mega show

The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and The Who - among the most celebrated acts in rock 'n' roll - will perform at a mega festival in October, organisers said yesterday.

Want a hit? Put a drug boss on television

The life of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is to be turned into a drama series.

Hi-tech fashion: If the dress fits, print it

The Met Gala held earlier this week heralded the opening of this year's major fashion exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

I love my shop: Tread+Miller - Footwear for the well-heeled urban man

One of the stand-out new stores at the recently opened Mall of Africa is Tread+Miller, a range of predominantly local footwear for the man who cares about quality and style. Kenneth Barlow spoke to Andrea Nagel about his shop