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Murder mystery deepens

Police are trying to establish how the man arrested in connection with the murder of US businesswoman Gaby Alban entered South Africa.

Max attack: Hunters fire back

Prominent political commentator Max du Preez has angered farmers and hunters by weighing in on social media on the subject of hunting.

MEC obtains interdict against Zuma's 'bully' nephew

KwaZulu-Natla's transport MEC has obtained an interdict to stop President Jacob Zuma's taxi-boss nephew and his associates from threatening, assaulting or harassing their rivals.

No shedding in this town

Residents of Newcastle in northern KwaZulu-Natal have cosy candlelit dinners only by choice.

Jozi waits to see if it spent its billions

The City of Johannesburg is hoping that it won't have to explain to the Treasury why it failed to spend billions of rands allocated to it for critical infrastructure projects.

Councils crippled by unpaid service fees

Billing for municipal services is so inefficient that billions of rands are being lost to cities and towns throughout the country, with some small municipalities being devastated by the lack of the income to which they are entitled.

'Wild' new doping claims

The World Anti-Doping Agency said yesterday it was "alarmed" by new accusations of mass doping that have plunged athletics into a crisis.

Bok poaching makes Currie Cup a wild card event

The 2015 Currie Cup could throw up more surprises than a Quenton Tarantino film, considering it's a World Cup year and several leading teams will be under-strength.

Wriggle and squirm the name of the game in SA politics

The buck does not stop at the top in this country but on the desk of an unfortunate junior official who is made to carry the blame. In South Africa today no one is prepared to take the blame and show leadership.

The Big Read: A single helix of grumpy DNA

There's nothing worse than a Home Affairs whinger. You mention you're going to Home Affairs tomorrow and they roll their eyes and say, "Good luck! Take a sleeping bag!"

Migrants think UK's streets are paved with gold

LAST week, we saw very starkly the desperate measures some migrants will take to try to cross the 32km stretch of sea between France and the UK.

Business looking up in Durban comeback

Ik you're looking for a job you're most likely to find it in Durban.

Jesus a lot bigger than the Beatles in Mzansi

South Africans love gospel music.

Be very afraid, Queen Bey

Beyoncé had better beware because US first lady Michelle Obama is after her job.

The best age to start a family

Exactly when should you start having children?

No looks, no cash, no date

While South Africa's single men favour beautiful women for a prospective companion, single women seek tall, wealthy men.

Pluto charts on Google SA

It's an open secret that South Africans are avid sports lovers, but maybe it's time to add amateur astronomy to the list of favoured pursuits.