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Pravin utters P-word

If Eskom were for sale who would buy it?

Expect roadblocks galore

The City of Johannesburg wants its money and will take to the streets to get it.

KZN doesn't like what it sees in the mirror

More than a third of KwaZulu-Natal households can't get no satisfaction from their provincial government.

Broadband before bread

South Africans spend as much money on connectivity as they do on food, with telecommunications services still very expensive for most of the population.

Make love, be happy

Anything goes in attaining happiness - except spending time with the kids or being at work, a recent study by the University of Sussex and the London School of Economics found.

No Afrikaans, no cake

If you don't speak Afrikaans you can't buy cake at any of the campus booths being set up nationwide by civil rights group AfriForum Youth.

Tokyo told to call it quits

Tokyo Sexwale was asked to withdraw from the Fifa presidential race when he faced the SA Football Association's emergency committee earlier this week.

Sheikh wanted Fury rematch on his yacht

Nine-and-a-half weeks after he seized boxing's heavyweight throne, Tyson Fury has had time to reflect on the storm of controversy whipped up by some of his comments.

Pressure on Saru chief Roux grows

South African Rugby Union chief executive Jurie Roux could be forced to make a case for his continued employment when the organisation's executive committee meets in Cape Town today.

When you're in a hole it makes sense to ask for help

The increasing likelihood of a downgrading of the country's sovereign credit rating to sub-investment, or ''junk'', grade appears to have wrought a sea-change in the thinking of top government and ruling party figures.

The Big Read: Magical power that becomes a curse

I think from time to time all of us can feel invisible.

Fire all Zuma's lieutenants

Two years after denying liability for splurging millions in taxpayers' money on his private KwaZulu-Natal homestead, Zuma said late on Tuesday that he had written to the Constitutional Court proposing to repay some of the money, in line with recommendations by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela (The Times, February 4).

SA in top 5 for 'misery'

South Africa has cracked a top-five ranking in the world.

Puny rand is music to Harmony

Harmony Gold, the best performer on the JSE this year, wants to buy new mines and to repay R2.5-billion in debt by the end of 2016 - after the plunge in the rand sent its profits soaring.

Movie Review: Ode to the fourth estate

Films about journalists are tricky. Reading documents, talking to people and fighting with editors, these are not exactly the easiest things from which to make exciting cinema.

Local Series: Bieber concert rip-off makes for exciting TV

South African detectives need to consider turning to television to solve their biggest crimes.

SA film chosen for Berlin fest

A South African film is set to make its world premiere at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival next week.

Magnetic: Electro shock therapy

As a general rule Cape Town is a terrible place.

Tupac: Diddy or didn't he?

Allegations by a retired Los Angeles detective that Sean "P Diddy" Combs was responsible for hiring a killer to shoot Tupac Shakur have been aired in a new documentary.