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Eskom: Ashes to ashes

As Eskom fights to keep the lights on another power station is on the verge of collapse.

State's R62bn black hole

Irregular spending of public money by national and provincial government departments climbed from R27-billion in the year to March 2013 to more than R62-billion in the year to March.

App stops drunk dialling

The DJ is finally playing your favourite jams, you've undone a few buttons on your shirt because you're getting hot trying to impress a lady with your dance moves.

SA varsities go global online

Two South African universities have joined leading tertiary educational institutions abroad in offering "massive online open courses".

Tsunami of anger hits US

Protest marches sprang up across the US on Tuesday, and police battled to stifle another night of unrest in Ferguson, ground zero of America's latest racially charged riots.

Mujuru falls from Grace

Zimbabwe's vice-president has been ousted from the ruling party's leadership after a sustained campaign led by Robert Mugabe's wife Grace, as the battle to succeed the long-serving president heats up.

Bad Bucs blow it

Life after Steve Barker began for University of Pretoria last night with a dull 0-0 draw against Orlando Pirates.

Pep talk keeps City on track

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, with his flagging side trailing 2-1 to Bayern Munich, gave his players a halftime pep talk that sparked a revival and kept their Champions League hopes alive.

Era of the Big Men coming to an end in SA and Zimbabwe

The situation in each country will have to get worse before the outlook improves for Zimbabwe and South Africa.

The Big Read: Cyril on a precarious path

For a deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa has been pretty busy recently.

Strawberry meals forever

You are almost sick of them, and the season (extended by modern technology) isn't even nearing an end.

Woolies AGM a war zone

The traditionally staid Woolworths annual general meeting yesterday resembled a session of parliament at times, with the Economic Freedom Fighters on the attack.

Business counts cost of crime

Business owners are growing more and more worried about crime.

Head Gear: Been there, done hat

South African milliner Albertus Swanepoel began working on a collaboration with a Philippine brand last year.

Fibre Class: Caring for your fabulous clothes

The P&G Future Fabrics 14/15 symposium in Berlin, Germany, was a global design event of note, featuring 100 fashion analysts and bloggers from Africa and Asia.

Jill has Lira in her purse

Lira is determined to get soul diva Jill Scott to record a song with her.