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JZ throws allies under the bus

The walls came crumbling down on President Jacob Zuma and senior ANC members in cabinet and parliament.

Court stops EFF's war talk against Guptas

The EFF's legal team has failed to convince the Pretoria High Court that the issuing of threats against the Gupta family were just "political campaigning" and not an incitement to violence.

Irate Christians drive devil into outer darkness

The devil has changed his time slot.

Home HIV tests no suicide risk

The South African Pharmacy Council has relaxed the regulation prohibiting chemists from selling HIV home-testing kits for private use.

Death falls from the heavens

As a bus driver in India, avoiding fast oncoming danger was his trade.

No clash as ANCYL fails to show up

It was supposed to be a clash of blue, red and yellow outside the Constitutional Court yesterday.

Students blow chances to hand victory to Amakhosi

Bidvest Wits conspired to miss a string of excellent chances and allow Kaizer Chiefs an unlikely 1-0 Absa Premiership victory at Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg last night.

Downs visit Bucs with 'CBD' in full flow

Orlando Pirates have kept just three clean sheets in 17 Absa Premiership matches this season, and tonight they face the league's best attacking team, Mamelodi Sundowns.

Definitive ruling will strike a resounding blow for governance

The ramifications of yesterday's Constitutional Court hearing on the Nkandla debacle will be extremely far-reaching.

The Big Read: I'm white: So what exactly is my role?

I'm white. I have no mandate to write this, no political constituency. The views I express herein are influenced by my prejudice, to what extent I don't know.

Mining 'shafted' in SA

South Africa is one of the richest countries in natural resources - from gold to iron ore. The problem: few companies want the headache of digging it up.

Disused mine polished up to supply Tiffany

A free State 1930s mine is being revived to help supply famous jewellery house Tiffany & Co.

Bar Fly: There's a tavern in the town

A city isn't a city until it has a church, a post office, a brothel and a watering hole. Early Jozi ticked all four boxes, and its old pubs are perfect to tell the story of the city, one round at a time.

Bottle of the week

Haughty in a French way

Downs Downs: Get into a right state

Tomorrow custom dictates that South Africans huddle around their televisions and take turns tutting disapprovingly at President Jacob Zuma's annual State of the Nation speech.

To Johannesburg and beyond!

South African television is about to get its first superhero - but the real star of the show is the city of Johannesburg.

Nominee Sly wanted to boycott Oscars over racism furore

Sylvester Stallone, thrilled to be back as an Oscar contender for the first time in 40 years, said he had thought twice about taking part in the ceremony because of the uproar over the scarcity of black talent in the contest.

Love me, love the TV shows I watch

Roses are red. Violets are blue. If we enjoy the same TV shows, our love must be true.