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Road rage redlines

South African drivers are stressed out and are taking it out on one another.

Shot poo protester flings mud at ANC

Minutes after being discharged from hospital yesterday, chief poo protester Andile Lili took aim at the men he claims plotted to kill him.

Wannabe IEC chiefs grilled

Queendy Gungubele had to negotiate choppy waters yesterday after her candidacy for the chairmanship of the Independent Electoral Commission was questioned.

The key to a happy sex life is under your nose

Men with moustaches are happier in the sack than their clean-shaven counterparts.

Drug mule's mom in quest for smile

Honjiswa Mbewu can't wait to see her daughter's smile.

Longest survivor pulses with life

Hendrika van Wyk first discovered she had undergone a heart transplant when she woke up in an intensive care unit in Groote Schuur Cape Town Academic Hospital.

Mosimane still living in the past

Mamelodi Sundowns recovered from an 11-point deficit to overhaul Kaizer Chiefs and become Absa Premiership champions last season.

Pacman must chew Algieri up

If Chris Algieri were to beat Manny Pacquiao in Macau on Sunday, what's the worst that would happen?

Fallout with UAE not good for business of SA Inc

The ugly, protracted public spat between Pretoria and the United Arab Emirates over a bilateral air services agreement would have done little to convince foreign investors that South Africa Inc is truly open for business.

The Big Read: A fish rots from the head

On this side of the Atlantic, the problems of South Africa look very small.

Those fingers can still do the walking

According to the president, you lot are a lazy bunch of work-shy beggars with an entitlement complex.

Kganyago freezes rates

The lower oil price saved consumers from higher interest rates this festive season.

SAA CEO still under the radar despite reassurances

The CEO of South African Airways has still not been reinstated despite the board's promises to do so, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said yesterday.

'Second silo at Majuba to collapse'

Another coal storage silo at Eskom's Majuba power station is cracking, says trade union Solidarity.

Film Review: Not that appetising

Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games series consists of three books, but Hollywood in its wisdom has decided that the film franchise should - in the footsteps of Harry Potter and Twilight - split the final book into two parts.

On the radar

Fans of Armando Iannucci's political comedy Veep who are also fans of the medical show House will get to have their cake and eat it when the show returns for its fourth season next year.

Royal icon dies at 88

Spain's eccentric Duchess of Alba, one of the nation's richest women, who had more titles than any other aristocrat in the world, died yesterday, aged 88, a spokesman for her family said.

Taking the Mickey

Mickey Rourke will revive his boxing career at the age of 62 and take to the ring with a US professional boxer in Moscow this month, the Sovetsky Sport sports website reported, citing the promoters.

Celebrated film director Mike Nichols dies, aged 83

Legendary film and theatre director Mike Nichols - who won an Oscar for the classic film The Graduate - has died, aged 83, US media reported yesterday.