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Vodacom bug leaked user info

Faulty security software at cellphone network operator Vodacom has allowed the distribution of the cellphone numbers of the company's subscribers to websites they browse on their phones.

Nkandla: JZ won't pay

Parliament's ad hoc committee on Nkandla has found that President Jacob Zuma did not enjoy undue benefit from the multimillion rand upgrades to his KwaZulu-Natal private residence.

Electricity tariffs to be the great leveller

Electricity pricing is set for a major shake-up.

SA to tackle Zim 'torture'

The Constitutional Court yesterday ordered the SAPS to investigate alleged acts of torture committed in Zimbabwe by and against Zimbabwean nationals.

Gun laws 'must be tightened'

Both the ANC and Police Minister Nathi Nhleko have called for a review of gun laws following the fatal shooting of Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain Senzo Meyiwa on Sunday and last week's shooting of ANC MP Jackson Mthembu.

N1 shootout as robbers flee police chopper

A high-speed air and ground chase by the police in pursuit of armed robbers fleeing after attacking a truck carrying thousands of cigarettes closed parts of the N1 highway just outside Johannesburg yesterday.

Do Man U have any chance at Etihad?

It was once the game that Manchester United never lost, but it has now become the fixture that they cannot win.

Hamilton gunning for a high five

World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will bid to divert attention from Formula One's looming financial crisis by seeking his fifth consecutive race win at this weekend's US Grand Prix.

T20 faces Gayle-force winds

Chris Gayle is Snoop Dogg in pads, a ripping rhyme of runs and boundary bombast. Darren Sammy is the cricketer even a dominee would let his daughter date.

Too many beggars are turning tragedy into a business

We are all emotionally affectedevery time we stop our car at an intersection and a beggar looks us in the eye and puts his hand out.

The Big Read: Magic of metamorphosis

How to tackle transformation in your organisation

Meyer pulls a smart one with Goosen

THE greatest irony about the criticism that has gone Heyneke Meyer's way for his surprise selection of Johan Goosen is that some of it has come from former Springbok utility back Gaffie du Toit.

Tears as Golding bows out of HCI

Hosken Consolidated Investments chairman Marcel Golding yesterday stepped down after a week that included a failed court application to overturn his suspension, and accusations that media independence is under threat.

'Mario Kart 8' gives Wii U a lift

Nintendo's Wii U is showing renewed signs of life almost two years after its release.

African Bank 'collecting billions every month'

African Bank is collecting billions of rand of debt a month and has applied for a new banking licence as a step towards re-listing, its government-appointed supervisor said.

POP STOP: Their rules, their music

Ii Apple got a penny for every 16-year-old with ambitions of forming a band and going on tour, there would be free iPhones for most male high school pupils.

Consummate cops

Working under a new boss can be as much fun as learning to clean hubcaps under the tutelage of Roald Dahl's Mrs Trunchbull.

Riri shows off a ritzy itsy-bitsy Tom Ford spring dress

WE DID ponder who would be brave enough to snap up the more risqué looks from Tom Ford's "sex-on-a-plate" spring 2015 collection, but where celebrities and red carpets are concerned it was clear that there would be only two contenders.

10 in Ten: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa 2014

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa 2014 at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg is showcasing the continent's finest couture. Pictures by Alon Skuy

'Zygging' out, gospel songs in

A sign at a Sweet Home Farm shebeen reveals that "zygging" is banned.

Inside scoop on Cremora

What to do when you have the most recognisable line in the business, but you are not really allowed to use it?

Magnum getting up cool and personal in Jozi

Personalisation is the way to go. Coca-Cola did it with names on cans and now Magnum celebrates its 25th anniversary by letting you craft your own ice cream.

SHOW PONY: 'Warhorse' takes imagination for a rise

Three puppeteers come onto the stage with a foal puppet, shaky on its newborn legs. Its ears twitch, its tail flicks, its eyes glint in the stark stage lights. For a few moments you watch as three people manipulate cloth, cane and leather, making the puppet canter around the stage.