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Gupta Air flies high

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and a delegation flew to Japan in a Gupta family jet at a cost of millions of rands.

Ekasi talks back at Zille

Premier Helen Zille had a tough time when she briefed Khayelitsha residents yesterday on the recommendations of the commission of inquiry into policing in the Western Cape's largest township.

Budget burdens borders

Thousands of would-be illegal immigrants were prevented from entering the country this year, including 199 wanted criminals who were apprehended by border officials, parliament was told yesterday.

Gym dodgers in trouble

Gym cheats beware. There's now an app that can tell whether you went to the gym for a smoothie or actually worked up a sweat.

Stumping the poachers

Visitors to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park will encounter something unusual from this week: rhinos without horns.

You can't judge an e-book

It is a familiar sight on the beach or daily commute: readers brandishing a copy of the latest acclaimed work of fiction. But the books people download to the privacy of their e-readers are a different story.

'It nearly killed me'

New 400m world champion Wayde van Niekerk has revealed the stress of racing at the Bird's Nest Stadium this week "nearly killed me".

Celtic's singing floors Bucs

Bloemfontein Celtic sent Orlando Pirates to their second 1-0 Absa Premiership defeat of 2015-2016 with a 1-0 victory at Free State Stadium last night - earning themselves their first win.

Make-up applied on the new South Africa is peeling off

Luister, listen and, whatever you do, please mamela. Racism in this country will, it seems, never go away. It will continue to eat away at our constitution as long as we fail to confront it directly.

The Big Read: No 'get-out-of-jail-free' cards

It was the case that shocked the nation and laid bare a fatal flaw in our criminal justice system: the discovery of seven-year- old Mamokgethi Malebana's body in a shallow grave in Katlehong, on the East Rand.

How to be a cool customer

Restaurant reviews are a dime a dozen now that everyone gets to be a critic on social media.

Platinum to become A-lister

Platinum might gain new status as a Reserve Bank "reserve asset" as part of a master plan to save jobs in mining.

Rand falls foul of a fat finger

There was anguish on Monday as the rand plummeted to R14 to the dollar - a new record low.

Hawking finds way to escape death in a black hole

Interstellar was right - falling into a black hole is not the end, claims Stephen Hawking.

Just Dandy: Who's a pretty boy, then?

Lucky Blue Smith, the so-called Justin Bieber of modelling, is the latest pretty young thing to use Instagram to further his career on the runway.

Splitsville for AKA, Zinhle

The latest local A-listers to enter the "friend zone" are rapper AKA and DJ Zinhle.

Knobkerrie costume gets stick

Nelson Mandela's face is again a "national costume" attraction for an international pageant.

Unathi taken off air after Twitter rant

Unathi Msengana has been silenced and it seems there will be no "bring back Unathi" Twitter campaign.