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Cape Town plans controversial R8.6bn project to fix freeways
Catering is the biggest challenge of hiking Namibia's Fish River Canyon
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Everybody loves Raymond Rhule in Cape
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News
Counting the cost of the blunders, debt and graft of the Zuma-era

A fighter from day one. That is the legacy former president Jacob Zuma left when he resigned on Wednesday, 18 months before his second term would ...

The spin stops here for Zizi Kodwa

For the past five years Zizi Kodwa was the public face and voice of the ANC, often defending the indefensible. Now he could be destined for greater ...

School packs up teacher and his pet puppy

Row over missing paperwork and pupils' 'poor' English

Rubbers hit the road to punt condoms

A medical doctor has devised a novel way of trying to combat the spread of HIV/Aids - with eyebrow-raising slogans on huge billboards along a busy ...

Chickens, goats roam Zulu village meant for maidens

No one approved the R129-million cultural village being built at Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini's Enyokeni palace in Nongoma in northern KwaZulu-Natal.

Bloody water-polo feud engulfs top Cape schools

A fight at a water-polo match between two top Cape Town schools has led to criminal charges as well as allegations of jealousy and bullying.

Opinion & Analysis
'It was pleasing to see Zuma humbled rather than humiliated'

It is often said that when we drafted our constitution we gave powers to the president on the assumption that we would always have someone like ...

CARTOON | A new spring: Cyril prunes back the vines

OBITUARY | Morgan Tsvangirai: Opposition leader and fiery adversary of Robert ...

Cheated out of electoral victory, the MDC leader nevertheless scored blows against Zanu-PF

PATRICK BULGER | When two good people stood up and did something to prevent the ...

Mogoeng Mogoeng and Thuli Madonsela broke mould of pliant minions

Mampara of the week: Jacob Zuma

LAST ROUNDS IN LAST-CHANCE SALOON No figure has made more Mampara appearances that the Nkandla Crooner, and readers have voted for him to be Mampara ...

A night when even the EFF cheered the president's speech

Not a single minister was mentioned by name in President Cyril Ramaphosa's first state of the nation address.

Lifestyle
Local actress Liesl Ahlers officially scary good in new horror movie

Liesl Ahlers is a horrifying actress. So horrifying that she is being honoured at the Russian International Horror Film Festival and Awards.

When does fashion inspiration become appropriation?

Imitation is not always the sincerest form of flattery, writes Aspasia Karras

SEX TALK | I had unprotected sex. Are there any STD meds I should take?

Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng answers your sex questions

Movie Review: 'I, Tonya' is a darkly comic, yet empathetic mockumentary

This film paints infamous figure skater Tonya Harding as a complex figure, who is more than the evil b*tch the tabloids painted her as in the 1990s

Catering is the biggest challenge of hiking Namibia's Fish River Canyon

After a punishing five-day hike through the bush, Sunday Times reader Shelley Brummer never wants to see a packet of pre-packed oats again

ALC Man pays homage to Durban in latest collection

Designer Brendan Sturrock gives us an insider's look at the making of ALC Man's Autumn/Winter 2018 collection, which showed at the recent SA Menswear ...

Sport
Doctor Khumalo turns down coaching job at Baroka FC

Doctor Khumalo has turned down an offer of the coaching job at Baroka Football Club.

Unplugged by BBK

Even though he called time on his career in 2004, he still commands more popularity than many of the current crop of professional players in the land.

The Leading Edge Telford Vice

The dysfunction of cricket's relationship with race in South Africa has always run deep, but it is scraping new lows.

Big buzz around EC Bees in Cup last 16

Sting like a bee! That's what the Eastern Cape amateur club EC Bees have been doing since their formation in 2013.

Humble Laura Wolvaardt in a class of her own

Laura Wolvaardt has in two years achieved what it would take most people a lifetime to do.

Chad le Clos ready to take on the Aussies in their own backyard 

Chad Le Clos reckons he can upstage his more fancied Australian rivals in the 200m freestyle at the Commonwealth Games in April because he's tougher ...