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Opinion & Analysis Why talk of unity in the ANC is disingenuous, and dangerous South Africa is gripped by anxiety laced with anticipation as the much ...
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Spy boss, Arthur Fraser warns Ronnie Kasrils to keep quiet

Spy boss Arthur Fraser wants to gag former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils, warning that he will face legal action if he does not stop ...

Numbers stand-off threatens to collapse ANC conference

Dlamini-Zuma backers unhappy with Mantashe 'bias' and electoral agency

Father Fidelis Mukonori: the man in the middle

Having counselled Robert Mugabe through war and exile, last month Zimbabwean Jesuit priest Father Fidelis Mukonori answered the call of the generals ...

Training stalls and cops run out of bullets

Crucial firearms training 'rescheduled' as ammunition stock levels drop

Opinion & Analysis
Peter Bruce Editor-at-large, Tiso Blackstar Group
Ka-ching! How short-termism is short-changing SA

There's a myth about Afrikaner capitalism; that it represents a uniquely productive form of wealth creation because it recognises the power of ethnic ...

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On a cold November night in 2008, then US president Barack Obama and his family walked onto the stage at Grant Park in Chicago where he delivered a ...

JAN-JAN JOUBERT | Only the brave or the exceedingly foolish, would predict the ...

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Q&A with Panyaza Lesufi on the state of Grade 4 pupils' literacy

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IN PICTURES: A photographer’s haunting experience of the Rohingya crisis

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya are being chased out of Myanmar, which considers them stateless, and forced to seek refuge in neighbouring countries

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Christmas shopping sorted: festive gift guide 2017

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South Africans hot under the collar for life-sized sex dolls costing R16k

Full-sized sex dolls moulded on real women have had the international adult entertainment industry aflutter. Now they're available on home shores 

We're totes shipping for Zuma & Zille to hook up in 2018

Jacob Zuma and Helen Zille top our list of fictional couples we'd love to see get together in 2018. After all, there's always room for another wife ...

I prayed the sharks were vegetarians: Barry Hilton's travel adventures

SA's funnyman on why you should always let your wife do the bookings and Vegas is your best bet for a memorable holiday

Car or plane: what's the best way to take my pet along on holiday?

Travel journalist Elizabeth Sleith finds out

Plan ahead & yule take the stress out of your Christmas prep

Take a deep breath, make lists and delegate and you'll be able to tick all the chores off your Christmas to-do list without having a meltdown

Jobodwana ready to put his best foot forward after two years in recovery

Local sprinter learns to trust his body again after two lean years

Speedster Steyn fires first warning shots

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Virat Kohli stands as the colossal talent in the way of the Proteas

You cannot beat them until you have beaten their inspired skipper

Blitzboks unbeaten as Senatla shines

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Cheetahs keep one eye on the play-offs

The Pro14 fortunes of the Cheetahs and the Southern Kings are accurately reflected by their log positions.

Old guard shows Chiefs they still have plenty to offer club

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The business of war – court hears details of Dutch arms dealer’s flashy ...

Convicted arms dealer Augustinus Petrus Koewenhoven proved just how profitable war can be when details of his flashy lifestyle were presented before ...

‘Fast-tracked’ probe into KPMG and auditor in SARS report debacle stalls

An investigation into possible wrongdoing by KPMG in its report on the South African Revenue Service (SARS) “rogue unit” and the auditor responsible ...

How Steinhoff affected us normal folk - and why no one raised a red flag

Most South Africans who invested are poorer today due to Steinhoff’s business collapse and are asking for answers from fund managers.

SA economy suffers third straight quarter of job losses

More people are out of work‚ for the third straight quarter.

Cut the risk: how to diversify your investments

A well-diversified portfolio will help you make the most of your investments