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News Why SA should brace for a future of long and costly ...

Half of the generating units at 14 of Eskom’s coal-burning power stations break down again within nine months of being ...

News Unisa leaders accused of corruption, abuse of power A document by a firm that is conducting an audit of Unisa for the 2021 ...
Politics ANC says Ramaphosa must schedule new meeting with integrity ... The ANC’s national executive committee meeting agreed that President Cyril ...
Politics Women’s league pick seen as Ramaphosa power grab President Cyril Ramaphosa’s special adviser for international relations at the ...
News Closure for family as Khayalethu Magadla’s missing body ... Twenty days after he fell into an open manhole while playing soccer with ...
Opinion BARNEY MTHOMBOTHI | Wish you were here, Cyril tells us from Europe, while we plunge deeper into the dark
Opinion MAKHUDU SEFARA | Our failure to learn will be the death of us
Insight Enyobeni tragedy: ‘How did we survive while our friends did not?’
Business SMEs stagger under Eskom blow
Business Bean a long time coming — beef over plant-based ‘meat’ hots up
Business NEWSMAKER | ‘Construction mafia a law unto themselves,’ says BCCEI’s Lindie Fourie
Lifestyle How Biking Bandits are spreading the love of cycling in black communities
Lifestyle NDUMISO NGCOBO | Let's not act like misbehaving teens is a new thing. We all did it
Health & Sex Dear Dr Yes ... my partner likes flashing her breasts in public. Help!
Sport BARENG-BATHO KORTJAAS | Fordyce discovers the legend of Lucas Radebe in Leeds
Sport MARK KEOHANE | All Blacks set the scene for a fabulous month of rugby
Sport Riveiro, a plumber? No, says Pirates boss Irvin Khoza

PETER BRUCE | The ANC took away our power — let's return ...

Eskom CEO André de Ruyter is finding out the hard way that when you run a state-owned company in SA your ultimate ...

LINDIWE MAZIBUKO | Load-shedding anxiety: how bad policy ...

For a country with a tortured and traumatic history such as ours, SA has never had much of a robust public discourse on ...

EDITORIAL | Tavern deaths: a day that weighs heavily on us ...

On Wednesday, the coffins of 21 East London teenagers will line up for a mass funeral after the teens' senseless deaths ...

CARTOON | Morocco ‘locks’ door to Africans while door to ...

2,000 migrants tried to enter the Spanish possession of Melilla in northern Morocco.

ASPASIA KARRAS | Between America’s return to the weird past ...

In order to transcend all this, I'm thinking about that hermit in Japan

Satisfied slurping: ramen is comfort food in one complex ...

It's so yummy you may gobble it down but ramen is crafted carefully over many hours

IN PICS | At last, a stampede to the Durban July

After two years of empty stands, the race was open to real, live punters again — and they came dressed to party.

YOUR WEEKLY HOROSCOPE | July 3 - 9

What the stars have in store for you this week.

Murders won’t stop us recruiting in mining sector, says ...

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) says it will not stop recruiting members in the mining sector despite ...

Hello summer! SA’s open for tourists

With the last Covid-19 restrictions on gatherings and a mask mandate having been finally removed, a top tourism body is ...

Major revival in convenience retail sector

It is situated on what is arguably the busiest retail corridor on Gauteng's West Rand. But JSE-listed Redefine ...

Prosus shifts focus to existing businesses

Technology investment group Prosus, owned by Naspers, has put a pause on large acquisitions as valuations have become ...

Lara van Niekerk wants to go fast again at Commonwealth ...

Lara van Niekerk is hoping to be sharper when she dives into action at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham later this ...

Jimmy Stonehouse comes full circle with Pumas

Finally the stars have aligned for Jimmy Stonehouse after many years in which gears refused to click and the circuits ...

Few realistic medal hopes in SA’s 40-strong athletics team

Athletics SA (ASA) this week named a 40-strong squad for the world championships in the US later this month, but only ...

Proteas women ready for more Tests cricket

Though their first Test match in eight years got washed out and ended in a draw, Proteas Women have proved that they ...