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Home & Gardening INSIDE LOOK | This Cape Town home is down to earth, but high on style
Food An insider's guide to the best Indian food in Overport, Durban
The Edit Wise buys: 10 African artists to invest in now
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News
Class of 2017: commitment conquers all for township achievers

Hout Bay pupil overcomes two fires, mom's suicide, to ace matric

Eskom relies on 'ridiculous' lawyer's report to wipe slate

Eskom was justified in paying more than R500-million to Trillian Capital Partners despite having no valid contract with the Gupta-linked company, ...

Competition Commission promises relief on uniform costs

Cash-strapped parents can breathe a sigh relief: the price of school uniforms is set to fall.

Murder at a farm funeral sparks racial tensions in the rural idyll of Midlands

A cluster of mud homes and a fresh grave on a farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands are at the centre of land conflict spanning decades between a local ...

Cape Town mafiosi start to feel the legal heat

Bail hearing no bar to extortion racket as heavies do the rounds

Fighting and food shortages on SA's sub-Antarctic island

Frying pan and ire at SA's island base

Opinion & Analysis
Peter Bruce Editor-at-large, Tiso Blackstar Group
PETER BRUCE | This is a job for Cyril and The Corruption Busters

Napoleon Bonaparte was an arrogant little chap.

Ranjeni Munusamy Associate editor: analysis
RANJENI MUNUSAMY | The ANC must choose truth over alternatives to break Zuma ...

In an interview with Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba last year, I asked him how South Africans should contend with President Jacob Zuma in line ...

EDITORIAL | Minister no match for Eskom's tenacious looters

The state-capture project appears to be alive and well and living at Eskom.

The business of death: Stars and heroes immortalised in stone

A walk through the 'heroes acre' of Westpark Cemetery in Johannesburg is like gate-crashing a star-studded event.

OBITUARY | Keorapetse William Kgositsile, poet whose pen led us to ...

A few weeks ago, the slight, compact, bearded figure in sombre attire and a sailor's cap entered the Parktown eatery where I was seated for lunch, ...

MOLIFI TSHABALALA | The snake might be dead but those who share its secrets can ...

It would be foolhardy of Cyril Ramaphosa to push for Jacob Zuma's recall as president without control of the top five and the national executive ...

Lifestyle
One dish wonders: single-focus eateries delight Cape Town foodies

Marrow Broth Bar and Davy Croquettes specialise in making just one type of dish - and they do it really, really well, writes Kit Heathcock

By breastfeeding for 6 months you could cut your diabetes risk in half

Women who breastfeed their babies for six months or more may be able to cut their risk of developing diabetes in the future by nearly half, according ...

Study links early periods & premature menopause to heart disease

Women who started menstruating at the age of 11 or younger, or entered menopause before 47, face a higher risk of heart disease and stroke, according ...

Kicking convention to the curb: dresses are no longer just for women

Why should women get to wear all the pretty dresses? Why can't men also flounce about in the feathers, lace or fine embroidery if they fancy?

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 ...

#HairGoals: 5 simple steps to a soft, shiny afro

Calling all naturalistas, the answer to your afro maintenance struggles isn’t as difficult as it may seem.

Sport
For a change, Chiefs go for quality over quantity in market

Zola Mahobe, the late former owner of Mamelodi Sundowns, had a personal favourite phrase: when Kaizer Chiefs sneezes we all catch cold.

Profligate Downs pay the price

Polokwane City's Rodney Ramagalela scored a winning goal to help his team defeat his former club Mamelodi Sundowns for the second time this season in ...

The tale of a plastic bag... how dare it at such a big cricket test match?

Everything stopped for a moment or seven at Newlands on Friday as an empty, orange plastic bag inched its way along and up the sloping section of the ...

Wits have the chances - but it's the others who have the goals

Gavin Hunt looked haggard after Bidvest Wits sagged to a fourth game without a win, and another demoralising Absa Premiership defeat at home.

Serena needs more time - and she'll need a wildcard too

Serena Williams has pulled out of the Australian Open, explaining that she needs more time to return to tournament-winning shape.

Meteoric rise of Rabada the rocketman

In just over two years, the Proteas bowler with the jet-fuelled delivery has risen to No 2 in the ICC testrankings. This weekend he is in action ...