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ANC wants taxpayers to pay more to political parties

The ANC wants the state to fork out additional funds for political parties because the regulation of funding may scare off donors.

SACP issues red alert to banks over high interest

The SACP wants workers to pull out their money from the big four retail banks in order to set up a co-operative bank.

Early commute is a deadly affair for humans

The morning commute could be killing you in more ways than one.

Young South Africans cash in on YouTube

Self-starters channel their creativity - and business savvy - into online platform

Wild chase earns tourist outfit top web domain

A safari company's year-long hunt for a sought-after internet home had all the elements of a Hollywood movie, and ended with South Africa's most ...

Comrades in conflict over no-confidence vote

ANC MPs who come from the ranks of the SACP are considering abstaining in next month's vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.

Opinion & Analysis
Execution, to order: Being a hitman is 'just like an ordinary job'

‘Hitmen for Hire’ delves into the underworld of informers, rogue policemen, taxi bosses, gang leaders and crooked businessmen.

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Q&A with defence analyst Helmoed Heitman

Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says the South African National Defence Force has run out of money. Chris Barron asked defence analyst ...

Fighting the fat wars: which diet is the most healthy for South Africans?

Cutting the carbohydrate controversy down to size requires a balanced view

Mampara of the Week: Tbo Touch

Fewer things are as nauseating as a big-mouth spoilt brat who fashions himself as a prosperity adviser to the poor.

Free communal land in SA à la French Revolution

A great contributor to the stabilisation of the revolutionary order occurred when the church's land was redistributed among the rural peasantry

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Don't go looking for love without Yolisa Qunta as your guide

Dogs are more likely to eat their owners than cats

For too long cats have unfairly been smeared by a Bell Pottinger-type canine PR campaign, writes Rebecca Davis

Delving into 'Dunkirk': the epic WW2 film everyone's talking about

Rosie Fiore reviews the movie, chats to the director Christopher Nolan and shares a history lesson

Genius space-saving hacks abound in this compact Cape Town apartment

This stylish family home has an expansive feel that belies its small footprint

Basotho blanket-inspired separates for stylish kids

Thabo Makhetha-Kwinana, the designer renowned for her unique BaSotho blanket capes, has turned her creative hand to kidswear.

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Bafana over the Moon with victory

The opponents might have been lightweight but Ryan Moon showed that he is ready to battle with the heavyweights if given a regular starting berth at ...

Leyds 'has great futureat fullback'

There are two sets of YouTube clips of Stormers utility back Dillyn Leyds that make you grit your teeth and gasp.

Controversy over SA athletics team

Caster Semenya and Wayde van Niekerk glittered on the Côte D'Azur on Friday night, but even their efforts couldn't camouflage the controversy around ...

Highlanders blanked as Crusaders storm to semi

The Canterbury Crusaders shone in atrocious conditions in Christchurch to storm into the semifinals of Super Rugby with an emphatic 17-0 win over the ...

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Marizanne Kapp sat on the bones of her backside on the scrubby outfield of Bristol County Ground on Tuesday as a grey afternoon surrendered to a dull ...

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SA's champion junior high jumper reckons attitude beats altitude

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JSE starts week on firm footing as record-high Naspers boosts market

The JSE closed firmer on Monday in broad-based gains‚ but mainly driven by Naspers‚ as the market heavyweight reached a new high from its previous ...

SAA asked Treasury for R10bn in March‚ Malusi Gigaba discloses

South African Airways (SAA) made a request to the Treasury in March for a R10bn recapitalisation‚ Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has disclosed.

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Bitcoin is growing in popularity among hobbyists and IT geeks who trade the currency in South Africa‚ with one local expert estimating 100‚000 trade ...

Change will come your way if you get on the savings wagon

Being frugal should come with bragging rights, writes Angelique Ardé

How to prevent absenteeism due to back pain

Some 60% to 90% of people will suffer from lower-back disorders at some time

Workers happier when carried on the wings of song

Turning workspaces into huge jukeboxes has its advantages and its pitfalls, writes Ludovic Hunter-Tilney