Saturday, April 14 2018

The Eclectic Weekend


Zuma's scheming the sign of a trapped, desperate man

With the possibility of jail looming, the former president might have revolt and rebellion on his mind

4 min read

The greatest love of small

No matter how seemingly trivial or nonsensical an act is, if it is done for love it is noble

5 min read

The message about Hani that I can hear at last

When Chris Hani died in 1993, young Tom Eaton, like many others, didn't understand what it meant

Tom Eaton
3 min read

Winnie or lose? Why books about the late icon suck

Critics slam biographies as error-strewn, inaccurate, naive and vague or overly sentimental and uncritical

By Andrew Donaldson
5 min read

Searching for our truth, in black and white

Is racism getting worse? Experts say it's complicated but there is hope

6 min read

What’s the colour of love?

How Sindi Sithole met Marinus van Zyl ... and learned many truths, both good and bad, about SA society

3 min read

From rage to reconciliation: 'I would do it all over again'

Paarl road rage victim who washed his assailant's feet says he has no regrets

3 min read

Life lessons for a school that produced a miracle

Former headmistress reflects on Parktown Girls' High's journey to social cohesion and equality

By Anthea Cereseto
5 min read

Billionaire comes to the rescue of two Gupta mines

Quinton van der Burgh has won a temporary contract to keep Optimum and Koornfontein afloat

Leonie Wagner
3 min read

GT Ferreira and his workers say bye to a billion

No thanks to major investment in sinking Steinhoff

By Ann Crotty
3 min read

The bottom line: The sorry saga of Sagarmatha

And foreigners on the hunt after German offer for M&R

By BusinessLIVE reporters
3 min read

Caster kicks Budd

Zola Budd's record has stood for longer than Caster Semenya has been alive

David Isaacson
2 min read