Wednesday, July 25 2018
Don't tell me you expected any better from them ...
With the voting in of lethally incompetent Qedani Mahlangu, its crass, greedy mechanics roar ever louder
... don't expect Cyril to choose between fact and faction ...
Corruption and in-fighting still rule the ANC, and Ramaphosa doesn't know who his allies are
Quake brings 'refugees' together on walls of Cape Town gallery
How a 400-year-old Italian painting and a contemporary African artwork ended up in 'conversation'
The sport of kings has a queen in the making - at just 7
Little Anotha is making quite a name for herself on KZN's increasingly popular rural horse-racing scene
OMG - the Lassie story is real, our dogs really do care
Dogs will go out of their way to help you if you're distressed - and there's science to prove it
Eleven new members of the canine family have been introduced to their law enforcement partners in the Metro Police K9 Unit to help tackle crime in Cape Town.
Six things about SA you need to know
ANC chief whip in Knysna shot dead
KZN Woolies customers to be searched
Theft case against partying student postponed
Dad who killed son to be prosecuted
Makhanda has only enough water for two months
September could be firearms amnesty month
One giant leap for moonkind: was there lunar life 4 billion years ago?
Conditions could have supported simple lifeforms at about the same time life was getting started on Earth
Supersonic travel is booming, and we're all in for the ride
Faster-than-sound planes will be financially viable and affordable in our lifetime
Oh crumbs, Palmerston - the in-house mouser - is a murderer
If you're bored of the politics, Downing Street can offer an alternative in cat-watching
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
A Stormy divorce for Daniels?
Labola? India gives 200 cows to Rowanda
Rescued Thai cave boys become monks
China bans religious activities in Tibet
Paedophiles prefer Nepal
Ugandans want their Tinder tax-free
Feed the world, make it a better place, but no meat and dairy
Current crop production is sufficient to feed Earth's masses – but only with radical dietary shifts
Tapping Ash: Hot cooking tips from the master chef
Cape Town restaurateur Ash Heeger is touring the world for inspiration for her next project
Need a sharpener? Use your noggin and have a snifter
Aperitifs are the new cocktails, for winter that is. When it’s too cold for a sundowner, pour yourself an ‘opener’
We mustn’t give a toss about those sons of pitches
Whether Faf won the toss or not, the Proteas should have been prepared for home-town wickets