Thursday, August 23 2018
Analysis: ‘Charges might not stick to latest k-word twit’
Despite his obnoxious remarks, lawyers say there are serious obstacles to going the crimen injuria route
How Tom Moyane turned crack investigators into paper pushers
For six months, once an executive in the customs unit, Sydwell Phokane would 'go to the office and do nothing'
Harbouring anger: locals want in on boat action, or they’ll burn it down
There is a delay in the much-needed upgrade for the crumbling Hout Bay harbour
Evicted families living on a prayer in Joburg’s Jerusalem
They occupied flats after waiting 22 years for housing - now they’ve been hounded into an informal settlement
The subtle, destructive racism of white, English SA
English is the only language that can make you feel small without uttering a word. It's that look, that cold stare
Enough pigs killed in Spain to feed the country (and some)
Pork export boom to China triggers environmental concerns with 50 million animals killed every year
Residents of Ramaphosa informal settlement, near Reiger Park, took to the streets on Wednesday August 22 2018 in a service delivery protest, adamant that if the president doesn’t come to them they will continue with their protest.
Six things about SA you need to know
Good, flaky heavens! Snow on the way
Get paid to mind your own rubbish
Trip to steal avocados ends in rape of granny
How is no one buying these plump chickens?
Boy brings school to tears with rap performance
Vicious playground war leads to school shutdown
Sonic doom: VW ‘hail cannon’ causing drought, say farmers
Mexicans say the firm uses sonic devices to disrupt hail formation, but they're chasing away rain altogether
Game of Throngs: medieval gem now a ‘city of souvenirs’
Lord Byron’s Adriatic idyll is now a tourist-infested bag of nerves that appears on lists of destinations to avoid
It’s bad, folks: The polar ice that shouldn’t melt, is melting
The oldest and thickest ice caps, expected to be the last place to remain frozen as the world heats up ...
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
Wanna go ice-skating on the moon?
When beauty kills
India, ignore fishermen at your peril
Trash turns to ‘gold’ in Benin
Inventor opens up possibilities for disabled sister
Monkey business: man arrested for Nepal PM post
Resilient’s little bounce may have been a tad premature
Investors seemed to have found an appetite recently for the embattled property group, until Wednesday that is
Out of the ordinary Audrey: How to steal Hepburn’s style
Decades on, she’s still a timeless fashion icon
Dorothy Parker: Age will not wither, but wit sure would
A weekly column on the vagaries and charms of fashion
SPORTS DAY: Steyn alive after yet another injury scare
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
For the love of the beautiful game, hit the flipping net!
It sure isn’t boring to have to keep talking about the lack of killer instinct in front of goal by PSL teams