Saturday, September 22 2018
How Trump has made the world's wickedest men - and Zuma - very happy indeed
The US has emboldened dictators around the world by officially spitting in the face of the International Criminal Court
Analysis: Why ConCourt dagga ruling makes the law even more smokey
How much marijuana is legal, and what exactly did the judge mean by smoking in a 'private space'?
By being soft on Cosatu, Cyril is dooming SA to hard times
The Cosatu conference was a time to get real about SA's troubles, not only take polite swipes at his comrades
Our fragile students wallowing in self-pity need a history lesson
It is hard to grasp their woe-is-me attitude this side of apartheid - but I have found an antidote
Britain's Schindler: the quiet spy who saved 10,000 Jews
Statue unveiled by the Duke of Cambridge belies a remarkable tale of wartime heroism
We’ve got to learn how to tell our mates from our Chinas
We’ll all look the other way when China makes demands that defy our view of ourselves as self-determined ... or will we?
Now look here, sunny ... you just can’t miss Gen Z yellow
Sunshine is the colour of the moment
SA designer puts Down’s syndrome model on runway to success
Australian makes New York Fashion Week history after being spotted by Hendrik Vermeulen
Commute to work by jet? Ja, even if it’s just from a suburb
Aston Martin, Honda and Rolls-Royce reckon short-distance air taxis are the solution to urban congestion
Just for the record: Bobbie on the beat, Dread at the controls
A bi-weekly vinyl review
Pity the poor soccer lovers as PSL and Safa bicker like kids
Are these two bodies not meant to represent the interests of the same sport? It does not appear so
Sorry Mr Barnes, your Post Office needs to hit resend
Will glitches mean an end to overseas subscriptions?
There will be no Times Select on the public holiday on Monday, September 24. But here is a sample of some of our great reads of the past week. The Eclectic Long Weekend is free to users who register on Times Select.