Monday, October 8 2018
Our ‘hero’ Suu Kyi failed us dismally – is Cyril next?
The moral failure of a once revered leader reminds us of the heartbreaking fallibility of Nene and our other heroes
Nene lied, but he's honourable and should keep his job
If he ends up in the political wilderness it will hardly encourage other people to come clean over state capture
Hard lessons: Why private school refused to refund parents’ deposit
National Consumer Commission grapples with the issue and both sides of the argument have fair points
EXTRACT: 'Winnie's Stompie alibi was false and the evidence was ignored'
‘Truth, Lies and Alibies’ by Fred Bridgland presents a controversial account of how Makidizela-Mandela was protected
Fired woman gets her job back - but now she’s too old to take it
Dismissed on ‘trumped-up’ charges, she finally won her case. Only trouble is, she’s now retired
Squatters have had enough and are demanding to be heard
Overcrowding, streets filled with faeces and illegal power connections are problems these residents live with every day
Never Forgetica: This font bends over backwards to boost memory
Hard-to-read fonts help with memory, according to research, and this font type builds on that
So you think those fruit trays are being recycled?
No they are not. But keep putting them aside for recycling with your other plastic. Good news is coming
They're in the CAQ: Populism has conquered even calm old Canada
Upstart movement's victory in liberal stronghold of Quebec seen as rebuke to policies of Justin Trudeau
Six things about SA you need to know
De Lille to sue businessman over bribery claims
Accountant ‘fleeced’ retailer of R8.3m
Cape Town International the best in Africa
‘Springs Monster’ finds God in jail
Witness saves pair after waterfall tumble
Zuma’s ‘incredibly secure’ home for sale
Bollywood is crawling with Weinsteins, say actresses
The dark truth about India's 'casting couch' culture is emerging and its MeToo movement is finally gaining traction
New low: Now Putin is targeting vital undersea cables
UK and US scramble to track Russian submarines amid fears of renewed 'Cold War cat and mouse games'
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
Rats deserve to live too, says Paris campaign
Tot shredded far more than his parents’ nerves
Never mind ‘Free Willy’, let’s free Benny the beluga
Ham saves rare pigs’ bacon
Stop attacking innocent pope, says cardinal
Neanderthal fluke saved us from flu carnage
Hear here: That tingle you feel in the nethers is your ASMR
It's the sensation you get from listening to certain sounds. Who knew? Go check it out on YouTube ...
The robots are coming to take your job! No they aren’t!
Sure, millions of workers will be replaced by machines, but WEF reckons millions more jobs will be created
SPORTS DAY: Boks make All Blacks think big in Japan
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
All Blacks teach Boks it's not over until the whistle blows
Rassie's men had the better of them, but the All Blacks proved the importance of playing the full 80 minutes