Tuesday, October 30 2018
Brazilian nutter’s victory is a warning sign for SA
When voters feel betrayed by the political class, they will abandon politics in favour of reaction
Shelter from the abuse storm: Josina Machel fights back
The daughter of Graça and Samora Machel broke down as she spoke about her ordeal with domestic violence
Hope in Westbury: ‘I’ve not heard a single gunshot’
Residents say things are a little better since the protests, but some say drug dealing continues
Oceans of change: SA seas are getting ‘national parks’
Cabinet has announced a huge expansion of Marine Protected Areas
Six things about SA you need to know
Four dead in Cape wildfire
Hawks probe payments to mayor
Prosecutor bust taking bribe in murder case
Mashaba wants metros to prosecute criminals
ANC members linked to VBS must ‘step aside’
Kentridge artwork sells for R6.6m at Joburg
From October 29, 100 rail enforcement officers will be deployed on trains in Cape Town to prevent crime, fires and vandalism.
Trump and Bolsonaro go together like fear and anger
Brazil’s new president is an ardent admirer of his counterpart. Can you say bromance?
Come hell or high water: Inside the migrant caravan
A day in the life of the migrant caravan as it ploughs ahead on its gruelling journey to the US
Teflon Trump: He pins bombs on others, yet keeps support
His supporters are unmoved amid Republican-Democrat blame game following the arrest of suspected bomb plotter
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
It’s, like, so hard on the young, says Meghan
The Twittersphere is not going to like this
Now she’s throne it all away
Trump aims chirp at Twitter
Sinead changes her tune … again
Dystopian film is a box-office nightmare
In an upside-down world, how do you find your feet?
Reasons beyond fundamental valuation metrics now cause unusually big moves in global stock markets
Anglo’s vow to spend R6bn is great, but how much is new?
Fabulous numbers told a good story about Anglo staying in SA, but some would have been spent anyway
Going to the bogs down south and finding ‘Maggot Brain’
A bi-weekly vinyl review
Lula eclipse in Brazil: How art makes sense of political angst
The São Paulo Bienal opened last month in the lead-up to a dark moment in Brazil’s democratic history
Finding an illicit spark in the old Tinder, are you?
Some 25% of users on the dating app come with many, sometimes hidden, strings attached. Take the Sunday Times sex ...
SPORTS DAY: Crocked neck or not, Schickerling’s bok for it
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Kevin with a shout to win elite eight-man ATP World Finals
Anderson has guaranteed a world ranking inside the top 10 at the end of 2018, regardless of coming results