Tuesday, October 6 2018
Vlakfontein: Dads just want to know why their children were killed
One of the suspects in the seven murders allegedly hoodwinked the family with a fake identity
SAPS: We need ex-cops to help in fight against deadly crimes
SAPS wants to lure 500 former police officers back into the force ... but will they come?
Justice still fails people of colour, says victim of 'careless racism'
Equality Court won't make former yoga studio manager cough up more in 'racism' row
SA studies have led to global use of new TB wonder drug
We were way ahead of the curve by testing bedaquiline - now, patients are four times more likely to be cured
Driven mad: ‘They gave my licence to somebody else’
Limpopo man is at his wits' end as it appears his driver's licence has been issued, just not to him
Solitary confinement: The apartheid torture that still haunts SA's psyche
A group of experts is set to explore the true damage of the punishment that still lingers in the form of 'segregation'
Nat dread: Plato marks one giant leap backwards for DA
Appointing a former National Party foot soldier as mayor of Cape Town leaves a Nazi taste in the mouth
Bowing to the MeToo madness is landing us all in the Apu
The canning of The Simpsons grocer is the latest decree by the PC dictatorship on what you can and cannot say
Six things about SA you need to know
AfriForum targets ‘money-wasting’ health bosses
Gordhan tells SAA staff to ‘clean out the dirt’
They’re out to get me, says Gigaba
Man doing 218km/h was ‘late for golf’
Mechanic ‘took ambulance‚ hit pedestrian’
Serial rapist to spend at least 25 years in jail
A minibus taxi crashed through the doors of an Engen Quick Shop in Walter Sisulu Road, Khayelitsha, injuring two people on November 3.
Midterm madness: White supremacists behind racist ‘robocalls’
Outrage over campaign as Trump makes final stops on whirlwind tour
Apple won’t be peeled. Let’s cut through its seedy affairs
The tech giant’s refusal to reveal its sales is typical of Silicon Valley
Brits browned off by white ‘racial imposter’ director
'African born-again' benefited from grant meant for 'theatre practitioners of colour'
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
Indians reach their statue of limitations
One giant bid for mankind
Suicides soar among Japanese youth
Teacup terror leaves 3 hurt
Fisherman lands baby boy
How on Earth was he going to flog this?
Bookmarks: The hellion who taught women not to be nice
A fortnightly column on books and writers
Andy Warhol looks a scream, hang him on your wall ...
Why did he fall from grace close to the end of his life?
‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ ... on a movie set
Coming-of-age classic at last coming to the big screen
SPORTS DAY: Ngidi and the lads sow some doubt in Oz
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Rugby will be stuck in the boondocks until refs get a grip
No penalty for Farrell’s lawless tackle was not the first time officials have produced a jaw-dropping clanger