Thursday, November 22 2018
Brutal farm attack rocks family, but they won’t let robbers have final say
They endured a gruelling ordeal of abuse and gunfire that left dad near death, but kids are still writing exams
What Momentum - and SA - sorely need is some big-picture thinking
Small-picture reasoning only leads to unwanted publicity, reputational damage and loss of revenue
School vs dad: Did 'bullied' kids start the fight?
Parents of allegedly taunted boy want school to take action, but school says the parents’ kids were the instigators
‘Mr Crispa’ in dock again. This time, elderly neighbour says he beat him up
Juan Lerena's defence has a very different version of what happened between him and the 73-year-old
Black Friday: Get ready for a good deal ... of mayhem
But, having learnt from 2017, retailers say they're better prepared - so much so you may as well call it Black November
Retail apocalypse? SA shoppers still prefer getting physical
Research shows US malls are dying as online shopping becomes the order of the day. The SA situation is rather different
Six things about SA you need to know
AG to flex new muscles over irregular spending
Cyril k-word ranter rages over ‘kangaroo court’
Rohde sentencing moved so kids can write matric
‘Load-shedding’ halts Vlakfontein murder bail bid
Court shoots down attempt to shut KZN mine
Michelangelo smoked out by eatery fire
Protesters who gathered outside the Lenasia Magistrate's Court on Tuesday took protest songs to another level when they incorporated popular dance trends such as the Thuso Phala, Vosho and IdIbala. The protesters were attending the bail application of two men accused of killing seven family members in Vlakfontein last month. The case was postponed due to a power outage.
Too weak to cry: Starving Yemeni kids bear brunt of war
For every child killed by bombs and bullets, thousands are dying from malnutrition
MooToo movement: 'My cows told me they want to keep their horns'
Eccentric farmer's campaign against dehorning first puzzled, then gripped the Swiss. They're now going to vote on it
A ballet star is born, and his success story is better than any fairytale
New Royal Ballet principal dancer Matthew Ball talks about his big break, and life beyond the glamour and stardust
SIX THINGS ABOUT THE WORLD YOU NEED TO KNOW
You can preen but you can’t pimp, says Spain
Why did Greece need 200,000 land mines anyway?
Russian fox blocked from guarding henhouse
Smiling poop no joke for sensitive Chinese
Anyone for a spoonful of pangolin scales?
Why is anyone even arguing about this?
Huff and puff all you like, you won’t blow BAT down
Peer through the investment smoke surrounding British American Tobacco and you'll see it’s a screaming buy
Sibanye: Saviour of jobs or money-grabbing predator?
Merger with Lonmin hinges on securing vulnerable employees, but union doesn’t see it that way
Fear and clothing: Horrible lessons from Dolce & Gabbana
A weekly reverie on the foibles and charms of fashion
Hot tips: How to be cool in the office without taking heat
Wear less to work while avoiding being sent home
What next for the mini-me trend? Matching babygros?
Is it stylish to dress your children up to match yourself, or, for pity’s sake, dress yourself to match them?
SPORTS DAY: Willie le Roux reckons Boks are rocking
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Why there’s only one man for the Bulls job: Deon Davids
He will give shape to a Springbok succession plan which has to have a black candidate high on its list of priorities