Tuesday, April 2 2019
Andile Ramaphosa: The sins of the son come to visit?
There’s a good story to be written on how Cyril made his money. For now, Blue Crane and Bosasa isn’t it
She lived the high life, allegedly on stolen cash, now can’t afford bail
Suspected serial con-artist Tracy Morrison back court and looking haggard after months in prison
Prosecutor hates me, Zuma says in latest court salvo
Former president says prosecutor Billy Downer is seeking his prosecution and conviction 'at all costs'
This is the carrot medical aids should be dangling
They could save billions in healthcare costs by rewarding people for eating healthier, a study has found
Heavy metal in SA sharks rocks the underwater world
Levels of metals such as mercury in great whites indicate the health of the ecosystem, with implications for humans
Protector blasts KZN health over state of public mortuaries
Mkhwebane wants morgues monitored after probe finds department 'prejudiced bereaved families'
So, seriously, why will over 50% of us vote for the ANC despite all?
The majority of those who keep the party in business do so because their lives depend on it
Thanks to Moody’s, Cyril gets a lucky breather to fix Eskom
He needs time to set the country right again, as he has promised he will do. Rating agency is prepared to wait
Six things about SA you need to know
Cyril mulls NPA report on Jiba and Mrwebi
Strike at Sars half-over as union accepts deal
Murder accused mayor gets R20k bail
System upgrade blamed for ID, passport glitches
Soldiers studying in Cuba suspended after AWOL
Striking municipal workers trash Mthatha
THE VISUAL SIDE
Former president Jacob Zuma was seen living his best life during the weekend. He posted a picture of himself and one of his daughters relaxing in his 'Nkandla firepool' and captioned it with Muhammad Ali's famous line about the secret to winning: 'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.'
New Japanese imperial era ‘Reiwa’ takes name from ancient poetry
It's meant to reflect the beauty of Japanese culture and dreams coming true, but not everyone's convinced
Tribe suffers in deadly battle for riches of Venezuela’s El Dorado
'Blood gold' has turned the Gran Sabana into a killing ground that could shape the troubled country's future
6 things you need to know about the world
Student mistook killer’s car for Uber
Russia fines Jehovah's Witness for ‘extremism’
Catholic priests burn Harry Potter books
Unknown footage of Lennon, Ono found
Comic may have last laugh in polls
Death by gas denied
When the red mist descends, how about we just chill out?
We’ll only solve our challenges as partners. If we fight now, there’ll be nothing left to fight for once we’re done
Allan Gray takes big chunk of Kap off Steinhoff’s hands
Other investors could now be tempted to buy into one of the few remaining, and well-run, industrial stocks
Bookmarks: Nazis, spies, porky pies and mushy peas
A fortnightly look at books, writers and reviews
Read into this bestseller list what you like, but at least read
SA’s most popular books in March
SPORTS DAY: Brawling hookers make up, but too late
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Stink of Brexit taints the hallowed turf of Wembley
Maybe the stadium being sold out on Saturday was a delusion – or that it was filled with deluded sellouts