Monday, April 29 2019
The heat is on Ace so he’s trying to stay out of jail Zuma-style
Magashule is running a desperate victimhood campaign because Cyril's clean-up drive is headed his way
Amazing disgrace: Why SA churches are turning to the Book of Actors
Several people have admitted being paid to enact 'miracles'. Why do congregations allow themselves to be duped?
Government owes Gauteng metros millions in unpaid rates
Amounts dating back a year are still outstanding to Tshwane, Ekurhuleni and Joburg, and the situation is 'catastrophic'
Serial killer whips up a social media storm from behind bars
He butchered three elderly people. Now he's on Facebook in his prison kit, and his victims' families are livid
Birth (out of) control: Is SA’s top contraceptive putting women at risk?
Policymakers are worried as evidence mounts that the three-monthly jab leads to increased HIV and TB risk
Deal with the dealers when they drive up ‘on-the-road’ fees
Car dealerships have been doing it for years, countering consumer protests with ‘it’s compulsory; an industry norm’
Poets and Paddington: how Faber & Faber changed modern literature
Through the vision of its founders, the firm, which has turned 90, became the accidental heroes of publishing
Six things about SA you need to know
Old-SA flag flutter heads to court
Hawks uncover cop ‘extortion’ racket
Consumer commission wants Ford prosecuted
Sars eyes Bosasa ‘tax dodgers’
Zuma snubs ANC Gauteng poll drive
Boffins blame bad planning for flood toll
THE VISUAL SIDE
Huge pressure on troubled princess to spark new chapter in Japan
Despite her struggles to adapt to imperial life, many pin their hopes on Masako being a catalyst for modernisation
Who owns the moon anyway? Why space is the new frontier for lawyers
Laws on mining asteroids or dumping stuff in space are virtually non-existent, which could lead to a cosmic free-for-all
6 things you need to know about the world
Tourists at risk now that IS has time on its hands
A Texas first as white racist is executed
A rare act of Middle East good will
Blushes at top paper over antisemitic cartoon
Musk does a deal on his tweets
The beginning of the end of on-flight screens?
Beware policy complacency about Eskom - it still needs to be fixed
It is dangerous to assume that after the elections the financial and operational challenges will magically be solved
MakeMyTrip share swap is just the ticket for Naspers
Exchange for a stake in China's Ctrip will boost growth ambitions of both entities, the company says
‘Game of Thrones’: Nobody likes a spoilsport, but ...
When is it okay to start discussing the series?
Naysayers may cough and splutter, but the flu jab works
With flu season upon us, is getting the vaccine worth it?
SPORTS DAY: This the last thing Rassie wanted to see
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Goalies give Bafana an Africa Cup of Nations headache
Coaches says it's very unlikely that first-choice Itumeleng Khune and Darren Keet will be available for Egypt