Friday, May 17 2019
Makhanda looked a Gift horse of the Givers in the mouth
There's a whiff of double-dealing about the aid group being stiffed by the town - but it is surely not surprising
Ringo the changes: muso joins surprising list of new MPLs
From a Chinese-born businesswoman to a student, picks for legislature seats are interesting, to say the least
It’s a smear campaign, says embattled Durban mayor
WhatsApp messages linking members of a disruptive business forum and city officials have dealt another blow to her image
Piping hot and efficient: Wits to save millions using the sun
The varsity now has SA’s largest solar thermal system, and expects to recoup the cost within three years
Fund gives innovative Graskop Gorge elevator a huge lift
The company is among a number of black businesses riding high thanks the Tourism Transformation Fund
What do an arms maker and a rare leopard have in common?
Trust partners with Denel to capture rare shots of the elusive Cape mountain leopard
All that sparkles is not gold: Champagne burst my bubble
It was in this French jewel that I found myself in the dismal, backwards, provincial South Africa of my youth
Deceitfully true blue DA keeps getting caught red-handed
With a possible DA-EFF dalliance, I can't believe another word Maimane's party has to say on principles or ethics
‘Dead woman walking’: Is this Theresa May’s Waterloo?
The British PM goes from one humiliation to another, and a second no-confidence vote, by her own MPs, might be the last
Six things about SA you need to know
Cyril’s inauguration ‘R100m less’ than Zuma’s
DA, EFF in ‘power sharing’ talks
Now UCT's top four academics are all women
Workers threaten to destroy Durban over demands
Beware of fake ‘get-out-of-jail cards’
Strong cop presence for final after stampede
THE VISUAL SIDE
The state brought up discrepancies between Duduzane Zuma’s testimonies in his culpable homicide case as the trial resumed on May 16 2019. Prosecutor Yusuf Baba questioned differing accounts of the speed at which Zuma was driving on the day of the fatal car crash.
There’s a giant nuclear ‘coffin’ in the Pacific, and it’s leaking
The dump for radioactive goop from blast tests was only supposed to be a temporary fix - now cracks are appearing
For those who fancy brutality, pigeon races are where the money is
Only one in 10 birds finish the Philippines’ longest pigeon race, thanks to bullets, predators and shady characters
The real deal or just a Trump wallaby? Well, the Aussie has big bucks
Donald-style mining magnate is giving the country's two major political forces a run for their money
Moment of tooth: humans split from Neanderthals far earlier than thought
Study of teeth 'raises the tension' between genetic change against physical and physiological changes in evolution
6 things you need to know about the world
Workers to cough up for smoke breaks
We can only dream of a commute like this
Bigwigs won’t be hitting this G spot
Lights, camera … creche!
Heil no! Court ads fuel to Nazi fire
Not the most prudent choice, eh Mel?
Bernard Swanepoel: Flowery talk is over, let’s do business
If we fix the fact that it is impossible for a small business to compete in SA, we’ll create the jobs
Full of debt, Tongaat limps along on the road to anywhere
Impossible not to feel foreboding when Tongaat said it is negotiating a standstill agreement with its banks
Can the Cannes film jamboree surf its own frothy hype?
It looks like a gnarly year, with at least 10 films not to be missed – while plenty of controversy is brewing
Keanu as mustard, but the old boy is looking a wee bit weary
Reeves holds his own against waves of stuntmen half his age in ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’
‘Deep State’: Hit spy series slips into Africa for season 2
Filmed in SA, Morocco and London, the series is about more than Western conspiracies, dirty war and looting
SPORTS DAY: Now Caster rival Wambui feels the IAAF heat
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
SA’s ken of England gives them an edge over ... England?
Weird pessimism infects England while three of SA’s coaching staff know exactly what conditions are like