Saturday, July 27 2019
From Bokkie to a Bok: Meet Herschel Jantjies’s very proud parents
They tell us about their joy last Saturday, and of how they brought up their son to be SA's new sports star
Rassie’s All Blacks gamble can pay off big time, but the risks are huge
It seems he's put a lot of emphasis on beating NZ, but the potential pitfalls appear to outweigh the benefits
Please, ANC, just dump Eskom while you can. If you don’t, SA is doomed
SOEs are too far down the drain to be saved. They'll have to be ditched in the end, so why not get it over with now?
Mkhwebane gets sponsored on-the-job training. Nice!
The public protector will find comfort in the reminder that the justice system does not ‘crush’, but rather ‘teaches’
Penny for my thoughts: the convicted racist was once my friend
When Penny Sparrow died of colon cancer on Thursday, writer Nivashni Nair was sad. She explains why
Spur says full-year sales grew despite middle-class woes
Total franchised restaurant sales grew by 7.2% in the year to end June
Every time Zuma hits the spy button his scapegoats get closer to home
He used to say these devils were in the CIA and ‘White Monopoly Capital’, now he’s finding them inside his office
What data was on Batchelor’s phone? And what will it tell of his murder?
'Bad news' PI arrested for stealing the murdered debt collector's phone - but later released
The best place to be sick: SA’s top private hospitals (sort of)
A list has been made of the best private hospitals in the country, but it’s missing some crucial information
The big white lie: what the UK has saddled itself with in Boris Johnson
The new prime minister's career is littered with lies, gaffes and missteps. Here are the standout ones
Seven food nuggets you’ll enjoy even more than the ones from KFC
These shows and reads serve up unique perspectives of the food world — which otherwise feels much the same