Tuesday, August 6 2019
EFF vs Sanef: were Malema’s words ‘hate speech’ or mere ‘rhetoric’?
As they face off in the Equality Court, the two sides offer very different interpretations of EFF leader's speech
Grey College sex abuse case could see school liable for R20m in damages
FREE TO READ | Former pupil is suing school for not protecting pupils, after coach admits to 1987 assault
Black radicals hold secret gun-play event. Should SA be worried?
FREE TO READ | Apparently, they're preparing for a revolution centred on self-determination and the struggle for ...
Irked judges give banks 3 bloody noses for ‘abuse’
Lenders told to stop taking debtors to the high court for 'trifling' amounts when a magistrate's court will do
Slain man’s family begs Cele: He wasn’t just an EFF fighter, he was a son
DUT student was killed during a clash with security firm. Family say his death is being ignored thanks to politics
Nit-picking municipality turfs elderly out of loved care centre
The Scottburgh facility, which opened its doors to seniors in 1984, faces closure thanks to new municipal policy
Blood transfusion in SA isn’t quite yet at the bleeding edge
Only 1% of SA donates blood, raising concerns that such a small pool of donors may harm their own health
Forget truisms about fighting elephants, this is how the ANC will kill SA
Humans worry about everything except the one thing that will actually end them - and so it is in this country
Before you send that spicy e-mail … your boss might be spying on you
Surveillance start-ups that help firms keep tabs on staff are a $3.3bn industry, but is it too high a price to pay?
Six things about SA you need to know
Magistrate in Catzavelos k-word case recused
Dozens of e-hailing vehicles impounded in Durban
SA remains a preferred tourist destination: minister
Nurse who ‘forced woman to eat dog faeces’ held
MEC wants probe after deputy mayor’s car stolen
Police probe after child is kidnapped from creche
THE VISUAL SIDE
Two quick-witted criminals were caught running a con at an Engen petrol station in Heidedal on July 31. The men can be seen passing money to one another in order to claim that they have been short-changed, then walking away with extra money. Engen has shared the video in an effort to prevent businesses falling prey to the con.
Killer puts ‘safe’ El Paso in crossfire of debates over guns and migrants
Dad who chose the border town for a mural to honour his son who died in another mass shooting, joins call to end hate
Did malaria pill drive student insane and cause her death plunge?
As Alana Cutland's fatal fall from a plane stirs debate about Lariam, we look at the risks and alternatives
Worried about the planet? Fear not, the Clooneys and Coldplay are on it
How many celebs does it take to fix global warming? Just check out Google's ludicrous VIP climate-change party
6 things you need to know about the world
Tree fan backs away from volcano … for 700km
Viennese turn up noses at scented trains
Aussie first to use new assisted dying law
WW2 Spitfire revived – for the sake of peace
Fidesz in a tizz about gay ad fizz
Fur babies have never had it this good
Sure, we’re in a fix - but there are ways we can fix it
When you’re in the soup, flaws have to be eliminated, weaknesses resolved, and mistakes paid for in full
Gold mining: It’s Ghana be a sad day when SA goes belly up
Not even Africa’s champion any longer, who will save the 112,000 jobs left in the SA gold mining industry?
Book extract: From slaves to servants in ‘Like Family’
Domestic worker relations in South Africa were shaped by the institution of slavery at the Cape in 1658
Hamilton knows the game well enough to meditate on the playbook
The champ just had his best season yet, but he still seeks room for improvement and recovery