Wednesday, October 9 2019
Trauma counsellor stabbed to death in bizarre home invasion
Hate crime and trauma psychologist was killed as she was about to conduct groundbreaking research
Duduzane Zuma says it’s all a plot against him. Sound familiar?
I'm a victim of a political storm, he says as he whines to Zondo about the 'court of public opinion'
SA’s first gymnastics champ is off to the Olympics
The physical and social price Caitlin Rooskrantz pays is daunting, but she wouldn’t have it any other way
Judge throws out police coercion claim in Uber rapist gang case
One of them argued the cops squeezed a confession out of him, then said he was forced by his co-accused
Lazarus gets his own show, and it will be otterly adorable
The Cape otter, who has gained quite a following, is an American TV star in waiting
It’s big-cat heaven as three-legged cheetah finds his perfect spot
Rescued big cats get a second chance at Lionsrock sanctuary - with no petting by humans
I’ll pour bile upon the Jack of all tirades, and he won’t do a damn thing
When Twitter founder Jack Dorsey visits SA, surely his rules about abusing others online will apply face-to-face?
Six things about SA you need to know
Pupils arrested for Grade 9 boy’s murder
Cops probe arson after Cape train blaze
Loo paper ‘thieves’ flushed out in Durban
DA wants Ipid grilled over closed cases
I’ve forgiven him: daughter of ‘Springs monster’
SAHRC weighs in over traffic cop ‘racial slur’
THE VISUAL SIDE
A man who allegedly robbed a store at the Cresta mall in Johannesburg was killed during a shootout with police on Tuesday. A group of men entered an electronics store and stole several electronic appliances. They opened fire as they fled the mall, wounding a security guard. Police later caught the men near Soweto where a shootout ensued which left one suspect dead.
Leaders who land a phone call with Trump had better beware
Such a call used to be like hitting the jackpot, but the unpredictable US president turned that idea on its head
The dark side of light: How light pollution is affecting your body
It's time to go back to black, say experts, because all that artificial light is playing havoc with your health
Date with destiny: Why Tinder’s boss is hooked on marriage
As the app faces a challenge from Facebook, we talk to Elie Seidman about its stratospheric rise and rocky patches
6 things you need to know about the world
‘South Park’ creators apologise to China – as if!
Tuk-tuks to the rescue in deadly protests
Space grace: Russia awards medal to US astronaut
Saudi’s tourism spike oils the hinges
Man shaves wife’s head after finding hair in food
Zoo gets to heart of star panda’s mystery death
Steak calm and carry on: Spur assumes the recovery position
Casual dining operator cuts costs and bounces back (everywhere but Australia) after much disappointment
So everybody must take the pain for Eskom? Really?
Why should the blameless public be made to pay for mismanagement that resulted in this expensive mess?
World shaken, stirred by SA’s win at cocktail prizegiving
Joburg’s Sin+Tax is officially the best bar in Africa
SPORTS DAY: Is Lebusa the man to pick Mali’s pocket?
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
How Southgate took England from laughing stock to heroes
Three years on and manager’s stock is still rising