Tuesday, November 26 2019
Zuma silenced Gupta alarm bells as far back as 2011, Zondo told
Former state security boss Mo Shaik says ‘we may be talking about different things now’ if probe had gone ahead
‘Unreasonably’ tough maths paper equals matric pain
FREE TO READ | Exam's difficulty sparks calls from pupils and teachers for marks to be adjusted upwards
‘Get your shop in order’: probe slams grocery retail giants
Competition Commission inquiry wants smaller businesses and consumers to get a fairer slice of the pie
Parkinson’s shouldn’t stop me: doctor axed by Free State health
A forensic clinical manager in Welkom is suing the department, though he’s lost part of his battle in court
Homeless lose R500m case as smug courtroom remark adds insult
Technicality sinks Ark Christian Ministries’ eviction case against eThekwini municipality
Losing our way: violence against women is a problem of men
President Cyril Ramaphosa launched the 16 Days of Activism in Limpopo on Monday. Below is his keynote address
If the ANC doesn’t stop the rot at SOEs they will destroy SA
Given that the loss-making entities are in crisis, here is what’s needed to avoid an IMF bailout and a huge staff cull
My shock-o-meter’s reading of Malema allegations: priceless
FREE TO READ | My very first, entirely unconscious, reaction to the R4m allegation was to ask: Is that really so bad?
Six things about SA you need to know
Six life terms for rapist on parole
SABC denies ‘spying’ on staff
Beware prowling livestock thieves
Pensioner, 73, jailed for raping girl, 11
Swartkops crash evidence at expert unit
Some refugees on the move from Cape church
THE VISUAL SIDE
A dog in Port St. Lucie, Florida, hopped into its owner's car and reversed it on Friday. The car drove in circles for an hour with the dog behind the wheel. The owner did not notice the animal when she first spotted her car whirling around the block.
You’ve done it now, Andrew: showdown looms with Prince Charles
The prince is said to be fuming over his younger brother and the Epstein scandal, and may boot him from the inner circle
Death by Coke or a crushed skull: moms driven by poverty to kill babies
Dumped in a river or bashed on the head at birth – there are many ways of dealing with unwanted babies in Kenya
Would it really be a good idea to break up big tech?
It is becoming increasingly common in Silicon Valley to wear the monopoly tag with pride
Slain sheep in a forest, magic symbols … is this the devil’s work?
Ancient place in England, where witches are steeped in its boggy lore, is being terrorised by knife-wielding ‘Satanists’
6 things you need to know about the world
Saucy habit shuts convent
Child killed by ice sculpture
Superhero on a tiger fights sex crimes
Gang film pulled after cinema brawl
That’s it, I’ll damn well become Irish
Is that a bowling ball? No, it’s a kidney
Anybody have an idea where we are and where we’re going?
FREE TO READ | I’ve lost my sense of what the rules are, or who’s making them. Are we pointed in the same direction?
Don’t be surprised to see Invicta making eyes at enX
Would the reliable enX forklift distribution business in SA and the UK have some attractions for Invicta?
Bookmarks: Best 2019 fiction – foreign, English and US
FREE TO READ | A fortnightly look at books, writers and reviews
Book extract: ‘Catching Tadpoles: The Shaping of a Young Rebel’
FREE TO READ | What made a young white boy from Joburg give up privilege and join the liberation struggle?
SPORTS DAY: Tough run to World Cup 2022 for Bafana
Your roundup of the sporting news of the day
Gareth Bale: Why do Madrid still doubt he’s the Real deal?
Real Madrid face PSG in the Champions League on Tuesday, but will the mercurial Welshman be there?