Tuesday, September 22 2020
Doctors appeal to Cyril over the Beale and Munshi case. Is this wise?
Experts criticise HPCSA, saying NPA independence is protected and if council acted on legal advice it was ‘bad advice’
Murder of cop Kinnear a ‘tipping point’ in SA’s march to crime chaos
Who’s next? Prosecutors? Judges? Organised crime expert urges decisive action to avoid a ‘Mexico’ scenario
Education official who lost matric answer sheets is now head of exams
Deputy chief education specialist’s mess-up is one of many exam blunders in Eastern Cape, report reveals
WATCH | What it’ll take to stem the Moz insurgency tide
Maputo has vowed to protect the gas project in Cabo Delgado. But if it fails, private guns could be brought in
Fat-shamer in the fire: ‘Oompa Loompas’ want to kill me, wails gym bunny
He’s stunned by reaction to tirade against ‘overweight hippos’, but clams up about his firm’s disciplinary process
Got any vuil mugs floating around? You could find fungal fame
Mycologists are studying moulds and fungi flourishing in unaired offices, labs and warehouses, and they want yours
Covid-19 lockdown a disaster for children’s growth as poverty deepens
With nutrition being vital in the first 1,000 days of life, SA looks doomed to a generation of under-developed children
EDITORIAL | Apology from fat-shamer a mere plaster on a deep cut
Sorries always flow freely when one’s pocket is threatened, but Facebook users are biting back
It’ll take more than education to get the demons out of LeBron’s chalk dust
In a world devoid of facts and filled with beliefs, there are no lessons from history. Ridicule won’t help either
My glamorous New York life has become a rotten apple
Anyone who can flee is doing so as, hit by riots, poverty and lawlessness, the city spirals out of control
Man Covid-positive after 14 days’ isolation: is 2-week quarantine enough?
Could the incubation period for the coronavirus be longer than what we think?
Rest in power: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Supreme Court justice and a cult hero
A champion of progressive causes, she became a cultural phenomenon and heroine in her 80s
Silver lining for silver screen, but theatres, concerts still seeing red
Cinemas are open for business, but some theatres remain closed and big concerts are a long way off
Will art fairs and galleries cede power to the social-media artist?
As art goes online, it remains to be seen whether old-school sellers will lose out to digital platforms
What a king-size waste: why the fall of E Cape rugby hurts so bad
Monde Tabata put everything on the line, but it has been in vain as Southern Kings flounder into insignificance
Liverpool’s Mane man klaps Klopp’s first impression
The team manager thought the Senegalese would be too much trouble to tame, but he has become the perfect striker