Saturday, November 28 2020

The Eclectic Weekend

12 GREAT READS FROM THIS WEEK'S SUNDAY TIMES DAILY CURATED FOR YOU

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How children found their voices on air during the pandemic

RX Radio has given children the opportunity to voice their opinions and understand others

By Luzuko Sonkapu
7 min read
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Dismay as yet another matric paper is leaked shortly before exam

As Hawks probe earlier maths paper leak, science tutor gets angry calls from pupils for his whistle-blowing

Prega Govender
Journalist
3 min read
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‘Any truck is fair game’: Terror as rampant attacks leave one driver dead

Industry leaders say government has ‘no political will’ to solve the problem, with 30 trucks attacked last week alone

Orrin Singh
Reporter
3 min read
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Ramaphosa faces his first motion of no confidence in parliament

New dawn has become a nightmare, says ‘faith-based’ ATM party that has brought the motion

Andisiwe Makinana
Political correspondent
2 min read
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Trump, Zuma are peas in a pod, reducing the US and SA to banana republics

Both wage war on truth and undermine their citizens, determined to evade justice and recapture the state

4 min read
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Woolies’ mammoth task: meet the workers helping to fight plastic

A feel-good story of job satisfaction, reduction of plastic waste and, most importantly, preserving livelihoods

Wendy Knowler
Consumer journalist
4 min read
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A pear-shaped production of billboard proportions, but it is the ANC

Renash Ramdas has reaped a R100m reward because a party conehead thought R3,000 a poster was pennies

Tom Eaton
Columnist
2 min read
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State’s lack of action on 5G is ruining SA’s economy

While the world – and African countries with fewer resources than us – leap into the digital future, SA slumbers

Caiphus Kgosana
Executive editor: opinions and analysis
4 min read
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I ask you on bended knee, why are we still having this discussion?

Why are we still having a debate over the taking of the knee when other countries are proactive with this matter?

Khanyiso Tshwaku
Sports reporter
3 min read
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Dormant Boks on top and staying put thanks to quirky ranking system

Despite not having played since last year’s Rugby World Cup final, SA are still the world’s top-ranked team

Liam Del Carme
Sports reporter
3 min read
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In SA, as in Poland, the Bolsheviks rule, not the democrats

The country is masquerading as a democracy, so don’t think comradeship, cadre deployment and failure odd

Tony Leon
Columnist
5 min read
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If you have the Gaul to play on words, go to Asterix for the Covid basix

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot
Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
3 min read

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