Tuesday, April 6 2021

THE BIG ISSUES

LEADING THE AGENDA

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With virtually the same policies, these SA politicians should have tea

Mashaba should be engaging with Maimane, Malema with Magashule, because SA needs a strong opposition

4 min read
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My fart belongs to Daddy: welcome to SA, land of rancid hot air

Christ Penelope has reminded us that every day there is someone breaking wind in our faces in some shape or form

Tom Eaton
Columnist
4 min read
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Suspended KZN regional court president’s 50 charges jump to 112

When his suspension was debated, Magistrates’ Commission said it was a matter of ‘national importance’

Matthew Savides
Night news editor
4 min read
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Post-Covid storylines are giving advertisers headaches

The SA Advertising Regulatory Board is not interested in clichés and when it comes to ads, art must imitate life

Wendy Knowler
Consumer journalist
5 min read

SMART NEWS

IN ONE TAKE

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Fancy spending a day in the life of Nelson Mandela? Come July, you can

A hotel in his former house is set to uphold his legacy, with guests able to sleep in his bedroom, work in his office

Graeme Hosken
Senior reporter
5 min read
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Gym bunnies go all out as Gauteng’s open spaces get busy

Fitness enthusiasts discover the outdoors anew in search of self-improvement and escape from lockdown

4 min read
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ANALYSIS | What’s in a name? Zim politics has a serious identity crisis

Zimbabwe is in limbo with no fewer than 122 vacancies in parliament and local government

By Lenin Ndebele
4 min read
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Despite robberies, gangs, drugs, teachers fight for their pupils’ futures

Coronationville Secondary School is reaping the rewards of a devoted teaching staff who go the extra mile

5 min read

IDEAS

FEEDING YOUR MIND

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We all drive Easter road carnage. Until we admit it, nothing will change

Government is ineffective at policing bad driving, the police take bribes and the rest of us don’t adhere to the rules

2 min read
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Why you should still care about the AstraZeneca vaccine

SA's million doses have been redistributed to 16 African countries. Was this a wise move? We look at the facts

Claire Keeton
Senior features writer
6 min read
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SA architect takes apart past legacies to make history in London

Once a misunderstood student, Sumayya Vally is the first South African to create the Serpentine Pavilion

5 min read

WORLD

THE NEWS YOU DON'T NORMALLY GET TO HEAR

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Eye on the world – April 6 2021

Six of the best pictures of the day

By Reuters
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Islamist terror in Moz: city takes in more refugees than it can handle

Pemba has seen its population swell by almost three quarters thanks to terrorist attacks and Cyclone Kenneth

By Emidio Jozine
3 min read
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Ho Hamza: Jordanian prince is having none of house arrest

The reason for the crackdown on Prince Hamza is unclear, but the army says he’s threatening security and stability

By Suleiman Al-Khalidi
1 min read
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Bold Boris in bid to boost Covid testing as he sets about reopening UK

The prime minister’s staggered plan comes on the back of a twice-a-week testing drive and months-long lockdown

By Kate Holton
2 min read
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Humans are playing Russian roulette with global public safety

China has banned trade in wildlife for human consumption, but medicinal wildlife farms are still allowed to operate

By David Stanway
2 min read

LIFE

EVERYTHING ELSE THAT MATTERS

A book of inspiring tales for SA sports lovers

A sporting chronicle, ‘They Made Headlines’ covers the most influential sporting moments of our nation

Liam Del Carme
Sports reporter
1 min read

First for NFT artists as SA gallery goes digital

Worldart is the first SA gallery to put up artwork for auction as non-fungible tokens

By Alexia Walker
2 min read

SPORT

FINISH LINE ESSENTIALS

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Man United boss Solskjaer hails improving Greenwood

Meanwhile, City’s Pep Guardiola says rotation is vital if his squad are to have any chance of a historic ‘quadruple’

By Reuters
2 min read
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Spieth gets back into the swing of things just in time for Masters

‘A lot of tough days’: Jordan Spieth ends long journey back to the winner’s circle in Texas

By Reuters
2 min read

CROSSWORDS

GIVE YOUR BRAIN SOME EXERCISE