Saturday, April 10 2021

The Eclectic Weekend

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

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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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This is why it was so wrong to call Maimane an ‘experiment’

It is an insult based on debunked prejudices that undermines the achievements of everyone across the SA spectrum

4 min read
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Why and how we should talk about race

We need a framework drawn from a constellation of contributions

By Yacoob Abba Omar
3 min read
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ANALYSIS | Factionalism will triumph, despite ANCYL task team’s unity vow

It hasn’t spared the women’s league or military vets' association, so why would it be different for the youth league?

Mawande AmaShabalala
Political journalist
3 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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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
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Is it just me or are Mormons suddenly everywhere?

A few years ago it was cults. Now it seems the world can’t get enough of Salt Lake City and its main religion

Jennifer Platt
Sunday Times Book Editor
3 min read

SA blends emerge from the shadows

Wine blends are thriving on new-found respect and some of the best loved wines are made of a range of varietals

By Michael Fridjhon
3 min read

Tashas looks to widen its horizons

After a successful foray into the UAE, it is now targeting other overseas markets

By Adele Shevel
10 min read
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SA fencer Nomvula Mbatha is en garde for a stab at her Olympic dream

The young woman is off to the Olympic zonal qualifiers in Cairo, Egypt, this month after a year of hard training

By Ofentse Ratsie
2 min read
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It’s becoming all too familiar after another series loss

The Proteas were in trouble long before Mark Boucher took over, but have they improved under him?

Liam Del Carme
Sports reporter
3 min read
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Impatient Mpengesi must be more Chippa with his coaches

Until the Chippa United owner stops hiring and firing at a rapid rate, he’ll never achieve anything at the club

Sazi Hadebe
Sports reporter
4 min read

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