Thursday, July 15 2021
Poverty is not to blame for looting, a lack of values is
The breakdown of norms, rules and values happens at home and at school. Reversing it starts with us
SA in flames: spontaneous outbreak or insurrection?
Many reasons have been proffered for this week’s events. What evidence is there of organisers behind the scenes?
The trusted, time-tested warriors beating back against looters: grannies
Grandmothers exploit their vantage point to help save SA from the rampage
Diepsloot residents launch door-to-door campaign to recover looted items
‘We are saying no to the barbaric behaviour of looting,’ warns Diepsloot Residents’ Association
‘We can’t suffer because of foolishness’: Kasi Brothers defy looters
The group banded together when they heard the early rumbles of anarchy in their township
We’ve united in the best of times. Now we’re uniting in the worst of times
After some dark and harrowing days, the community spirit that has risen from the embers has been heartwarming
We know little, but we do know the ANC is desperate to cling to power
Consider this before concluding this week’s mayhem is a result of poverty, factionalism, caution or a third force
Bill and Hillary are blowing out thrillers, but who will do the best job?
Former US president Clinton has a ‘big, fast’ book on the shelves, but will his wife trump him at the tills?
He never gave up: man reunited with kidnapped son after 24-year search
Guo Gangtang’s son found after ministry of public security launched a nationwide campaign to solve cold cases
All jabber and no jabbing: rich nations fail the vax cooperation test
Solidarity is not just some kumbaya talk, report by London think-thank stresses
EU sets itself a huge target with a radical climate plan
The multilateral strategy will propel the bloc far ahead of other major economies with net-zero goals
Cruising for a bruising: large liners banned from Venice lagoon
In an effort to protect Venice from over-tourism, the Italian cabinet has approved legislation to ban large cruise ships
How space-junkie billionaires are taking fashion to new heights
Branson has Under Armour on board for spacesuits, Bezos is going casual and Musk has Hollywood big gun on call
All eyes were on rhinestones and now pearls are on all eyes
The reign of Euphoria’s makeup trick may be coming to an end as a new gem for embellishments takes over
We’re in Champions League final through hard work: Njabulo Blom
The 21-year-old midfielder has blossomed for the Amakhosi en route to Saturday’s final against Al Ahly
F1 Sprint debuts as Silverstone welcomes back the fans
There will be a maximum 29 points up for grabs this weekend at the British Grand Prix in new format