Saturday, July 24 2021
Never forget the people in plush houses who tried to plunge SA into war
Bravo, SA heroes, but be watchful because it’s not over until the instigators who feel zero for the poor are booked
Public trust gone: look what happened while Cyril played his ‘long game’
The social contract between state and citizenry has been broken, the long-term consequence of failing to act timeously
Was it a coup attempt? Did she or didn’t she? Did he or didn’t he?
The confusion emanating from SA’s security forces after last week’s mayhem is a threat to our democracy
My peaceful village caught the spark of violence. Why?
The violence and destruction that accompanied the protests and looting unfortunately reflect the mood of the country
Insurgency? Insurrection? Whatever it was, it was revolting
A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd
Can someone please tell us why DD is clowning around in Russia?
If Mabuza was poisoned, he would have recovered by now, so why does he keep nipping off to that country, of all places?
Roger and out: Bezos’s 10 minutes of flame was a last blast for capitalism
Billionaire straps himself to a rocket to give humanity a chance of surviving the banality of life in the internet age
Fashion school: Pyer Moss reinvents black history on the runway
For its debut show, the house gives credit to African American inventors of everyday objects we take for granted
Margaret Mitchell, Leo Tolstoy, Marian Keyes or DIY?
It’s a tough one, but which book would you bag if asked to choose? And please don’t say the latter
Emmys: predictable as ever, even though it doesn’t seem so at first glance
Voters have followed the path well-trodden, but at least they are getting diversity right