Wednesday, August 4 2021
ANALYSIS | Cyril set to reward allies, and give one big shock, in reshuffle
Insiders say several heads are about to roll, but not the one that everyone expected
SA should insist the UK changes its ludicrous Covid travel curbs
South Africans are subjected to nonsensical, patronising, glaringly political restrictions that are hurting our economy
SA urgently needs a decisive answer to the BIG question
Can we afford for government to dither on social grants when so many in our country are going hungry?
LISTEN | Good life pays off as retired doctor, 89, volunteers to give jabs
Octogenarian, who hung up his stethoscope in 2009, elected to help at vaccine centre as soon as he heard about it
Phoenix rises from the ashes to try and heal racial rift
Moral regeneration and social cohesion campaign by KZN government and civil society strives to restore stability
OBITUARY | ‘Train lady’ Nerina Skuy was the Apple of Gqeberha’s eye
Nerina Skuy blazed a trail for local locomotive enthusiasts, reviving the popular Apple Express in the Eastern Cape
Local election lies in ConCourt’s hands as SA wades into ‘uncharted waters’
Cogta minister gazettes October 27 as the date for local government poll, but apex court’s decision may change that
EDITORIAL | Schools must go the distance before they reach full capacity
The drive to bring back all primary school pupils should not be done at all costs
Municipalities pivotal in rebuilding SA. Here’s how they can do their bit
The ripple effects from recent unrest will be far-reaching. This is how we can overcome them, starting at local level
Should Eskom step on the gas or wait for greener alternatives to coal?
To many analysts, the fuel looks to be SA’s easiest answer as it sets out to decommission ageing power stations
UK’s labour crisis a result of pandemic and post-Brexit double whammy
Chronic shortage of workers due to self isolation is masking the challenge for firms struggling to recruit after Brexit
Scramble for booming delivery market is the order of the day
Can these companies, many of which are just starting out, sustainably turn a profit?
So what’s really going on in and on Kim Jong Un’s head?
The North Korean leader, in a difficult spot, but not re-entering nuclear talks, is now sporting a bandage
Sculpted garden grows out of the wilderness within
Dylan Lewis has created a landscape full of beauty bridging the wild and the tame and bringing artists together
Earbuds or earpods? The difference is music to your ears
Sibusiso Mkwanazi compares the Taotronics Sound Liberty 79 earpods to the Sound Liberty 92 earbuds
Beethoven’s Sonatina in F Major? No problem for this pint-sized prodigy
Brigitte Xie started learning piano via Zoom in lockdown. Now she is set for Carnegie Hall and she’s all of four
Has SA’s hurdling glory in been gooied into the history books?
For years SA had a host of top-notch 400m athletes, but this year in Tokyo it was all down to one man
On a tough day, Blignaut’s best shot puts a rare smile on Team SA’s face
As our athletes tumbled in Tokyo, Kyle Blignaut ran circles to turn things around and qualify for the men’s final