Friday, September 3 2021
How the mighty ANC has fallen. Once it led, now it follows
It either has stopped caring for its employees, or, worse, has no clue how to gnaw its way out of its troubles
SA can learn lessons from China, but let’s make sure they’re the right ones
We fixate on the first-world parts of our economy, whereas it’s in the informal sector that growth potential really lies
PODCAST | Unpacking the ANC’s electoral candidate crisis and poverty in SA
Join Mike Siluma and the rest of the Sunday Times Politics Weekly team as it addresses these issues
Burying 20 or 50 people a day is not OK, says Africa CDC head
The majority of African countries, which rely on donations, will miss the target for vaccinating their most vulnerable
Secret ballot for parliamentary vote on judge John Hlophe’s impeachment?
Speaker to consider the proposal, which some say would be unconstitutional
How the R350 special relief grant is restoring a sense of dignity in SA
Some recipients are using the money for food, while others are spending the money on education and job-hunting
Fury as Knysna seeks hunter to deal with baboons forced into posh suburb
Municipality assures residents it isn’t planning a cull, but opponents point out the problem is entirely humans’ fault
EDITORIAL | We accept doctors’ advice, so why not that of scientists?
We owe experts gratitude for their work to contain Covid-19 and we should give it to them by getting vaccinated
I spy with my little eye something beginning with C ... China? Codswallop?
If China were to spy on us, what on Earth would they be after, besides learning how not to run a country?
Food prices set to soar as the world runs short of workers
The massive global labour shortfall is not only curbing supplies but also pushing food prices up
US shot down advice on Afghanistan and didn’t learn from Iraq
Since 2010 US Congress creation Sigar has been voicing concerns about the country’s role there. Now it’s too late
Fears and jeers as Texas enacts brutal new anti-abortion law
Some doctors were in tears as they helped women terminate their pregnancies before the clock struck midnight
If truth be told, you might want to trade the Cold War for modern love
Five things to stream this weekend
‘Today we lost a part of Greece’s soul’: ‘Zorba the Greek’ composer dies
Mikis Theodorakis, who used his music to foster political awareness and was tortured for doing so, has died aged 96
Bok brotherhood is stronger than Super Rugby preparation
The Springboks proved in the Lions series that lack of preparation time will not affect their performances on the field
Verstappen’s Orange Army ready to party at Zandvoort
The last Dutch Grand Prix was held back in 1985, won by Niki Lauda in a McLaren