Wednesday, October 20 2021
Poll chancers: politicians who make false promises must be punished
The IEC should look to deter those who disrespect voters by promising them a world they can’t deliver
ANALYSIS | Cyril wants us to forgive and forget. Well, he’s made his bed ...
On the campaign trail, the ANC president has stuck to the same script, even throwing in some humour
Zero tolerance for cheats: matric exam rules bring out the big stick
Parents, pupils will be required to sign an agreement that aims to make sure there isn’t a repeat of last year’s debacle
My actions weren’t those of someone with things to hide: Mkhize slams SIU
The former health minister has accused the unit of conducting an unlawful investigation into the Digital Vibes saga
Magistrate’s paid suspension ‘as lenient as her sentences for rapists’
A rapist father’s sentence was recently adjusted from five years to life imprisonment after it was sent on review
UK Covid spike serves as a warning to others. What went wrong?
Part of the answer seems to be the reopening in July, but that’s still too simplistic
Fatality risk is below 0.1%, so what set Colin Powell’s death apart?
The available data show that such deaths for fully vaccinated people are exceptionally rare
Thou doth protest too much, methinks: King Mswati III
Eswatini schools closed in response to pro-democracy demonstrations, less than four months after similar protests
Brain drain: Afghanistan set back decades as professional women flee
From judges to midwives, thousands have gone into reluctant exile, leaving an unfillable hole for those who remain
Isn’t it marvellous that Marvel’s making diversity eternal?
‘Eternals’, directed by ‘Nomadland’ Oscar-winner Chloe Zhao, boasts a diverse cast and Marvel’s first deaf role
It’s time to fashion a new future by letting nature redesign itself
Designer Vivienne Westwood is among those who shared ‘Letters to the Earth’ ahead of COP26
Bok coach names two uncapped players in UK tour squad
Jacques Nienaber has stuck to core Springbok group for Tests against Wales, Scotland and England
Next month’s Joburg Open tees off SA summer golf season
It will be the first of three Sunshine/European Tour events, including the SA Open and Alfred Dunhill Championship