Saturday, March 5 2022
Set those freezing Berserkers on fire before they run amok
A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd
My 162 days of kidnap hell in shackles and sweltering car boots
‘We need you for 30 minutes’ turns into 162 days of cat and mouse as Durban woman’s hostage ordeal plays out
It can never be as good as the book. Except sometimes
A number of TV shows are proving to be the exception to this groaner, among them ‘Sweet Magnolias’ and ‘Bridgerton’
It’s time Saru blew the final whistle on Jurie Roux matter
In December he was ordered to pay back R37m to Stellenbosch University, yet Saru is yet to take a position
The flip-flopping ANC has a lot to be grateful to Russia for
It was Moscow that taught its cadres how to deftly practise capitalism under the hooded veil of communism
Pay attention Africa: how Ukraine war could influence food supplies
Given its dependency on grain imports, a significant amount being from Ukraine and Russia, continent has reason to worry
If Bush lied and people died, why trust the West with the truth?
Yes, RT may be a propaganda machine, but we cannot afford to be stuck with a one-sided narrative
This is not a video game, RET brigade. We will all suffer
Putin attacked Ukraine, yet sadly the faction is cheering him on. Does it not realise there are no winners in war?
Remember when we couldn’t buy short pants or ciggies?
COVID AFTER TWO YEARS: Since the first SA case a lot has happened. Some good, some bad and some just bizarre
From black belts and tutus to jets and OnlyFans, Russia is out in the cold
Sanctions against the country range from economic restrictions to cultural boycotts
All that’s left for Soweto derby fans is bragging rights
With neither Chiefs nor Pirates challenging for the league, a spectacle with goals and a winner would be great