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Too many carbs in SA politics: Hartley

South African politics needs to go on the “Noakes diet” and become more meaty, Times Media editor-at-larg...

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Eskom eyes Muslim investors to plug R225bn gap

Eskom may tap a growing Muslim investor base to plug a R225 billion funding shortfall.

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Fifa exec’s ordered to return watches

Fifa executive committee members have been told to return watches, which were handed out as gifts by the Brazilian F...

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How children made Stonehenge treasure

The artefacts were crafted nearly 4 000 years ago, 1 000 years before the invention of the magnifying glass. [VIDEO]<...

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Casino expansion ‘gambling on lives’

Opponents of gambling have slammed a R1.8 billion plan to double the size of the Suncoast casino.

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Rand hits 7-month low as Marcus exits

South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar, falling to a 7-month low after respected Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus said she would not ...

Rand hits 7-month low as Marcus exits

South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar, falling to a 7-month low after respected Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus said she would not ...

S&P hits record on Fed support

US stocks were rising, with the S&P 500 hitting a record high a day after the US Federal Reserve renewed its commitment to keeping interes ...

Ross to lead Bulls against Sharks

Blue Bulls eighthman Jono Ross will will captain the side in place of the suspended Deon Stegmann in their Currie Cup clash against the Sharks ...

Pakistan can win WC without Ajmal

Batting legend Javed Miandad said Pakistan could still win next year's World Cup even if spinner Saeed Ajmal remained suspended.

Compact cameras turn to selfies

Digital camera sales have dropped after losing out to smartphones, but manufacturers hope to regain market share by offering improvements.