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Karoo fossil globe-trots for forensic analysis
Karoo fossil globe-trots for forensic analysis
News

H.tucki reveals a myriad secrets to scientists.

8h
Cellphone users dial up billions for African economy
Cellphone users dial up billions for African economy
News

New opportunities for consumers and businesses.

8h
Solar plane makes aviation history
Solar plane makes aviation history
News

Solar Impulse 2 lands in Abu Dhabi after fuel-free round-the-globe trip.

9h
Trends show the murder rate has declined
Trends show the murder rate has declined
News

Facts show South Africa has not become more violent since democracy, write Anine Kriegler and Mark Shaw.

9h
Destructive rhetoric sounds alarm
Destructive rhetoric sounds alarm
Opinion

SA is vulnerable to manipulative politicking, which exploits fear and polarises the electorate with talk of victimisation, racism and revenge.

9h
Worrying signs in lead-up to local poll
Worrying signs in lead-up to local poll
Opinion

Should South Africa be concerned about election violence as daily protests intensify, ask Ciara Aucoin and Jakkie Cilliers.

9h
Depression on the rise among South Africans
Depression on the rise among South Africans
Lifestyle

Why are we so depressed? And are antidepressants the answer? HELEN GRANGE takes a closer look at the issue.

10h
Elections: a week to go
Elections: a week to go
Opinion

This time next week, South Africans will vote at the country's 22 612 polling stations for their metro, town or district councils.

10h
Zero percent growth predicted
Zero percent growth predicted
Opinion

South Africa can expect zero growth this year. Its problems are largely home-made, says Lumkile Mondi.

10h
'Restore dignity of Adams College'
'Restore dignity of Adams College'
News

Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma challenges provincial government, eThekwini Municipality and the Arts and Culture Department to commit ...

10h
Sweeping changes to student loans
Sweeping changes to student loans
News

New system set to speed up fund allocation.

10h
#MillionComforts cracks 3 million mark
#MillionComforts cracks 3 million mark
News

In just six weeks, the #MillionComforts campaign has brought in the targeted total of 3 million sanitary pads, all of which ...

10h
Ingula power station fires up
Ingula power station fires up
News

The newly built Ingula power station in KwaZulu-Natal is expected to stabilise SA’s electricity supply.

17h
SABC four blocked from entering workplace
SABC four blocked from entering workplace
News

The four SABC journalists who were reinstated by the Labour Court arrived at work in high spirits only to be refused entry.

17h
Chatsworth woman’s body found
Chatsworth woman’s body found
News

Priscilla Pillay went missing after she was swept away from her car when a stream near Silverglen Drive broke its banks.