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9h
Putting America first may leave it last
Putting America first may leave it last

Only a powerful nation in decline would deem it necessary to turn inward, writes Margaret Lee.

9h
Hatred hastening America's Reichstag moment
Hatred hastening America's Reichstag moment

All that seems needed to push US over the edge is a singularly deadly attack on American soil for which Islamist militants ...

10h
Banks scandal: throw the book at the culprits
Banks scandal: throw the book at the culprits

The long-suffering consumer of banking services has reason to feel violated.

10h
It's untrue that diplomats abroad face expulsion for crimes
It's untrue that diplomats abroad face expulsion for crimes

In the majority of the cases the offences relate to contravening road traffic laws and in one case active participation in ...

11h
Mathews Phosa: This was my Damascus moment
Mathews Phosa: This was my Damascus moment

[BIG READ] I understand that these words will land me in the firing line. I know that I am not the only one who feels this way, writes Mathews Phosa.

11h
Park people work a hard day's night
Park people work a hard day's night

They sell themselves for as little as R50. They are the Great Unwashed, writes Don Makatile.

11h
Joburg's boulevard of broken dreams
Joburg's boulevard of broken dreams

Homeless and hopeless ... Joburg has a large and growing population living on the streets, writes Don Makatile.

27h
Zuma, Trump share anti-constitutional instincts
Zuma, Trump share anti-constitutional instincts

President Jacob Zuma would have been thrilled with the good old natter on the phone with President Donald Trump on Monday.

28h
New golden age for satire - just like 1930s Berlin
New golden age for satire - just like 1930s Berlin

It has been getting grim in the funny business, which we were reflecting at the French embassy’s reception to mark the opening of Parliament.