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23 April 2016, 11:39am
Cell C boss flashy - but not sexist, say staff
Cell C boss flashy - but not sexist, say staff
Gauteng

Cell C boss Jose Dos Santos - in hot water because of his sexist remarks - is a flashy sort of guy who tells it as he sees ...

23 April 2016, 09:40am
Child-snatching hoax turns into a drag for cops
Child-snatching hoax turns into a drag for cops
Crime & Courts

A cross-dressing man played a bizarre hoax on Kameeldrift police who “wasted helicopter and car resources” to search for an “abducted” 3-year-old boy.

23 April 2016, 09:28am
No Zuma scolding for Nhleko
No Zuma scolding for Nhleko
Politics

President Zuma has omitted Minister Nathi Nhleko's name from the list of ministers to whom he has sent reprimand letters ...

23 April 2016, 09:15am
Sleuths hit back over Oscar bat-bashing theory
Sleuths hit back over Oscar bat-bashing theory
Crime & Courts

The authors of a book that pokes holes in Oscar Pistorius's testimony - and in the "illogical" State's case against him - ...

16 April 2016, 1:11pm
Sloppy system lets bad boys slip away
Sloppy system lets bad boys slip away
Crime & Courts

As Ronald and Darren Bobroff discovered, loopholes, bureaucracy and sloppy police are the recipe for an escape plan if you're skipping the country.

16 April 2016, 1:01pm
Mixed views on effect of import duty on bread prices
Mixed views on effect of import duty on bread prices
Business News

There has been speculation that the price of bread is expected to rise following the imposition of a higher duty on the imported price of wheat.

16 April 2016, 11:54am
Online Grade 1 registrations ‘illegal’
Online Grade 1 registrations ‘illegal’
Gauteng

The Federation of Association of Governing Bodies has demanded that the online school registration be stopped - because, they say, it is illegal.

16 April 2016, 10:32am
Zuma’s days are numbered, warns Maimane
Zuma’s days are numbered, warns Maimane
Politics

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has given President Jacob Zuma five days to reprimand ministers in government over the Nkandla saga.

16 April 2016, 09:15am
ANC rebukes judge for ‘ethical’ speech
ANC rebukes judge for ‘ethical’ speech
Politics

The ANC has criticised Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng for commenting on the ConCourt judgment outside the recent official ...

9 April 2016, 3:48pm
SAA's serving angels of mercy
SAA's serving angels of mercy
Gauteng

Sameer Naik finds out that SAA’s cabin crew "do far more than just serve food and drinks. They are actually lifesavers on board."

9 April 2016, 12:11pm
Zuma worth a laugh and a buck
Zuma worth a laugh and a buck
South Africa

Could Jacob Zuma be a force for good? Ryan Smit certainly thinks so with his campaign with a twist calling on South Africans ...

9 April 2016, 09:28am
PICS: Slaughterhouse horror in township
PICS: Slaughterhouse horror in township
Crime & Courts

Neighbours discovered the bodies of an Ethiopian woman and her three children in their home.

9 April 2016, 09:11am
GO, clerics urge Zuma
GO, clerics urge Zuma
Politics

President Zuma's decision to remain head of state is hurting SA and he should step down.

2 April 2016, 4:58pm
Something is rotten in the state of SA
Something is rotten in the state of SA
Saturday Star

Two reports show the government is failing on many fronts to safeguard the rights of ordinary people, writes Janet Smith.

2 April 2016, 12:35pm
Mahlangu: I am not ready to face the public
Mahlangu: I am not ready to face the public
Crime & Courts

The bizarre disappearance of student activist Vusi Mahlangu continues to be shrouded in mystery although he released a statement ...