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12 March 2016, 3:54pm
Chilling memories of Hani's slaying return
Chilling memories of Hani's slaying return
Saturday Star

An excerpt from the biography Hani: A Life Too Short by journalists Janet Smith and Beauregard Tromp revisits the murder ...

12 March 2016, 1:10pm
Minister in power play for control of SABC board
Minister in power play for control of SABC board
Companies

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has tabled a bill that seeks to give her the powers to appoint and remove members of the SABC board.

12 March 2016, 10:31am
Moody’s: Gordhan offers hope
Moody’s: Gordhan offers hope
Business News

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has said he was “hopeful” the country could avoid a credit rating downgrade when rating agency ...

5 March 2016, 4:08pm
Inside the longest war in SA’s history
Inside the longest war in SA’s history
Saturday Star

Umkhonto we Sizwe: The ANC’s Armed Struggle is the first in-depth look into the longest ever insurgency in South African history.

5 March 2016, 3:58pm
What urban S Africans think of tap water
What urban S Africans think of tap water
South Africa

South Africans living in urban areas believe their tap water is now safer to drink than it was four years ago, according to a study.

5 March 2016, 3:58pm
SA's future could be written in the stars
SA's future could be written in the stars
Gauteng

Top theoretical physicists Amanda Weltman want to make South Africa the centre of the mathematical universe.

5 March 2016, 12:53pm
Guptas not leaving South Africa
Guptas not leaving South Africa
Politics

The Gupta family vehemently denies reports that they're packing for Dubai.

5 March 2016, 11:53am
Govt owes municipalities R5.4bn for water
Govt owes municipalities R5.4bn for water
Politics

The government owes municipalities a phenomenal R5.4 billion for unpaid water services, Salga chairman Thabo Manyoni said.

5 March 2016, 11:39am
The people govern, Mantashe told
The people govern, Mantashe told
Politics

I don’t want to hear anything from you and the ANC, a taxi marshal told Gwede Mantashe during a walkabout in Joburg’s Bree Street.

5 March 2016, 10:17am
Surrogacy laws fail some SA parents
Surrogacy laws fail some SA parents
South Africa

A Joburg couple desperate to be dads have joined the ranks of those criticising controversial legislation regarding surrogacy.

5 March 2016, 10:17am
Jamaican babe not ANC poster girl
Jamaican babe not ANC poster girl
Politics

Jamaican designer Errice Alicia is reportedly consulting with her lawyers to sue ANC for using her picture without her permission.

5 March 2016, 10:16am
Battle of streaming giants ups game for all
Battle of streaming giants ups game for all
Saturday Star

Analysts say it is too early to tell who is winning in the battle between Netflix and ShowMax.

27 February 2016, 4:27pm
Farmer prepares ground for ‘future shocks’
Farmer prepares ground for ‘future shocks’
Business News

“Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan needs to give us farmers R10bn so we can prepare for the future shocks that are coming.”

27 February 2016, 3:55pm
Dali's dream memorial under fire
Dali's dream memorial under fire
Gauteng

Dali Tambo’s dream of creating 400 life-size sculptures of Struggle heroes has come under fire for its potential effects on a pristine ridge system.

27 February 2016, 2:31pm
Cash-strapped TAC slashes staff
Cash-strapped TAC slashes staff
South Africa

The year has started off on a tough note for the Treatment Action Campaign, which confirmed it has had to slash staff by 40 percent.