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Duties in the danger zone
Duties in the danger zone
Saturday Star

Good Cop, Bad Cop is Andrew Brown's personal account of the perilous and often conflicting work of an SAPS officer. Here's an extract...

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Being a web target isn't such a bad thing
Being a web target isn't such a bad thing
Saturday Star

It’s every company’s responsibility to ensure that any customer data that is collected is used ethically and correctly, writes Wynand Smit.

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OPINION: Zuma-ites bringing House down
OPINION: Zuma-ites bringing House down
Saturday Star

The ANC is reeling from its election humiliation and is unable to muster even a semblance of unity or purpose, writes Craig Dodds.

14 days ago
SA is ‘terrorist’ transit point
SA is ‘terrorist’ transit point
Saturday Star

It is clear that radicalisation of prospective terrorists is taking place in the country, writes Albertus Schoeman.

28 days ago
Why we hate new stuff
Why we hate new stuff
Saturday Star

The past 600 years of human history help explain why we often oppose new technologies, writes Steven Overly.

28 days ago
Trappings of life with an alcoholic
Trappings of life with an alcoholic
Saturday Star

Sam Scarborough's Trapped is the true story of a strong, independent woman’s descent into abuse, and how she eventually escaped.

41 days ago
A nerve-racking cocktail
A nerve-racking cocktail
News

One of Madiba's greatest comrades Laloo 'Isu" Chiba tells Janet Smith about the torture he endured at the hands of police ...

18 June 2016, 4:29pm
'Protesters are SA's unheard'
'Protesters are SA's unheard'
Opinion

The increase in violent protests points to a bigger question about the quality of South Africa’s democracy, writes Craig Dodds.

28 May 2016, 4:04pm
School sexuality education needs an overhaul
School sexuality education needs an overhaul
Saturday Star

“Sex is dangerous and damaging. Men are predators. Women are victims. Only heterosexuality is acceptable.”

28 May 2016, 3:59pm
Germ of racism a recurring evil
Germ of racism a recurring evil
Saturday Star

Blandishments of Rainbow Nation don’t touch sides, writes Malcom Ray.

28 May 2016, 3:58pm
When reality eventually arrives...
When reality eventually arrives...
Saturday Star

One of the most precious things about being young is the feeling that you're immortal. Death happens to other people, writes Brendan Seery.

21 May 2016, 4:19pm
State was captured before Guptas landed
State was captured before Guptas landed
Saturday Star

The truth is that the Gupta family have not captured the state.

7 May 2016, 3:34pm
Gang violence bares the truth of lost generation
Gang violence bares the truth of lost generation
Saturday Star

“Beautiful” Cape Town is also one of the world's deadliest cities, writes Kevin Ritchie.

30 April 2016, 3:08pm
Brown changes the signals
Brown changes the signals
Opinion

Minister spells out plan to create fairer business terrain, writes Craig Dodds

30 April 2016, 2:25pm
When will the ANC let go of the Zuma balloon?
When will the ANC let go of the Zuma balloon?
Opinion

While recalling President Zuma could cost the ANC dearly at the polls in August, hanging on to him may be even more risky, writes Andrew Donaldson.