Big boys do cry. But we’d rather they wept at the things that touch the rest of us, says Vivian Attwood.
Patrons at a fast food restaurant in eManzimtoti couldn’t believe their eyes when two-time Oscar winner Sean Penn walked in.
Durban ratepayers look set to fork out nearly R40 million this year for private security to protect a handful of city councillors.
eThekwini’s hefty security price tag
Famous faces score at the polls
Child rape ‘against my faith’
Paralysed ex-Shark becomes a dad
Tycoon sues plush KZN golf estate
Wenger’s big gamble yields results
Arsene Wenger took a risk by picking Arsenal’s old guard against West Ham United - but it paid off nicely.
Munyai to challenge unbeaten Quigg
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Jamaican doping case flawed: CAS
Pliskova makes solid start in Malaysi ...
Boston police quiz man over backpacks
Hundreds of people were evacuated in Boston after two backpacks were found near the scene of the 2013 bombings.
Women ‘beaten and burned by captor’
Tusk’s daughter threatened over jet c ...
Gratitude, defiance at Boston memoria ...
FBI leak probe shuts down 9/11 trial
Men who play the crying game
Here’s what Zuma should do
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