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2 days ago
Trump’s Alt-Right coming to SA
Trump’s Alt-Right coming to SA
Opinion

The country has emerged as a primary target in the White House’s global offensive against Western liberal culture, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

2 days ago
Fearful residents batten down the hatches for #Dineo's arrival
Fearful residents batten down the hatches for #Dineo's arrival
Limpopo

As Tropical Storm Dineo hit parts of the country, residents of Hazyview in Mpumalanga expressed their concern about the damage it could inflict.

2 days ago
Rabbi builds ARK of kindness
Rabbi builds ARK of kindness
Gauteng

Motivated to change the world's energy, Rabbi David Masinter started the Acts of Random Kindness campaign to get people to increase acts of goodness.

3 days ago
Chikane to take Samwu to court over slander
Chikane to take Samwu to court over slander
Crime & Courts

Reverend Frank Chikane is set to take legal action against Samwu after he and his wife were accused of benefiting from a tender from the CSIR.

3 days ago
Slain man had links to criminal underworld
Slain man had links to criminal underworld
Crime & Courts

Raymond 'Razor' Barras who was shot dead outside his Johannesburg home allegedly had links to the criminal underworld.

3 days ago
ANC calls Mashaba’s rule ‘Trump-like’
ANC calls Mashaba’s rule ‘Trump-like’
Politics

ANC greater-Joburg spokesperson Jolidee Matongo has called on DA councillors to resist mayor Herman Mashaba’s “Trump-like ...

3 days ago
National minimum wage is a good start
National minimum wage is a good start
Opinion

While the figure of R20 an hour falls short of Cosatu’s proposed figure, it offers workers a decent starting salary base, writes Bheki Ntshalintshali.

3 days ago
National minimum wage is morally wrong
National minimum wage is morally wrong
Opinion

The national minimum wage cruelly mocks the millions who might have had jobs were they not priced out of the labour market, says Jasson Urbach.

3 days ago
'Psychiatric patients deaths must be probed across SA'
'Psychiatric patients deaths must be probed across SA'
Politics

The investigation into the death of at least 100 psychiatric patients should be extended to all provinces, MPs have urged.