Daily Archives: July 18, 2013
As birthday messages came flooding in from all corners of the world, former president Nelson Mandela, surrounded by close family, celebrated not only his 95th birthday but also a remarkable improvement in his health.
On the day the world celebrated Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday, his grandson, Mandla, was back in court fighting over where the icon’s children should be buried.
Bethlehem squatter Willie Naude did not live to occupy the house President Jacob Zuma promised him and his wife, Anneline.
Charles Lautenbach has laboured on the mines, worked in Antarctica, designed a world-renowned procedure for treating bone infections and, at almost 81, still practises medicine.
Sometimes South Africans can be downright onbeskof or tjatjarag. But Courtenay Carey has been courteous enough to start The South African School of Etiquette to change all that.
The Pretoria High Court has dismissed an application for an order that would compel the state to fund legal representation for the victims of the Marikana shootings.
Eastern Cape-born director Jahmil XT Qubeka’s second film, "Of Good Report", is a powerful and perfect piece about an obsessive predator.
There is a confidence, economy and enjoyability to "Bad Monkey" that give the impression of a writer back in love with his franchise.
Shocking new allegations against the police’s crime intelligence division have emerged from sensitive documents disclosed in the Labour Court.
Federation stands to lose millions of rands as Amcu gains members from mineworkers’ union.
The Eastern Cape education department might have to forfeit assets if it does not pay them soon
Victory for Ernie Els at last year’s Open Championship supplied proof that the South African’s aspirations have not been blunted by middle age.
Most economists try not to rock the boat; here are some of the facts.
Two new crime thrillers, both set in police states, show how the enemy of the rule of law is very often the state itself.