Sport

Proteas need some hard chats — Dean Elgar

With the Proteas coming off their worst ever season since re-admission into international cricket almost three decades ago‚ experienced left-handed opening batsman Dean Elgar ...

News

R73bn needed to fix Eastern Cape schools and toilets

The Eastern Cape education department needs R73.1bn to build new schools and renovate crumbling ones and toilets. However, it will not be able to ...

News

One of 39 Eastern Cape municipalities earned a clean audit

Co-operative governance & traditional affairs MEC Xolile Nqatha has painted a bleak picture of most municipalities in the Eastern Cape, saying their ...

Sport

Zungu's club takes French league to court over ...

Relegated Amiens, for which Bafana Bafana star Bongani Zulu plays, on Tuesday joined Lyon in saying they would challenge the decision to end the Ligue 1 season early before the council of state, France’s highest administrative court. The club ...
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Advocates slam judges for obstructing lockdown ...

SA’s advocates have accused some of the country’s high court judges of being weak and even obstructive in the face of efforts to keep the courts operational during the Covid-19 pandemic. The advocates have raised serious concerns that restrictions ...
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Retired prison boss in dock for Qumbu killings

A retired prison boss and his son are among five men charged with the murder of four Qumbu youths. Retired Mthatha ...

Opinion

Modelling is no silver ball, we still need to work out what to do ourselves

Epidemiological models do not analyse how best to prevent infections but to anticipate the need for health-care ...

News

Disgraced former East London attorney still blocks RAF payment to disabled man 12 years on

Former East London attorney Lindile Nompozolo, who 12 years ago took a R1m Road Accident Fund payout meant for a ...

Opinion

Lift your denialist leg at the virus, but keep your distance

Those who believe the conspiracy theories will be wandering — and coughing — among us

Opinion

Onus is on business to ensure there isn’t a rapid rise in Covid cases

There is a need for extra caution because South Africa is relaxing its lockdown at a time when the virus spreads more ...

Business

Mines’ readiness for Covid-19 offer scary glimpse of what could lie ahead

Sibanye-Stillwater, the largest employer in SA, has converted old hostels at its platinum mines so that there is ...

Opinion

Get used to people coughing stupid conspiracy theories all over you

We are entering a world in which wilful ignorance and childlike solipsism will be smeared across shared spaces

Business

Limited air travel will not save airlines, says industry body

The easing of the lockdown regulations to allow for limited air travel will do little to save struggling airlines, ...

Opinion

Monetary policy committee wimps out in the face of depression

If there were any doubts that the SA Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee must fall, last week’s feeble response to ...

Opinion

It will take a village to send our children back to school

Let’s stop complaining about empty promises and roll up our sleeves to help our kids get back into classrooms

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