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How did father of three, Mthokozisi Ntumba, die?
Our bet is that Zuma will find a way to backpedal and testify before the Zondo Commission after all.
but what will it cost us?
Plus: A shot of hope as SA’s vaccines land.
Individual summaries on key news items, thoroughly researched and fact-checked.
Remember those first Zoom meetings when you made an effort with your appearance? Ha. It wasn’t long before most of us started pitching up to
Speaking of SA judges, there are two vacancies in the Constitutional Court. This is one of our most respected institutions that has repeatedly kept us
It’s been one of those long-running sagas: Back in 2008, Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe was accused of approaching two of SA’s top judges,
If you’ve heard the latest news, you’re probably worried that SA has paused the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This after six women
In a regressive move, 51% of Swiss voters favoured a ban on face coverings, aimed at Muslim women in public, the BBC reported. This comes
It’s not all good news on the energy front. The job of Eskom CEO remains one of the toughest in SA. The man previously in
Artists say the industry was badly funded even before Covid-19.
Angola’s decision is a move in the right direction, researchers say.
You may have heard that South Africa has been “downgraded”. Again? Yup. There are three major rating agencies in the world. These are the names
s Malema really angry about the injustices he sees around him, or is it
As the DA heads to its elective conference this weekend, we explain how the party went from aspiring to be one for all South Africans, which grew through clear focus and planning, to one which is bleeding votes.
The Fairview saga provides a useful example of how careless reporting, that is mirrored by other media without first-hand verification, along with flames fanned on social media, can inflame racial tensions.
In-depth takes on key topics, with the breadth that is often missing in daily reports.
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