Monday, 11 Dec 2017
If Ramaphosa were to become the president, he would certainly have to bring to an end the frivolous litigation that government, particularly Zuma's executive, has embarked on, writes Ralph Mathekga.
The "unity" ticket is being used to co-opt those with a sense of ethics into the company of those who are ethically compromised so that they could all look the same, writes Mashupye Maserumule.
Rape is a traumatic experience and we have read about many cases where the victims block it out completely. When a woman does come out, we shouldn't act like a mob that condemns her, writes Mbuyiselo Botha.
The Integrated Resource Plan outlined by Energy Minister David Mahlobo shows a reckless populism in energy decision-making by government as the Zuma period draws to an end, says Chris Yelland.
The deadline for President Jacob Zuma to submit his fresh representations to the NPA on corruption charges against him has been extended to the end of January.
The New York Police Department is responding to a report of an explosion near Times Square.
A pregnant woman has died of the foodborne illness listeriosis, the Gauteng Department of Health says.
The two men accused of killing a 16-year-old in Coligny, after he was caught allegedly stealing sunflowers, will go on trial in March next year.
The JSE has reiterated that it won't halt trading in Steinhoff shares, but says it is investigating the firm to determine if it has breached its listing requirements.
Convince any guest your home is the place to be this festive season.
Could there be a way to drink away the fat?
The City of Cape Town will introduce Level 6 water restrictions in January and it's time to follow this water wise beauty trend.
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