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Zuma's secret deal with dictator 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

The biggest military setback suffered by democratic South Africa was the result of President Jacob Zuma breaking promises made during a secret back-room deal with Central African Republic dictator Fra...

Amateur hour at Gupta TV 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

A range of technical glitches and TV 101 errors have turned South Africa's latest 24-hour news channel into the talk of the town - for all the wrong reasons.

The tyrant's hasty exit 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

At 9.30am on Sunday March 24, the soldiers of François Bozizé's presidential guard still loyal to him gave him the news he never wanted to hear. Seleka rebels were swarming through the streets outside...

Town up in arms over water crisis 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

As is the case in many parts of South Africa, the lights often go out in Grahamstown.

Praying for a bridge when the rains come 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

The Lovu river in southern KwaZulu-Natal can turn from a gentle stream into a raging torrent after just a few cloudbursts.

'I still walk, I still eat, I still talk' 25 Aug 2013 | 05:19 am

"I'm a machine," said Joost van der Westhuizen this week. "I still walk, I still eat, I still talk. My quality of life is brilliant. Every morning and every night I'm grateful to be alive."

The first lady versus the domestic worker 18 Aug 2013 | 04:02 am

LAST week one of President Jacob Zuma's wives, Tobeka Madiba-Zuma, labelled a woman she had taken into her care as "disturbed".

Waiting for justice that they might never see 18 Aug 2013 | 04:02 am

Shattered LivesThokozani Qwabe was raped and killed because she was a lesbian. Six years on, her killers still walk free

Many a cross still to bear in Marikana 18 Aug 2013 | 04:02 am

THE landscape is the only thing that has changed in Marikana. Miners still demand a pay rise and residents of the informal settlement, Nkageng, are still without basic services.

SA trio fight for free ride into space 18 Aug 2013 | 04:02 am

MARK Shuttleworth paid $20-million (R200-million) to become the first African in space.

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