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Vodacom's fraudulent charges - the saga continues Vodacom's fraudulent charges - the saga continuesDate: 31/08/2018

Vodacom rejects, in the strongest possible terms, the inference that it seeks to share in the spoils of fraudulent activity...

SARS Naughty List SARS Naughty ListDate: 31/08/2018

Secret document reveals the billions owed in taxes and names the biggest defaulters. By Jack Lundin

A Modern Galileo? A Modern Galileo?Date: 09/04/2018

The backlash against Prof Tim Noakes’s ideas about nutrition is just the voice of vested self-interest argues Dr David Klatzow

Robbing the poor to make the rich richer Robbing the poor to make the rich richerDate: 26/03/2018

Billionaire Douw Steyn's 1 Life Insurance is tricking pensioners into paying their social grant money into policies ...

Knysna Fire: secret CSIR report bombshell Knysna Fire: secret CSIR report bombshellDate: 26/03/2018

A secret internal investigation by scientists at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research into the origin of the ...

KPMG: A history up for audit KPMG: A history up for auditDate: 30/01/2018

On several occasions over the years, Noseweek has noted KPMG's willingness - for a handsome fee to ...

The biggest ever get-rich-quick plan The biggest ever get-rich-quick planDate: 30/01/2018

Lucy Mangan, in the UK Guardian, describes Jacques Peretti's book Done, and the BBC documentary series that accompanied...

Kindred spirits cross a religious divide Kindred spirits cross a religious divideDate: 12/10/2017

A unique friendship is developing between Dr Taj Hargey, founder of Cape Town's Open Mosque in Wynberg, and Rabbi Greg...

You're drinking the wrong milk You're drinking the wrong milkDate: 12/10/2017

You're drinking the wrong milk. Researchers have been making alarming discoveries about dairy products...

How to save South Africa How to save South AfricaDate: 03/06/2017

Moeletsi Mbeki says we need to take dramatic action to avoid social and political chaos. His new book postulates four possible...

Why South Africa should resist the power of Big Sugar Why South Africa should resist the power of Big SugarDate: 03/06/2017

The proposed tax on sweetened drinks will help improve public health despite overwrought opposition from industry...

Brexit. Through the looking glass Brexit. Through the looking glassDate: 01/06/2017

There is no question about it: The UK's response to the Brexit vote amounts to the most confusing event in British history...

Zululand Uni lavishes cash on luxury homes for execs Zululand Uni lavishes cash on luxury homes for execs Date: 25/05/2017

AS UNIVERSITIES ACROSS THE country face an uncertain future amid student revolts over fees and diminishing grants...

ABZ is not The Way ABZ is not The WayDate: 18/01/2017

SA must tread softly to avoid repeating the mistakes of the Mbeki/Zuma presidential succession...

SA's impending social grant meltdown SA's impending social grant meltdownDate: 19/08/2016

The company that distributes millions of state social security grants, has not only the governmment but all South Africa...

Friends, Romans etc, print me your ear Friends, Romans etc, print me your ear Date: 28/06/2016

Animal rights movement's worries about the burgeoning field of medical practice that involves introducing human cells...

Jansen prophesies academic ruination Jansen prophesies academic ruinationDate: 15/06/2016

In his address to the Franschoek Literary festival in May, Jonathan Jansen quipped that his work as Vice-Chancellor...

Animal Frankenscience Animal Frankenscience Date: 16/05/2016

Apart from being cruel, experiments on living creatures are a pretty crude research tool...

Fond memories of a charming rogue Fond memories of a charming rogueDate: 24/04/2016

KENNETH BISOGNO, 50-SOMETHING son of the late adventurer and gems dealer Ernesto Bisogno, whose swashbuckling escapades in the opa

Truth, Justice and the South African Way Truth, Justice and the South African WayDate: 11/04/2016

A few weeks ago, TV Personality and political analyst Justice Malala was on his way to visit his mother in Hammanskraal in ...

Going places - South Africa's tenor Going places - South Africa's tenorDate: 28/02/2016

Young South African tenor, Levy Sekgapane, has German opera audiences on their feet, cheering. The London Financial Times...

The secret Rhodes The secret RhodesDate: 03/02/2016

'I leave all my worldly goods in trust for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim...

Post-mortem for Post office Post-mortem for Post officeDate: 22/11/2015

Imagine SAA had a legislated monopoly on flights between Johannesburg and Cape Town, but suddenly had neither aircraft nor fuel...

Black Iike me Black Iike meDate: 18/10/2015

Transracial adoptive parents subjected to torrents of criticism. The transracial adoptions group is large, with over 6,000...

The road to ruin - Sanral's new route to Durban The road to ruin - Sanral's new route to DurbanDate: 21/09/2015

Sanral and its cronies are determined to build a wildly expensive new route to Durban, when sensible repairs would do the trick.

Too sweet to be true Too sweet to be trueDate: 16/08/2015

Popular new sugar-free, organic chocolate proves to be neither...

Down and Out Down and OutDate: 10/08/2015

As the rain buckets down for the second week in a row and parents give up the battle to keep their children off devices...

Eskom: It's downhill all the Way Eskom: It's downhill all the WayDate: 23/05/2015

If the cost of Electricity continues to rise at the rate of the past few years, by 2030 the average household in South Africa...

Child Alone - what happens to all the kids growing up alone? Child Alone - what happens to all the kids growing up alone?Date: 10/04/2015

Huge numbers of children growing up without parents or parental care pose a major threat to SA's future...

Post Mortem Post MortemDate: 31/01/2015

Recent mail strikes are ruining businesses - and could spell The End for the state-run service. Frustration with the Post Office..

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