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Devlin Brown at the water cooler: How can I stay on the wagon when travelling?

When it comes to exercise and diet, ultimately you’re the captain of your own ship

Is there really a need for Women’s Day?

The fanfare and speeches trotted out on the public holiday stand in stark contrast to the reality of most women’s lives

Sporty Honda Civic RS goes on sale in SA

The vehicle is available in a single model boasting top features, enhanced mechanicals and a refined drive

The week in pictures

SA’s Lara van Niekerk and Tatjana Schoenmaker take gold and silver at the Commonwealth Games, chaos erupts in Tembisa, Nancy Pelosi inflames tensions with ...

‘Batgirl’ shelved in cost-cutting exercise

In spite of a budget of $90m, the CEO has calculated that he will lose less by ditching the film

Five things to watch this weekend

Woes of Woodstock ’99, the Sandman comic series, an offering from Tollywood and juicy gossip — what to stream

CHRIS THURMAN: When it comes to corporate arts funding, communication is key

After Standard Bank it will take a bold new sponsor to develop brand association with the National Jazz Festival

Roam Air is a made-in-Africa electric motorcycle

The Kenyan-made bike has a starting price of just R25,000 and no fuel costs

Countdown to the Festival of Motoring at end of August

From August 26-28, Johannesburg’s Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit will play host to supercars, off-road driving, customer test drives and simulator experiences

End of the road for Bugatti’s peerless 16-cylinder engine

The 8.0-litre W16 engine has been propelling Bugatti’s hyper sports cars for almost 20 years

Will NoViolet Bulawayo grab Booker Prize glory?

The 2022 competition features the youngest and the oldest contender in the literary prize’s history

BOOK REVIEW: NoViolet Bulawayo’s novel is an allegory of Zimbabwe politics

'Glory' is an unforgettable book that goes beyond the obvious comparison to its inspiration, writes Tinashe Mushakavanhu

Wounded Toyota continues to rule SA new-car sales

Imported models keep the brand afloat while its flooded factory is repaired, and Chery delivers a surprise

Stephen King testifies against $2bn Penguin merger

If completed, the deal would see the book publisher take over Simon & Schuster

Review: Defender 90’s star shines brightly

The shortened Defender oozes street cred and goes almost anywhere

These were SA’s best-selling cars in July

Toyota remains tops despite its flooded factory, while Chery delivers a surprise

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