Pretoria’s Thaba Tshwane military base is one place where you might expect good discipline. Not so, says Major S Bapela of the military police division, who ...
Soldiers called up to restore order during the riots last year faced a battle from the start
Nile crocodiles in Lake St Lucia have been ingesting fishing weights, scooping them up with pebbles from the lake floor that help digestion
When Mozambique decided to pay its army in cash in March, 7,000 soldiers did not pitch for pay parade
Was it the horses that attracted Queen Elizabeth, or her alter ego?
One for the books from a World Cup winner
A man on trial for his wife’s murder in the US had been studying the Oscar Pistorius case, according to detectives
The biggest destroyers of books are publishers. Part of an unsold print run is “remaindered” (sold at a discount), and the rest is recycled (pulp to pulp)
The power of the smudgy sandwich spread is reflected in the latest piece of publicity for it — in The Economist, no less
Schabir Shaik, the Durban crook and Jacob Zuma bagman who escaped a long prison term thanks to a sympathetic parole board, is a regular at one of the city’s ...
The Lake District is to trial paramedics using jet suits to reach casualties and give first aid before a helicopter or ground crew comes to the rescue
The Suez Canal, where one of the world's largest container ships got stuck last year, is being widened and deepened so that this does not happen again
Keep an eye on the moon next month, it's going to be hit by an out-of-control Elon Musk rocket
Toyota, with 2.3-million sales, has toppled General Motors (2.2-million) as the top carmaker in the US for 2021
In Austria, one of the most bourgeois of countries, even the communists got a foothold (a bit like the EFF in Jozi)
United Airlines, which is due to resume flights to SA on December 1, is spending millions on paid leave for unvaccinated pilots
If the Tigray People's Liberation Front should prevail in its war against the Ethiopian central government and reach Addis Ababa, it will be the second time in ...
The conflict in northern Mozambique has taken on a troubling dimension: the use of child soldiers
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