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Rescue flights delayed

When support was available from private aircraft, the state kept its head in the sand

An ex-con is the new mayor of Beaufort West

Once a gangster and a prison inmate, Gayton McKenzie says his job is to clean up the Dodge City of the Karoo

Fighting fire with fire in Joburg’s leafy suburbs?

Could the mystery arsonist be a warrior for the poor, throwing flames at Joburg’s leafy suburbs?

Have a drink, China

Freezing relations between Canberra and Beijing have warmed up export prospects for  Western Cape winemakers

Oscars get a klap as taste hits the rocks

For years audience figures for the show have been sinking — like previous winner ‘Titanic’

TransUnion: blackmail or just BS?

Was TransUnion really being extorted, or are we all just being taken for a ride?

Kulula skating on thin air

Kulula gave us flights we could afford, so it’s sad to see the airline grounded

A lesson in history that was not learnt

Russians, of all people, should have known about the will to resist an invader. Remember Stalingrad?

The financial fantasies of civil servants

While most of us are happy just to have a job, state workers want inflation-linked pay hikes

Mother Russia not our mom, say Ukrainians

The people down south are not that keen to give Vladimir Putin a chance to revive an old empire

A sinking ship — from 40 years ago, and now

The navy lost a flagship in 1982 due to poor captaincy. The ship of state is now in similar perilous waters

JSC: When odious jesters take over the court

Clowns should be confined harmlessly to the circus, not given the power to recommend a chief justice

Eskom and Nersa up against the sun

While the power utility and the regulator gang up on solar users, the country is in the dark about its lights

Moti kidnappings: a most bizarre case

Were the Moti kidnappings revenge for a dirty money deal? And who dares bet on the cops finding out?

Double fault ahead of the Aussie Open

Who’s to blame for the Djokovic debacle? A self-serving politician and a tennis star, it seems