Cricket is back from the brink

The threat to ‘derecognise’ the Proteas pushed selfish administrators to the table

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HERITAGE: Museums crumble as government goes awol

If people without knowledge of their history, origin and culture are like a tree without roots, as activist Marcus Garvey said, we should be acutely concerned ...

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Amid the wreckage, one cinema shines — The Labia

The Labia in Cape Town was always different, and now that’s paying off

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GETAWAYS: An escape from the pandemic in Limpopo

A lodge in Limpopo that offers an escape from the pandemic ticks all the boxes

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Rethinking the post-pandemic office

The consensus is that in future we’ll have a hybrid model — partly working at the office, partly at home

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A sanctuary from home (and office)

Working remotely has upended hospitality patterns — and predictions

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Offices go anticorporate

Personal choice and privacy are increasingly important to workers

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Tashas, independent again, guns for the UK

After a successful foray into the UAE, it is now targeting other overseas markets

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BOOKS: Prose of a post-Arab spring Middle East

These novels provide insights from history, and stir emotions through stories that resonate

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SA cricket being held to ransom

A vote this week to haul CSA’s constitution into the modern era was thwarted by extreme self-interest

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Christo Wiese: The three lessons I learnt from Steinhoff

An updated edition of Pieter du Toit’s book, ‘The Stellenbosch Mafia’, elaborates on the fallout between Johann Rupert and Christo Wiese, who has been badly ...

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CRICKET: Will the turkeys vote for Christmas?

The game in SA is ready for a new start but there is one obstacle to overcome

South South celebrates African art

While South South is partly an online community, it’s also a fair

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Joburg’s lost hotels

The city’s CBD was once home to a pack of glamorous hotels. Now most of us don’t even know they existed. Brian McKechnie and Jo Buitendach unearth the lost old ...

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THEATRE: Dabbling in the dark arts

Photography’s king of bizarre is taking a fairytale opera into uncharted visual territory

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An iconic wine farm has trees on the up

Vergelegen has just announced it plans to plant 7,500 trees over the next 10 years

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