Passage to India: Gigaba adviser and premier's son on Gupta junket

Gigaba, now finance minister, is under pressure from parliament to explain why he personally gave approval to the granting of citizenship to the Gupta family

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Why Singapore works (hint: it's not because of colonialism)

'Singapore’s path shows that it is as wrong to extol the virtues of colonialism as it to promote the benefits of authoritarianism'

Twitter snotklap from South Africans has Bell Pottinger diving for cover

On Friday @buliTM asked: “Anyone organising a party for @BellPottinger for having secured their account?”

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Passage to India: Gigaba adviser and premier's son on Gupta junket

Gigaba, now finance minister, is under pressure from parliament to explain why he personally gave approval to the granting of citizenship to the Gupta family

6 minutes ago
Why Singapore works (hint: it's not because of colonialism)

'Singapore’s path shows that it is as wrong to extol the virtues of colonialism as it to promote the benefits of authoritarianism'

Twitter snotklap from South Africans has Bell Pottinger diving for cover

On Friday @buliTM asked: “Anyone organising a party for @BellPottinger for having secured their account?”

Gunman mugs Bruce Fordyce, takes running shoes and watch

'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'

CHARMAIN NAIDOO: Memories of my brother and a UFO that was or wasn't there

'Whatever it was, we resolved as a family never to share what we’d seen with strangers ever again. And we have not. Until now'

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Botswana's Ketumile Masire has died

A report on the SKMF website said Masire was in a critical condition when he was admitted to the intensive care unit at Bokamoso Hospital on June 18

Shock poll shows Corbyn now more popular than May

When asked who make the best prime minister, the YouGov poll for The Times showed 35 percent of voters would prefer Corbyn, while 34 percent favoured May

So my son is in business. Get over it, says Zuma

'You can't single out one young person and victimise the person just because he's the son of the president. It's not fair‚ it's not correct'

Zuma on the ropes. But is there a knock-out blow coming?

The announcement of the commission of inquiry follows weeks of continuous reporting by The Times and the Sunday Times concerning the hundreds of thousands of ...

Zuma sets up judicial inquiry into state capture

'We have taken the decision to establish a judicial commission of inquiry...we are moving as fast as possible on this matter'

The secret ballot judgment in 15 fiendishly clever quotes

'Crass dishonesty, in the form of bribe-taking or other illegitimate methods of gaining undeserved majorities, must not be discounted'

Five essential reads on South Africa today

Available with a BusinessLIVE Premium subscription for just R4 a day, these five insightful articles have been written by top writers from Business Day and ...

Why AB de Villiers should pack his kitbag

For De Villiers to claim the game would have been different had his team made “20-odd” more runs tells us he is losing perspective

Parliament promises to abide by Constitutional Court ruling on secret ballot

The court found that it was up to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to decide for or against a secret ballot

Secret ballot: Over to you, Madame Speaker

'It is declared that the Speaker of the National Assembly has the constitutional power to prescribe that voting in a no confidence motion in the president be ...

Toetie will have to make three changes to Boks for final showdown with France

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JONATHAN JANSEN: What I learned from a man who knew how to teach

'To my surprise his office was small (lesson No1 — what’s in your head matters more than the size of your office) and books covered the walls'

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Summoned to testify by Parliament: Ajay and Atul Gupta, Duduzane Zuma

The inquiry is broadening its scope to probe state capture and potentially the leaked e-mails

Auditor-General exposes Tshwane's R1.9-billion spending spree on eve of election

According to the A-G's report‚ the expenditure in Tshwane could mainly be attributed to employee-related cost‚ debt impairment‚ depreciation‚ finance charges‚ ...

Lions v All Blacks - One hell of a rugby match on Saturday

Two of the three Tests will be played at Auckland’s Eden Park. The All Blacks last lost at their favourite ground 23-years ago when France surprised them 23-20

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LUCY KELLAWAY: What is this, er, hogwash over swearing about?

Lucy Kellaway

Swearing can help you be more successful by getting your point across

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How the sustained oil glut is creating unsettling effects

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Despite production cut deal, traders are not convinced the persistent glut in global supplies is a short-term aberration

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NEELS BLOM: Focus on predatory corrupters lets Zuma off hook for betrayal

Neels Blom

South Africans have placed their trust in Jacob Zuma, and they have been betrayed

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KEVIN MCCALLUM: On the other hand … let’s get Naas telling his rugby stories

Kevin McCallum

Botha lamented a few years ago that he never kept exact records of his playing days. But stats and records tell one part of the story

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