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We get ripped off twice over at malls, then get unsolicited calls from shady salesmen, before having to help the kids with their ‘projects’, writes Mike Siluma.

Claire Keeton speaks to the esteemed virologist who will soon be taking up a top HIV-prevention position in the US after his sterling work fighting pandemics in Africa.

International boom in cryptocurrency and forex trading scams sees billions of dollars stolen annually from the hopeful and greedy.

As she hands over her crown, outgoing Miss SA is thrilled she’s been able to help destigmatise mental health issues.

Old-style austerity alone won’t kick-start the economy; what’s needed now is a package of pro-growth measures to change the cycle from vicious to virtuous, say the writers.

Supposed liberation veterans merely had to click their fingers to get the attention of the government, while all others have long given up hope, writes Lindiwe Mazibuko.

Heavily armed syndicates involved in kidnapping, slavery and child labour are at the centre of a deadly war being waged across SA’s lucrative gold fields.

DA provincial leaders are said to be indignant that the party had approved new posters, which they say promote the ANC rather than conveying the DA's campaign message.

Ministerial report flags culture of corruption, fear and intimidation and SA academics damn the slide to mediocrity at top distance-learning institution.

After a scoreless draw in the home leg of the Caf Champions League preliminary round at Moses Mabhida Stadium, AmaZulu’s coach has not given up hope of progressing against TP Mazembe

We’re not getting the best people on to the bench, the outcome of the recent interviews by the JSC proving once again that that body may have become an existential threat to the wellbeing of the judiciary, writes Barney Mthombothi.

We welcome the announcement this week by health minister Joe Phaahla that children between 12 and 17 will be eligible for a single dose of the Pfizer vaccine from Wednesday — without requiring parental consent, says the writer.

Piet Mouton adds voice to growing criticism of the proposed legislation, saying it falls well short of its intention to 'improve the ease of doing business'