Bandits’ power siege[P]

A BRIGHT blue flash and then — once again — darkness as terrified residents hide in their homes, listening to power saboteurs trashing their street...

Sadtu pain for Dlamini[P]

COSATU president Sdumo Dlamini yesterday told of the “pain” felt while watching Sadtu members turn on one another...

Police gang’s blunder[P]

FIVE rogue Durban Metro police officers may have locked the door to their own jail cells with their spectacular bungling of a string of crimes...

SA first as 3D-printed jaw implants help two men to smile again[P]

KIMBERLEY — Two disfigured men can smile again after receiving South Africa’s first 3D-printed jaw bone implantations...

No strength tests done on concrete used in mall

STRENGTH tests were never carried out on the concrete used in the columns supporting the ill-fated Tongaat Mall, a commission of inquiry heard yesterday...

Union slams Seifsa’s ‘hasty’ act on wage offer

JOHANNESBURG — Numsa yesterday bemoaned Seifsa’s “hasty” decision to make public a proposed wage offer to try to end the strike in the metals sector...

Changes in candidate line-up as ANCYL conference nears[P]

THE leadership race for the ANC Youth League in KZN is heating up as the party structures are busy lobbying for pole position...


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SPORTS HEADLINES

In a spin over bowlers[P]

HASHIM Amla leads the Proteas for a second time today as they go into the second Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo...

‘Crusaders clash will bring out the best in us,’ says Alberts[P]

SHARKS loose forward Willem Alberts insists the team are not focusing too much on their Super Rugby semi-final opponents, the Crusaders, but are instead working on what they need to do in Saturday’s clash in Christchurch...

Lambie keen to play more

CAPE TOWN — Sharks flyhalf Pat Lambie is hoping to continue his comeback with more game time in Saturday’s Super Rugby semi-final against the Crusaders...

Club releases Habana to play in Glasgow

CAPE TOWN — South Africa winger Bryan Habana has secured a late release from his French club Toulon to compete at the Commonwealth Games but the delayed decision has left him a nominated reserve for the Glasgow event...


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ENTERTAINMENT

A classical drama

Kathak, one of the oldest forms of Indian dance, brings to life a touching love story...

Book snaps

BIZ Stone, co-founder of Twitter, discusses the power of creativity and how to harness it, through stories from his remarkable life and career...

TRC through the experiences of translators is a powerful film

WATCHING A Snake Gives Birth To A Snake, I was struck anew by just how remarkable the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings were...

Vibrant tale of love and war

MALUJU Zulu, one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most vibrant theatre works, returns to the Durban stage in celebration of 20 years of peace and democracy...




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