Husband’s ordeal continues[P]

GRANT du Bois despairs that he will never see justice for his wife who died in a tragic car smash nearly eight years ago.
Yesterday the case in ...

MPS start visits to land claims lodgement centres

CAPE TOWN — MPs are set to conduct oversight visits to land claims lodgement centres starting this week, Parliament ...

Veteran cyclist to miss World Champs after brutal attack[P]

VETERAN Durban cyclist Vaughan Cronjé walked two kilometres with a punctured lung after he was attacked and stabbed as he prepared for the ­Cycling World Championships.
The brutal robbery on ...

Comrades race marshals honoured

THE Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) has honoured race marshals who ensure that the comrade’s marathon is a safe event...

Umlaas pipeline shut, Howick water pipe open

UMGENI Water will be shutting down the Umlaas water pipeline today from 7 am to 5 pm...

Otto’s Bluff Road invaders admit wrongdoing, but plead they have no choice[P]

PIETERMARITZBURG land invaders were ordered yesterday to stop building on municipal land...

Progress in BRT plan[P]

TALK about introducing Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) System turned to action in the Msunduzi Municipality yesterday...


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EDITOR'S CHOICE

SPORTS HEADLINES

SA saved by the bell[P]

IT was ugly. It was tense. It took us back to number one...

SA women raring to go at Rugby World Cup

JOHANNESBURG — The Springbok women’s rugby team are raring to go, following months of preparation for the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup. Speaking at the team’s arrival in France yesterday, assistant coach Renfred Dazel said South Africa will start their campaign against Australia on the opening day on Friday before facing hosts France on August 5...

SA players eye foreign clubs after World Cup

JOHANNESBURG — South African rugby faces an exodus by its Springbok stalwarts after the 2015 World Cup tournament...

Anderson slips out of top 20

JOHANNESBURG — A first-round defeat at the Atlanta Open caused South Africa’s top men’s tennis player Kevin Anderson to slip out of the top 20 in the latest ATP World Tour singles ranking yesterday...


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ENTERTAINMENT

Wildlife artist’s exhibit and book launch

THE Elizabeth Gordon Gallery at 120 Florida Road, Durban, is hosting an exhibition by wildlife artist Barbara Siedle from tomorrow to August 9...

Tale of freaks and exploitation

SET in New York, in 1911, Alice Hoffman’s The Museum of Extraordinary Things, has at its core the exploitation of factory workers, growing labour unrest and the response to it of those in authority...

Real blarney evening

THE Rhumbelow Theatre, Pietermaritzburg, presents Shamrock & 60s with Dave Monks, at the Allan Wilson Shellhole in Alan Paton Avenue, at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on Sunday...




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