Sunday Tribune1 min lettiCrime & Violence
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THE DA’s Cape provincial leader, Bonginkosi Madikizela, has been suspended from both party activities and as Transport and Public Works MEC. News of his suspension from party activities surfaced hours after Premier Alan Winde announced his suspension
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Wayde In Full Control At SA Champs
WAYDE van Niekerk was in such control that he was able to slow down towards the end of the race in clinching the gold medal in the 200m at the South African athletics championships in Pretoria last night. With national record-holder Clarence Munyai n
Sunday Tribune2 min lettiDesign
How To Style Chunky Loafers
IT’S officially autumn and we’ve already been ambushed by a whole host of new fashion trends to fill our wardrobes. Loafers, in particular, have been showing up more and more on social media, and in the outfits of fashion influencers and celebs alike
Sunday Tribune3 min lettiCrime & Violence
How An Inquiry Against The Public Protector Will Unfold
JUST short of two weeks from now, South Africa will be marking 27 years of our non-racial democracy, based on the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law. The Constitution specifies the roles of our state institutions – including Parliament
Sunday Tribune2 min lettiMedical
Speedier Vaccine Roll-out ‘Would Revive Tourism’
TOURISM expert and Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) lecturer Dr Unathi Sonwabile Henama has called for an extended roll-out of the vaccination programme, saying it would contribute considerably to South Africa’s spirited bid to attract tourists
Sunday Tribune4 min lettiCrime & Violence
Mechanic’s ‘Well-reasoned Plan’ To Kill
A RESERVOIR Hills man, who allegedly shot dead his friend “in cold blood”, struggled to establish his version of events during cross-examination at the Durban High Court on Friday. Ashen Vishnudath, a mechanic, has been charged with the March 2019 mu
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RuPaul’s Drag Race And Its Producers May Be In Need Of A Reality Check
RUPAUL’S Drag Race has become one of the biggest shows in the modern TV landscape. A winner of two Primetime Emmy Awards for Best Reality Competition Show, it has been a window in educating many on the art of drag and now boasts a global fan base. In
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Injury Time
One other aspect of ‘white privilege’ - you know besides claiming you’ve completed your law degree when all you have is a matric certificate - is stealing the spotlight from black people. Step forward, Wayne Player. Son of Gary, who collected a medal
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Cleric’s Call To Get Vaccinated
A “FATWA” issued by a prominent Sunni cleric in Lucknow, India, has said that those observing the fast during the month of Ramadaan can get vaccinated for Covid-19. Maulana Khalid Rashid Farangi Mahali, in a fatwa, said: “At a time when vaccination h
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Renting Furniture Is The New Revolution
RENT or purchase? When it comes to choosing and furnishing a living space, it is a question young people often ask themselves as they begin establishing their personal as well as professional lives. Buying everything that you need in your house seems
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5 Ways To Explore South Africa Like A Tourist
NOW that domestic travel is slowly starting to pick up, why not tick a few activities off your bucket list? Possibly one of the most popular cities to hike within South Africa is Cape Town. Cape Town Tourism has put together several guides to assist
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■ Morris has justified his R33m price tag, says Vettori ■ Wayde van Niekerk excited to face ‘uncomfortable situations’ in US after easy 200m semi-final ■ Mark Boucher questions Heinrich Klaasen’s captaincy and explains Kyle Verreynne’s absence ■ Paki
Sunday Tribune1 min lettiCrime & Violence
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A RECENT report by the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) says the Gulf of Guinea remains the world’s hot spot for piracy, as 43% of all incidents reported in the first quarter of this year happen there. Since the start of 2021, there have been 38 i
Sunday Tribune1 min lettiPsychology
How To Survive Hotel Quarantine
WITH many destinations enforcing a mandatory quarantine on arrival, travellers have no choice but to be stuck in their hotel room with nowhere to go. The quarantine period can take anything from 10 days to two weeks. According to Professor Ian Hickie
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Land Rover Procession In Durban For Prince Philip
A GROUP of Durban Land Rover enthusiasts held a procession in memory of Prince Philip from the uMhlanga Ski Boat Club to the Royal Natal Yacht Club yesterday as the late prince’s coffin was carried to his funeral in a custom-made Land Rover. John Ari
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Editor’s Choice
IF YOU decided to forgo watching The Serpent on Netflix, do yourself a favour and reconsider that decision. This eight-part series, which is inspired by true-life events, is such a compelling, albeit unsettling, watch. Aside from the adroit direction
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Editor’s Choice
2020 tested the fashion media industry in a major way. And yet, this also allowed the industry to quickly find new ways of doing things. The book features some of the best editorials, covers and campaigns of 2020, expertly chosen by an international
Sunday Tribune1 min lettiElectrical Engineering & Electronics
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HEALTH Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize launched the official South African Covid-19 vaccination programme registration portal this morning. The Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS) is now available to the public and invites all citizens aged 60 years a
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Skin Icing: What You Need To Know About This Hot Trend
THE rise of the video-sharing app Tik-Tok has added fuel to the growing skincare-routine focused community with the hashtag skincare being viewed more than 34 billion times on the app. People are constantly wanting to try new products on their skin,
Sunday Tribune3 min lettiCrime & Violence
‘Humble, Hard-working’ Farmer In Wheelchair Killed For Cash
A WINTERTON farmer was found dead in a wheelchair with strangulation marks on his neck last week Saturday. He was described as a humble and hard-working man who was completely independent. That’s how those who knew Neil McKay, 46, of Skietrif Farm in
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Power Utility Forced To Sell Non-core Assets At A Loss
ESKOM is set to lose more than R700million when it disposes of its controversial, multi-million rand residential development project, Die Wilge Flats, in Mpumalanga. The construction of Die Wilge Flats outside Kusile power station in eMalahleni has t
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Mourinho ’could Not Care Less’ What Pogba Says
TOTTENHAM Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has said he "couldn't care less" about Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba's criticism of his management of players. Frenchman Pogba said that his former Old Trafford manager Mourinho was known for ignoring pl
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City Can’t Resolve Informal Settlement Issues On Land Stolen By The Apartheid Government
DURBAN North land stolen by the apartheid government that was never returned to the displaced families, is now the sites of commercial businesses, a church, parking lot and a problematic informal settlement. Issues surrounding the Malacca Road inform
Sunday Tribune4 min lettiDiscrimination & Race Relations
Freedom In The Context Of Higher Education
A FEW weeks ago, we saw tragic scenes of students protesting at the start of the academic year in terms of academic exclusion based mainly on challenges related to the affordability of higher education and the long-standing, burning challenge of hist
Sunday Tribune2 min lettiMedical
Return To A Pre-Covid Normal ‘Unlikely’
THERE are mixed expectations of returning to normal life, with most sceptical after the damage wrought by the pandemic and lockdown. Multinational market research and consulting firm, Ipsos, recently conducted a survey for the World Economic Forum to
Sunday Tribune2 min lettiNature
Sasol Vies To Go Green
PETROCHEMICALS giant Sasol has ventured into green energy, as it unveiled plans to reduce its carbon footprint through a partnership with gas services provider Air Liquide. Sasol this week said it would also partner with Toyota South Africa to establ
Sunday Tribune2 min lettiTechnology & Engineering
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On Thursday, Jeff Bezos published his final letter to shareholders as CEO of Amazon. Throughout the course of the 22-minute read, the richest person in the world offered the fascinating insight into the trillion-dollar company he founded in a Seattle
Sunday Tribune4 min lettiCrime & Violence
Will Ramaphosa’s Credibility Withstand Scrutiny From The Zondo Commission?
BY THE time President Cyril Ramaphosa appears at the state capture commission he will have used all the aces up his sleeves. If this was a battle, it was one for him to lose. Never have forces and political developments been so aligned in favour of a
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Forget Bucket Lists, Living Lists Are In
OVER the course of an unforgiving year, the pandemic drilled home the idea that we should not take anything for granted. As we wallowed at home watching the coronavirus cancel everything, we realised that travel opportunities can disappear at any mom
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TV Guide
CRICKET: Indian Premier League T20: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders, 11.45am, CRI; Delhi Capitals v Punjab Kings, 3.45pm, CRI CYCLING: Tour of Turkey , Stage 8 — 14:00 on VR1 LIVE Amstel Gold Race , Men’s Elite Race — 14:00 on VR
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