South Africa has voted, and these are the brands that come out on top. I guess it’s a case of old habits dying hard for many of us.
The past few weeks have been rough for the folks over at the Sunday Times, forcing them into a lengthy account of what exactly went wrong with the Trevor Noah story that graced their front page.
It looks like Graeme Smith will have the last laugh in his battle with the Sunday Times. This weekend saw a significant ruling in his favour.
As the frenzy surrounding Oscar Pistorius’ trial reaches fever pitch, are ads like this warranted? DStv has dedicated an entire channel to the court case and the events surrounding it. It begs the question whether the media, at the expense of accuracy, are provoking the public and thus cashing in on the death of Reeva Steenkamp. Are they going too far? The opposing argument: it’s a murder trial, it’s 2014, and the people do want to know.
Angie Motshekga, our minister for basic education, released what seemed a very pleasing matric pass rate of 78.2% yesterday, but experts have claimed that these results are not of any value.
The irony of the Competition Commission’s boss spending a fortune of taxpayer’s money on porn sites – in direct contravention of the commission’s own internet policy – is too much. Let’s find out more about Shan Ramburuth’s monstrous porn appetite.
Former Sunday Times editor and chairperson of the South African National Editors Forum, Mondli Makhanya, has been charged with the criminal offences of forgery and uttering, fraud, and attempting to obstruct the course of justice. The charges were laid at Parkview SAPS. Click through for the whole story, including Bullard’s statement!
In case you missed Thekiso Anthony Lefifi’s colourful Sunday Times’ interview with Ninja and Yolandi Vi$$er from Die Antwoord, we’ve got it for you right here. How responsible are you with money? Ninja: I never used to care about money because I never had it. Now I have money and I still don’t care about […]
We were lucky enough to be featured in the Lifestyle section of today’s Sunday Times, in a piece written by everyone’s favourite columnist, Lin Sampson. In the article, entitled “The End Of Radio As We Know It,” Lin confirms that Tim Harris, the DA’s Shadow Minister of Trade & Industry, is the only person in politics that one […]
I’m not sure if you’ve heard of the latest example of South African Police Service Force overkill. Journalist Mzilikazi wa Afrika was arrested for a yet-to-be-defined offense rather uncomfortably soon after the same journalist leveled serious corruption allegations against Police Brigadier General His Worship The Most Reverend Doctor His Honour Bheki Cele. Read on for […]