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Last 50 tweets from @SundayTimesZA
FREE TO READ | "Perhaps he has been fantasising about sex in front of other people, and he can only be gratified in this way."
FREE TO READ | "I am trying to divest from SA, a country I love, a country I spent 20 years of my life in. Now I am trying to run away."
FREE TO READ | Dressed in a blue hoodie and black jeans, Ebrahim was seen smiling to himself or exchanging a few words in between the court proceedings.
There’s nothing like sitting in the dark during load-shedding to reflect on the monumental mess that is Eskom.
FREE TO READ | "I know that everything Maimane says is coated in a kind of barbiturate syrup made of anti-charisma and ground-up head prefects, but that’s one for the books."
FREE TO READ | Lawyers for the Sayeds also demand the anaesthetist stops practising pending an inquiry.
Sunday Times Retweeted ·  
In Times Select today
• Family wants top surgeon barred after son dies in routine op
• Load of bull followed by more silliness - watching the DA implode
• SA maps the energy of the future, blow by blow
Wednesday, October 23 2019
SPONSORED | #GINIEL4X4 #TAKKIES4X4 #Oupa4x4 and #KIRSTEN4X4 are the four South African heroes selected by @ToyotaSA to compete in the annual #Fortuner4x4Challenge – read more to find out who their team mates are.…
Minister Gwede Mantashe oversaw the release to the public of the incorrect version of the long-anticipated Integrated Resource Plan.
FREE TO READ | Memphis Morebudi Kaotsane's brainwave that makes wandering animals glow in the dark bags top innovation award.
FREE TO READ | The world’s largest high-performance superyacht is at your disposal for a global cruise
"After half a decade of being at best a passive enabler and at worst a vocal supporter of a gang of looters, ideas like embarrassment no longer apply."
"It’s stressful, but she’s doing it for her brother. It’s been a very tough time for her."
MEET THE WINNERS | RSVP to meet the winner of the Alan Paton award Terry Kurgan and winner of the Barry Ronge Fiction prize Siphiwe Ndlovu, hosted by The Sunday Times with Exclusive Books, Hyde Park on Wednesday, October 23 2019 at 6 for 6.30pm.…
FREE TO READ | "Mashaba is airing the DA’s dirty laundry and the leader publicly says: ‘Yeah, you are my hero for doing that.’"
Sunday Times Retweeted ·  
In Times Select today
• What the what?! Mashaba is Mmusi’s hero?!
• Little boy’s murder: teen sister to fight her fear and testify
• You can put Mbete’s ‘so what?’ on the modern ANC’s gravestone
Tuesday, October 22 2019
Meet the winners of the Sunday Times Literary Awards
#DaFedCo | Four things Helen Zille has promised to do in her new job
Could the ANC take back Joburg after #HermanMashaba's resignation as mayor?
"This question of remuneration of senior executive managers, if left unattended, may become a runaway train, and therefore we are calling for action to be taken to regulate it."
"At the time of sale, the vehicle would not have passed the 101 inspection and definitely not the roadworthy test, if the reported issues was (sic) existing and detected by either control points."
SA man Stephen McGown was held captive in the desert for over five years.
#HermanMashaba | "The DA I signed up for, is no longer the DA that emerged from the recent federal council meeting."
"This serious incident was caused by the incorrect racking of generator control unit, which moved forward in flight initially causing an intermittent and then total disconnection of the electrical connector."
"Corruption is when the leaders of the G7 countries arrive at Doral next year and hug and smile and wave and say nothing. This is how corruption is normalised."
"I will not be the leader. I will play a background role. I will stay in my lane."
Sunday Times Retweeted ·  
In Times Select today
• Return of the mummy: This is how Zille plans to work with Mmusi
• If the US can’t stop Trump, no wonder SA couldn’t halt Zuma
• Why did FlySafair plane’s electronics have a midair meltdown?
Monday, October 21 2019
Medical schemes continue to fail to pay or short-pay members' claims for prescribed minimum benefits (PMBs), sparking complaints to the medical schemes regulator.
Medical schemes short-changing their members
In the arid parts of South America, water supply is a big issue. Which is why Anglo American has had to divert a river to develop a new copper mine in Peru.
How inclusive can a movement be when it insists on ever more exclusive and hostile definitions of who gets to speak or be seen, asks Monique Verduyn
Is drag culture having an identity crisis?
Some wore paper bags over their heads at Africa's first Pride march almost 30 years ago, but even that was a statement, writes Palesa Buyeye
Politics & play: Looking back on Joburg's first Pride march
Wary of cheating diesels? Not yet sold on the idea of electric? Then the long-serving and much-maligned Toyota Prius is the answer
Cheap, practical & well equipped: The new Toyota Prius makes sense
It is part of the ethos of documentary and wildlife photographers to observe and not intervene. But faced with a situation in which they could save the life of a person or animal, many of them have broken this rule.
Because Eskom is so secretive it is a sitting duck when things go wrong, writes Peter Bruce.
Ronald Lamola is part of a pack of young guns primed to take over the leadership of the ANC, if not the country, from the tired old strugglistas whose rule has left nothing but devastation in its wake, write Barney Mthombothi.
Broadcaster owned property in London and several towns in South Africa
After a month of talking to a large cross-section of South Africans, I believe Ramaphosa has a 55% chance of succeeding and turning the country around, writes Justice Malala.
Dont despair, Ramaphosa still represents hope
From the moment the final whistle sounded in Japan's Pool A decider against Scotland last Sunday, the hosts knew what was coming.
Moment of truth for the Springboks
Lindiwe Mazibuko has moved on from her tempestuous time with the DA into a role where she hopes to revolutionise the public service by finding and training the right people for the right jobs. She spoke to Sue de Groot
Lindiwe Mazibuko finds the right fit - training future public servants
The EFF female leader who refused to decline a seat in parliament has been expelled from the party.
EFF expels leader who wouldn't 'lie'
What do a glam banking couple, a former soccer star and a US wedding planner to the stars have in common?
SOCIAL | Ubuntu Pathways celebrates two decades of doing good
A teacher at the centre of a sex investigation at an elite Cape Town boys’ school has pulled out all the stops to control the damage caused by the uploading of explicit pictures and videos on pornography websites.
Bishops sex scandal: Teacher's explicit pictures, videos uploaded on porn site
Five changes to their XI failed to move South Africa out of India's shadow on the first day of the third Test in Ranchi yesterday.
Proteas ring the changes, but fortunes remain unchanged
An eight-year-old “accidental” chess player is raking in the awards, even taking part in the World Cadet Chess Championship in China last month.
Young chess prodigy wiping the international board
Editorial: EFF leader Julius Malema likes to play the hero to the downtrodden, a voice for the poor and for petrol attendants and waiters.
Malema is no hero; he's a fraud who is betraying the poor
The National Senior Certificate exams - the culmination of 12 years of teaching and learning - swing into top gear this week as matrics write English paper 1.
Questions over Eastern Cape matric markers
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