Roxanne Henderson

Five SACP leaders suspended over Tshwane violence

'Those members are receiving their letters first thing in the morning‚ that they are no longer members of the SACP'


Ernest Mabuza

It's time to set a court date for Zuma corruption case

'The charges are in fact automatically reinstated and the NPA must give President Zuma a date by which he is to appear in court'



It's official: Britain is out of the European Union

The pound plunged more than 10% and the rand dropped 8%


RDM Staff

WATCH: David Cameron's remarkable resignation speech

Prime minister resigns, saying a caretaker is needed to guide the UK out of European Union


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Tighter gun laws have worked in SA, says 17-year study

The gun-related deaths dropped from about 9540 a year between 1997 and 2000 to 3793 around 2007


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Brexit: What happens when the elite is clueless

Johnson has his history upside down. A united Europe would have seen off Hitler in 1936


Oracle vs Google — like a cricket test match

The latest patent feud between Oracle and Google is about as exciting as watching a cricket test match end in a draw


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Bafana beat Botswana to take Cosafa Cup

Orlando Pirates man Motupa twice kept his cool from the spot


A victory against shitty service delivery

Failure to sort out the local sewerage works led to raw sewage flowing into the Bushman's River estuary and thus into the sea


Musing about discourse in a Dubai airport

Now I'm no stranger to long conversations about zombie end-times. I can passionately uphold both sides of whether or not a zombie can float


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Mercedes S-Class cabriolet: Powerful with unique ability to transform itself

S-Class cabriolet goes to pretty much every effort imaginable to cosset you from the vulgarities of the world


RDM Staff

Should Zuma have sung these lyrics?

In a country inflamed by protest violence, is it right for a head of state to call for his machine gun?


Justice Malala

Why Brexit matters to South Africa and the world

This move will have repercussions that will hit us sooner rather than later


Ray Hartley

Jacob Zuma: Gangster-in-chief

Zuma's tortured journey to the top of SA politics began when he was made deputy president. It was a reluctant decision which Thabo Mbeki came to regret

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