Top chefs pick favourite cities around the world for great restaurants
Everyone knows you can enjoy wonderful meals in cities such as Paris, New York, London and Tokyo. But what of other dining destinations.
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Whiskey makers are making a play for climate-conscious drinkers
As the climate crisis accelerates fueling powerful storms more consumers are focused on making purchases that are environmentally sensitive.
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SAA's business rescue practitioner comes with some serious credentials
The struggling SAA board this week entrusted Les Matuson to rescue it out of the turbulence it had been stuck in since 2011.
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A century’s worth of incredible wealth went through the Cartier empire
By the time the final chunk of the Cartier jewellery empire was sold off in the 1970s, its founding family was almost entirely dispersed.
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CSA board claims it's not responsible for crisis
CSA president Chris Nenzani said on Saturday that he and the board of directors were not responsible for the crisis that has engulfed the organisation and the sport in the past week.
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Jones comes through late scare to win second Australian Open
Matt Jones won his second Australian Open title in four years on Sunday after a two-under-par 69 in the final round proved just enough.
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'We have to regain the trust of the public,' says CSA's new CEO
Jacques Faul, who is the chief executive of the Titans‚ joins CSA in the absence of the suspended Thabang Moroe.
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Nienaber set to be named as new Bok coach
Defence coach Jacques Nienaber is set to be named as Rassie Erasmus' successor, beating former Southern Kings mentor Deon Davids to the position.
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Churchgoers reeling after elderly congregant killed
In the midst of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence campaign, parishioners at St George’s Cathedral in the Cape Town CBD are reeling after the murder of one of its elderly congregants.
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CSA board claims it's not responsible for crisis
CSA president Chris Nenzani said on Saturday that he and the board of directors were not responsible for the crisis that has engulfed the organisation and the sport in the past week.
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Embattled Eskom’s future in the balance
This after Eskom on Thursday announced Stage 2 load shedding, which soon escalated to Stage 4 for the afternoon, and continued to plunge the country into darkness over the weekend.
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Northern Cape uncle gets life sentence for raping niece
A Northern Cape man has been sentenced in the Mothibistad Regional Court to life imprisonment for raping his teenage niece.
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