Sunday Times - 22 Jan 2023

Table of content - Sunday Times (22 Jan 2023)

Cyril’s meetings shed no light
Top cop turf war a ‘threat to Cyril’s security’
THE WHINGERS OF WINDSOR
MARVELLOUS MATRIC
KNIVES OUT
Does no-show Ramaphosa know whether he is coming or going?
No fixing Eskom while ANC’s vested interests are at play
Blackouts put health care at critical risk
Mashatile tops list as cabinet reshuffle looms
Eskom crisis: No new quick fix
The case against cadre deployment
Tensions erupt in presidential protection unit
Mashatile tops list as reshuffle looms
Lotto
Gauteng metro coalition collapses again as DA digs in
Gwede’s claws are out for greenies
Failed rival wants to work with Mbalula
Did restaurant capture the Zuma name?
How two brave sisters exposed mom’s abuse
‘Change laws around owning big cats’
No simple solution to private ownership of wild animals
Murderous ‘power struggle’ grips town
Matrics opt for ‘easy’ maths literacy subject
KZN flood victim beats the odds to matriculate
Varsity fee hikes mostly lower than inflation
New moms celebrate passing matric
Tiah Maree Rajbal, 17, from Bechet High, passed and is looking forward to her university studies this year.
Teacher Mvundla Mhaye was happy his school in Eshowe passed with 90%.
EUSEBIUS MCKAISER:
Courts brought into fray over energy crisis
Yes chef! Eskom dictates new home menus
Eskom office disconnected for not paying electricity bill
Blackouts put health care at critical risk
Poachers ‘using drones’ to plunder yachts
Principal pleads guilty to sexually harassing pupil
State all set for first state capture trial
Here’s why Pantry is pumping
An African ‘Cinema Paradiso’ in the making
An escapist tale of prey turned pal
‘We want freedom and we want it now!’
True romance
Something in me died
‘They said this time they will kill me, as I wanted to show I was a hero’
How complex can it be to put out a simple advert for a CEO?
‘Stop paying our oppressor!’
‘Something in me died, a piece of me died, with the dying of Sophiatown …’
Beware the danger of exceptional ‘against all odds’ matric stories
More human than humans?
Wits and UCT’s AI research for good
In its own words ...
Top of the pops
Why are the best driven from politics while the worst thrive?
Thus does Gwede become a direct threat to Cyril
A national assembly of people, not politicians, will save the state
Why the DA is marching on Luthuli House
Exam results show how alleviating poverty feeds academic success
What happened to Pravin the Lionheart?
We cannot let the South African dream die
Joy of matric passes dimmed by bleak job prospects
Gauteng’s ‘exotic pet’ problem needs urgent fix
LOOKING BACK
Smoothing the way
A machine gunner with lousy aim
Hog in the poo
Maths literacy?
WISDOM FROM THE AGES
We need a political alternative that will produce leaders to take us forward
Does no-show Ramaphosa know whether he is coming or going?
Q&A
Hlaudi with rain on premier’s parade
Delusions of relevance
South Africa has reached tipping point and electoral revolt is brewing
Maimane is wrong, education is improving
No fixing Eskom while ANC’s vested interests are at play
De Minaur and Sabalenka power ahead in Aussie Open
Bucs, Chiefs desperate to field new strikers
Arteta set to unveil Trossard against United
Downs double their victory over Amakhosi
Soccer/Tennis
Stormers slip out of a tight French spot
Straeuli upbeat about struggling Lions’ prospects
In praise of Jake White, winner and survivor
Simbine won’t stop racing for top medals
SA ref Max Molelekoa dies in car crash
Walter raring to plot future
Thrills galore as Boland tests batsmen
Liverpool and Chelsea sink into stodgy stalemate
Akani Simbine gears up for new season
What Walter learned in NZ
Chiefs and Pirates look to new strikers for redemption
NO POWER, NO JOB
Google’s parent cuts 12,000 jobs
Mr Price: ‘blackouts untenable’
● The Big Read: Furniture retailers bloom despite gloom
NEWSMAKER
SAM MKOKELI
● Spar hunts for CEO to clean up image
● Arthur Goldstuck: Online retail is all about the niche
Godongwana takes up the reins for SA at Davos
Eskom calls for killer instinct, not paper tigers
Inflation slows, but mining production falls more than expected
World Cup hero Messi’s image planted in corn
Eggs make it harder to bring home the bacon in UK
Snapshot
It’s easy to talk energy plans at Davos, far from the Eskom mess
History will absolve Musk
Lots of fizz in bubbly sales
Quote of the Week
Matter of fact
SCUBA DO
Furniture retailers bloom despite gloom
Unions foresee job cuts as blackouts bite
Global trade: a race of the big pockets?
1 bn+
Financiers sound note of optimism for 2023 at Davos
Spar hunts for CEO to clean up image
Optimum upbeat about resumption of export allocation
English clubs reinforce dominance of football’s riches
Revenue up in smoke as illicit trade thrives
Online retail is all about the niche
70 %
Team SA faced a tough task trying to lure investment at Davos
R88,051
The Western Cape freeway to upward mobility
Corporate social responsibility is at the heart of this business
Trading places
Craft the perfect CV
SUDOKU ANSWERS
Cryptic Crossword
2-Speed Crossword
Codeword
BRAINtest
Quick Crossword
Samurai Sudoku
Bridge
Elimination
● January 22 in History
The Santa Maria hijacked
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
BRAINTEST ANSWERS
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
One man’s repossession is another man’s reward
Up your game with assortment of cranes
THE FRESH PRINCE OF MONTECITO
ESKOM SHENANIGANS LEAVE US WITH A BITTER TASTE IN OUR MOUTHS
MADGE IS JUST A NUMBER
Editor’s Note
Mix tourism with conservation
Big on Goth
Eating out in Jozi
Design wizard
Hopping it’s good
Movies, series, streaming
New from McEwan
HERE’S TO LIVING IN HOPE
I say a little prayer for you, SA
THE WHINGERS OF WINDSOR
IT’S GOTH A BE A WEDNESDAY
LOOK 1
LOOK 2
LOOK 3
LOOK 5
LOOK 6
LESSONS IN LOVE? MAYBE
Book Bites
BRED AND TRAINED FOR TOUGHNESS
THE SOUND OF SILENT FILM
FIVE FACTS ABOUT BABYLON
‘LOOKING FOR AN IDENTITY HE NEVER FOUND’
Things to stream
IF YOU HAVE 3.5
IF YOU HAVE 7 HOURS
IF YOU HAVE 100 MINS
IF YOU HAVE 6 HOURS
Game on at last
RESCUE AND RELEASE
GET INVOLVED
SOUPED UP & HITTING THE ROAD
JUST DROP IN
GARRETH VAN NIEKERK
SO MUCH TO MUNCH ON
MAMA SAMBA
CHUNKY CHAU
ACID
Sustainable gin is the bees’ knees ... and their keeper
You’re not alone in your anxiety, but remember, no-one cares
Your Stars

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