WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

Dodgy seeds are being spread around the world by respectable organisations - like Kirstenbosch - that should know better.
BUSHMEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIVES

BUSHMEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIVES

The future looks bleak for the Kalahari San.

AFRICA CONFIDENTIAL

Mozambique's born-again Stalinism
LAW SEES LAUGH IT OFF'S BLACK HUMOUR

LAW SEES LAUGH IT OFF'S BLACK HUMOUR

On Friday 27 May some sanity returned to the world of branding law, writes Johannesburg trademark attorney Hans Muhlberg.
LIFE OF BRIAN

LIFE OF BRIAN

Attorney Brian Kahn is at it again - this time he's charging a client absurdly inflated fees for stuffing envelopes.
VARENKA WANTS HER MANDELAS BACK

VARENKA WANTS HER MANDELAS BACK

Varenke Paschke confirms noseweek's longstanding suggestion that she drew the Mandela art - and says she wants her pictures back.
SHOT WITH THE SAME GUN

SHOT WITH THE SAME GUN

The gun used to kill Bill Sabido has been found, and the cop investigating his murder has been arrested.
EDITOR ESCAPES SIX OF THE BEST

EDITOR ESCAPES SIX OF THE BEST

The Star’s editor, Moegsien Williams, was recently summoned before the head of St Johns, and only escaped Six of the Best after making a crawling - and totally unwarranted - apology.

GUS

IT'S MY ROUND

IT'S MY ROUND

There appears to be a cover-up underway of the fact that the minister of defence and the head of Armscor have been selling off military surplus in defiance of a secret cabinet memorandum.
A FIT OF PIQUE-COCK

A FIT OF PIQUE-COCK

Eight months after the Brett Kebble Art Awards ceremony at the Cape Town Convention Centre last October, there was apparently still some argument about two bills related to the fabulously glitzy event. Neither was shattering as Kebble debts go and, within days of starting our enquiry, they were settled. But as all things Kebble tend to be, the story attached to them is interesting.

ZUMA, SARS AND KEBBLE: THE POLITICAL AGENDA

Is the South African Revenue Service's failure to tax Brett Kebble due to his support for a political faction connected to Jacob Zuma and top SARS officials?
WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

Dodgy seeds are being spread around the world by respectable organisations - like Kirstenbosch - that should know better. ...
 
WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

WEEDS FOR THE WORLD

Dodgy seeds are being spread around the world by respectable organisations - like Kirstenbosch - that should know better. ...

BUSHMEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIVES

BUSHMEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIVES

The future looks bleak for the Kalahari San. ...

AFRICA CONFIDENTIAL

Mozambique's born-again Stalinism ...

LAW SEES LAUGH IT OFF'S BLACK HUMOUR

LAW SEES LAUGH IT OFF'S BLACK HUMOUR

On Friday 27 May some sanity returned to the world of branding law, writes Johannesburg trademark attorney Hans Muhlberg. ...

LIFE OF BRIAN

LIFE OF BRIAN

Attorney Brian Kahn is at it again - this time he's charging a client absurdly inflated fees for stuffing envelopes. ...

VARENKA WANTS HER MANDELAS BACK

VARENKA WANTS HER MANDELAS BACK

Varenke Paschke confirms noseweek's longstanding suggestion that she drew the Mandela art - and says she wants her pictures back. ...

SHOT WITH THE SAME GUN

SHOT WITH THE SAME GUN

The gun used to kill Bill Sabido has been found, and the cop investigating his murder has been arrested. ...

EDITOR ESCAPES SIX OF THE BEST

EDITOR ESCAPES SIX OF THE BEST

The Star’s editor, Moegsien Williams, was recently summoned before the head of St Johns, and only escaped Six of the Best after making a crawling - and totally unwarranted - apology. ...

GUS

...

IT'S MY ROUND

IT'S MY ROUND

There appears to be a cover-up underway of the fact that the minister of defence and the head of Armscor have been selling off military surplus in defiance of a secret cabinet memorandum. ...

A FIT OF PIQUE-COCK

A FIT OF PIQUE-COCK

Eight months after the Brett Kebble Art Awards ceremony at the Cape Town Convention Centre last October, there was apparently still some argument about two bills related to the fabulously glitzy event. Neither ...

ZUMA, SARS AND KEBBLE: THE POLITICAL AGENDA

Is the South African Revenue Service's failure to tax Brett Kebble due to his support for a political faction connected to Jacob Zuma and top SARS officials? ...