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‘Yasuke’ Is A Giant Step Forward For Animé
THE new Netflix original animé movie Yasuke makes not only for one of the best new shows of the year, but also takes a huge step forward in the medium’s black representation. Yasuke is set in alternate fantastical Japan during the feudal era. Create
Sunday Tribune1 min. leídos
Brumbies Edge Brave Force To Reach Super Rugby AU Final
THE ACT Brumbies will defend their Super Rugby AU title against the Queensland Reds in Brisbane on Saturday after beating the shorthanded Western Force 21-9 in a tight semi-final playoff in Canberra yesterday. The Force, playing a first play-off in t
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Sharks Second-half Comeback Blows Stormers
Stormers 30 Sharks 33 THE Sharks scored 21 points in the second half to pull off an impressive comeback and win their Rainbow Cup SA opener against the Stormers at Cape Town Stadium yesterday. The Stormers started off well and were the dominant tea
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Mourinho Not Targeting Return To Management Next Season
JOSE Mourinho said he does not expect to return to management next season following his dismissal by Tottenham Hotspur and will wait for the right club with the right culture. The former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United
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T20 ‘Granddads’ Staking Claim For Proteas World Cup Squad
SOUTH Africa’s grand old daddies of the Indian Premier League, Imran Tahir, Faf du Plessis, AB de Villiers and the only ‘so old’ granddaddy, Chris Morris, are making a compelling case for inclusion in the Proteas T20 World Cup squad for later this ye
Sunday Tribune1 min. leídosComputers
Quick Read
Toyota plans to acquire Lyft’s self-driving technology unit for $550 million (R7.92bn), the companies said, as the Japanese carmaker steps up its automation ambitions with the newly created Woven Planet division. | IOL TECH According to a PayU rep
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Caring Sisters To The Rescue Of Kids
IN THE spirit of Eid, a non-profit humanitarian women’s organisation will be gifting underprivileged children who will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr. Eid al-Fitr is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide marking the end of Ramadaan. The Car
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From Whale Sharks To Seahorses All In One Breath
A COUPLE, with a love for freediving, turned months of filming their expeditions just one breath from the surface into a first of its kind 10-episode adventure that would premiere on Monday. Beth “The Mermaid” Neale and Miles “Aquaman” Cloutier set o
Sunday Tribune1 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Laïcité And Religion
LAÏCITÉ is the French term for secularism. Article 1 of the 1905 French law on the Separation of the Churches and the State ensures “freedom of conscience” and “the free exercise of religion”. The state has not only a duty to guarantee freedom of rel
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Curbing Medical Claims
THE Health Department is mooting a fund that will deal with the medical claims that are forever ballooning in all the nine provinces. This was revealed by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize when he briefed the health portfolio committee this week. The matt
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosMedical
Travel Ban To Asian Countries And Brazil
MALAWI is the first southern African country to ban travel to Southeast Asia, in fear of importation of a new variant of the novel coronavirus as the number of Covid-19 cases decline in the southern African region. The presidential task force on Covi
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Injury Time
We are not sure where the Ministry of Sports, Arts and Culture’s spokesperson Masechaba Ndlovu thought she was on Friday. Ndlovu was conducting the press conference at Cricket SA, involving Rihan Richards, the acting chairman of the Members Council,
Sunday Tribune3 min. leídos
Stars
It’s a week of personal growth, Aries, with enough cosmic co-operation to see you through. A little more perseverance is what’s needed, and we all know you’re not short on that. Just don’t place too much importance on money and possessions. Count you
Sunday Tribune1 min. leídosPolitics
Grants To Assist Civil Society
THE eThekwini Municipality has launched a grant-in-aid programme to assist 50 community organisations. The programme seeks to provide financial and material support to civil society organisations involved in initiatives cultural, sporting and educati
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The Oscars Join The Streaming Revolution
HOLLYWOOD’S biggest night, the 93rd Academy Awards, took place on Sunday. It wasn’t the usual ceremony, with multiple venues allocated for the event instead of the usual Dolby Theatre, and lots of big names missing from the agenda. Streaming services
Sunday Tribune4 min. leídosMedical
Modi Faces Heat Over Covid Crisis
DELHI has been in a lockdown for the past week. Unlike last time when police shut down cities, this time it is being enforced by fear. Meant to break the chain of surging infections and deaths and flatten the curve, has the lockdown succeeded in its
Sunday Tribune3 min. leídosWorld
Women Face Challenging Times Due To Rebel Atrocities
THE Boko Haram crisis in the Lake Chad Basin has harmed women’s livelihoods, according to the Institute for Security Studies (ISS). In a report released last week, it said extremists and other armed groups had looted and destroyed markets, cutting of
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídos
The Cheapest Days And Months To Book A Flight In SA
AIR travel is often deemed too expensive and unaffordable for many South Africans. And you’d be right to make that assumption. For example, a single flight for Tuesday, April 27, from Durban to Johannesburg on FlySafair, cost R3 271. However, many fa
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosMedical
Remedial Centre Faces Closure
DURBAN’s oldest gym, Saint Giles Therapy Centre, which provides free services to stroke patients, is struggling to keep its doors open. Patrons and staff together with management at St Giles building in Prince Street are working without salaries, jus
Sunday Tribune1 min. leídosAutomotive
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Sunday Tribune3 min. leídosEarth Sciences
KZN ’s Underwater Attractions
THE West Coast of South Africa grabbed the headlines this week, because the Academy Award winning documentary My Octopus Teacher was shot there. As the Oscar was handed directors Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, the loudest hurrah would have come from m
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Woman ‘Planned Grenade Attack On Kinnear’
THE State has called Amaal Jantjies a cold-blood killer who should be refused bail because she corrupted an Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) member to warn alleged underworld figure Nafiz Modack when his home would be raided. The State said she had also organise
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Coca-Cola Bottler Will Be Up Against Green Gauntlet
ENVIRONMENTALISTS will be keeping a keen eye on the plastic waste initiatives of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), which plans to soon list on the JSE and in Amsterdam. An initial public offering will pave the way for CCBA to operate as an independe
Sunday Tribune3 min. leídosDiet & Nutrition
‘Waffles And Mochi’: Children’s Shows Need To Focus On Health
MICHELLE Obama’s new TV show, Waffles and Mochi, aimed at young children, is a fabulous idea. The idea is to show children where food comes from and some ways of cooking it from scratch – instead of just buying pre-made meals from the supermarket. H
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosPolitics
Concerns Over City’s Outstanding Spending Reports
OPPOSITION parties in eThekwini Municipality have lambasted the leadership of Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda for failing to hold senior officials accountable for irregular expenditure. This was after the mayor had failed to present reports on investigations he
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosAutomotive
Fine Industrial Property, Large Kloof Home For Sale
PETER Maskell has two prime properties and the assets of a port-based material-handling company coming up for live and online auction. An industrial property at 27 Portland Road, Mkondeni, Pietermaritzburg, is set to come under the hammer on May 18 a
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Suite-life Offering At Zimbali Hotel
IAN WYLES Auctioneers will be selling a suite at Zimbali Hotel & Resort on May 27 at 11am. The live, as well as online, auction will be at The Oyster Box, Umhlanga. The studio unit, in the Zimbali Hotel & Resort on the North Coast, has one bedroom, a
Sunday Tribune2 min. leídosMedical
Covid patients ‘missing’
GRAPPLING with the unprecedented spike in Covid cases, Karnataka is facing another challenge: tracking and tracing of 2 000 to 3 000 Covid positive patients who have “gone missing”. R Ashoka, State Revenue Minister and vice-chairperson of the Karnata
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Recalling A Doyen Of SA Theatre
THE final curtain has fallen on award-winning playwright, novelist, short story writer and doyen of South African theatre, Ronnie Govender, who passed away this week. Govender, 86, died on Thursday at his son’s home in Cape Town. He had written and d
Sunday Tribune3 min. leídosPolitics
The Hard Work Starts Now For Cricket SA
LONG before any bids can be launched for World Cups, Cricket South Africa’s new administration needs to engender trust. That will take a long time; months, years even and understandably so. Building the first links of that trust will take place over
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