Thieves made off with 15 computers containing sensitive information on Constitutional Court judges and officials after breaking into Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s offices in Midrand
'I still think every day they will come for me. I’m fighting for my life'
Manyi explained that his resignation was 'due to ever increasing responsibilities and time constraints'
Graphene, which is just one atom thick, is strong, highly flexible, electrically conductive and transparent, making it ideal for gathering the sun's energy to generate power
It was the deadliest attack in London since four British Islamists killed 52 commuters and themselves in suicide bombings on the city's transport system in July 2005
The proposed new family tree includes two reformulated categories, or clades, of dinosaurs to replace the two that paleontologists have long recognized
Shockwaves reverberated when Fifa said its disciplinary committee had banned Joseph Lamptey of Ghana for fixing the result of the match
'You can give every student free higher education tomorrow, and the disrupters would find another item of discontent and continue the chaos'
Graphene, which is just one atom thick, is strong, highly flexible, electrically conductive and transparent, making it ideal for gathering the sun's energy to ...
In a paper presented at an international planetary science conference at The Woodlands, Texas, the scientists explained that geological properties, such as ...
Researchers on Tuesday described the tiny, multicellular fossils as two types of red algae, one thread-like and the other bulbous, that lived in a shallow ...
'This study really gives us a glimpse of what was in a Neanderthal's medicine cabinet'
The launch will involve new challenges for China in sample collection, taking off from the moon and high-speed reentry to the Earth's atmosphere
'In a test for reporters, one bus cruised a block-long circuit so consistently that it created a dirt track on the tarmac'
The acceleration was necessary to slightly shift MAVEN's orbit and steer the satellite clear of the Martian moon Phobos
The researchers expressed confidence the fossils from northeastern Canada were formed by organisms, saying no non-biological explanation was plausible
'I think that we've made a crucial step towards finding if there is life out there'
TransferWise's chatbot enables customers to send money to friends and family to and from the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and Europe from Facebook ...
There’s been a southward shift in tropical cyclones in the region, and in particular the location of their landfall
'With hundreds of thousands of nebulae, each containing thousands of millions of suns, the odds are enormous that there must be immense numbers which possess ...
Clinical trials for genome editing of the human germline could be permitted
'Damage to maize is likely to have the biggest impact on farmers in southern Africa because it’s the main staple food crop in the region'
'It's not about maximizing the productivity of the office space, it's about creating a symbolic center for this global company. They are creating an icon'
Saccorhytus, measuring about four-hundredths of an inch (1 millimeter), appears to be the most primitive member of the broad animal group called deuterostomes
The discovery, published in the journal Science on Thursday, provides the first confirmation of a theory proposed in 1935
Within hours, unofficial "resistance" or "rogue" Twitter accounts began sprouting up, emblazoned with the government logos of the agencies where they worked
Contenders now have until Dec. 31 for their spacecraft to be launched, said the foundation, which is running the Google Lunar XPrize
Living on our blue little planet seems safe until you are aware of what lurks in space
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