Stories of Note Bytes from the digital world Nkosinati Msimango, sought by the police for "critical information required to resolve the crime and the recovery of the stolen IT [information technology] equipment" from Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s offices, has a history of mysteriously getting acquitted for armed robbery. The ANC’s unwanted Nelson Mandela Bay chairperson Andile Lungisa has found an ally in the party’s suspended Western Cape leader Marius Fransman. In My Opinion Matters of debate Helen Zille flings mud at Gareth van Onselen for saying Mmusi Maimane’s credibility as DA leader depends on the action he takes against her for her "colonial" tweets. Van Onselen, in turn, calls Zille the DA’s Jacob Zuma in his regular Friday Tweet of the Week column. In 1942, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov introduced three laws quoted from the "Handbook of Robotics, 56th Edition, 2058 AD" to save man from the machine. With the robot revolution on us faster than Asimov foresaw, Nobel e...

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