Demands are so far reaching it would appear to be hard for Doha to comply
DA stalwart Wilmot James, who is taking a year’s leave of absence, reflects on his time in the party and parliament, and on how the ANC has crushed new thought inside and outside the ruling ...
'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'
Hollywood, for all its sins, is faithfully tracking the disintegration of the American way of life, writes Yunus Momoniat
'It’s like finding what we thought was a single species of animal is really two different things'
'Both dating of the jaw bone and the dating of the stone artefacts gave us an age of 300,000 years'
A new set of fossils‚ found in Morocco‚ have pegged Home sapiens as being 100 000 years older than we previously believed
Tiziana Life Sciences wants to mine the data of 13,000 people in an area known for its high proportion of centenarians, for clues about ageing and a range of ...
"Made it to space. Team delighted," Rocket Lab said on its official Twitter account
'The continent’s researchers are working on challenges as varied as astrophysics, malaria, HIV/AIDS and agricultural productivity'
Scientists said the creature, known as Graecopithecus freybergi and known only from a lower jawbone and an isolated tooth, may be the oldest-known member of ...
Zuul belonged to a group of Cretaceous Period dinosaurs called ankylosaurs that were among the most heavily armored land animals ever
The Conversation Africa’s Science Editor Natasha Joseph asked Professor John Hawks, a member of the team, to explain the story behind these finds
'This is surprising. It was believed it would have been millions of years in age'
The X-37B, one of two in the Air Force fleet, conducted unspecified experiments for more than 700 days while in orbit
Scientists might be the worst possible defenders of science because they are comfortable with uncertainty and are willing to admit what they don't know
The technology could take about eight to 10 years to become usable by people with no disability, says Musk
Slow, outdated computers and intermittent internet connections demoralise workers, a survey has revealed
Expansion into new markets and products may require hardware unique to Apple’s needs that isn’t available from outside suppliers
A convergence of three trends -- ride sharing, autonomous driving and vehicle electrification -- will drive the shift
Cameras on the station tracked the debris shield bag as it sailed into the distance
'They are bigger than anything that has been recorded anywhere in the world'
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 ...
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